zelin0802 / September 27, 2022

Bridging the gap: Corum watch gold bridge circle

Following last year’s relaunch of the Bubble collection and further expansion of the collection this year, Corum is also introducing another reinterpretation of the familiar model, the Golden Bridge. First launched in 1980, the Golden Bridge has become an iconic timepiece due to its small, rectangular movement. It comes in many variants, but in 2016 Corum first introduced it to a round case. This is the Corum watch golden bridge round.

The Corum Golden Bridge is arguably the precursor to the current full sapphire case – you will. Industry legend Vincent Calabrese envisioned a case that would not be the coffin of the movement. Instead, he dreamed of having a case that served as a showcase for the mechanical engine that powered the watch. The first prototype of his linear built-in movement appeared in 1977. It is only fixed to the case at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock, so it is almost suspended in the air. Vincent was introduced to Mr. René Bannward, the founder of Corum, through a mutual friend, the director of the International Watchmaking Museum in La Chaux-de-Fonds. Mr. Bannward was so convinced of the possibilities of this new revolutionary movement that the first Kunlun Golden Bridge watch was introduced to the public in 1980. If you ask me, it took some courage to launch such an unusual watch in the midst of the Quartz Crisis, but it has simply become an iconic watch, not only in the Corum collection, but throughout watchmaking history.

Over the years, we’ve seen several iterations of this concept, with very classic gold or platinum tonneau cases, and very modern titanium versions with horizontally suspended movements. This new Corum watch Gold Bridal Circle is inspired by the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The suspension bridge spanned the Golden Gate Bridge connecting the Pacific Ocean to the San Francisco Bay Area and was commissioned in 1937. This engineering marvel of its time was probably the most iconic and photographed bridge in the world. This is mainly due to the bridge’s massive size, idyllic location and unique red paint used to cover the bridge and protect it from the elements. If you look at the construction of its road deck, you can clearly see the inspiration for the construction of girders like the Corum Golden Bridge Round. If you think about it, the name is almost doomed: Golden Gate and Golden Bridge. 1 plus 1 almost equals 2 stories, right?

The Corum Golden Bridge Round features not only a gold case, but also a movement partly made of 18ct gold. The main plates and bridges of the hand-wound rectangular C0113 movement are made of gold, as are the beams that adorn the movement. The design of the movement leaves little room for extra decoration, but the main plate and bridges feature some classic hand-engraving. The girders are brushed but not trimmed and have no polished interior corners, but somehow it doesn’t fit the gold door inspiration. The bridges don’t have any decorative polish, why should the girder of the watch do that? Around the movement and the girder, there is a beveled ring with simple applied hour markers, the brand name at 12 o’clock, and the Corum-key logo on either side.

The 43mm wide case is very comfortable to wear, although it is a little oversized and not a true classic. It’s pretty slim though, at less than 9mm thick, making it perfect for business attire. It features a sapphire crystal on the front and back and a sapphire case for maximum viewing of the C0113 movement and girder. The lugs on the 6 o’clock side of the case are slightly elongated to make room for the crown to be manipulated. The Corum Golden Bridge Round buy replicas watch is worn on a soft brown alligator leather strap with a delicate butterfly folding clasp with the Corum logo.

SOME SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CORUM GOLDEN BRIDGE ROUND:

Case:43mm x 8.8mm, 5N 18K rose gold, sapphire front, back and caseband, water resistance 30 meters, crown at 6 o’clock.

Movement: Calibre C0113, hand-wound, 28,800 vph 40 hours power reserve, hour and minutes

Strap/Bracelet: brown crocodile leather, butterfly folding buckle with Corum logo in 5N 18k rose gold

reference B113/03010

zelin0802 / May 27, 2022

New: Corum Admiral 42 Automatic “Grenadier Fendu”

Corum refreshes the iconic Admiral collection with the new Admiral Automatic “Grenadier Fendu”, launching 6 new models in steel, steel and gold, with a choice of two dial colors.

Admiral is one of the recognized symbols of Corum. Originally released as part of the America’s Cup collection, when Corum didn’t continue its partnership with the America’s Cup, the collection had to be reimagined and brought about the collection, renamed Admiral from 2017. The 12-face case remains, and the penchant for exploring new materials continues under new names. E.g. The Corum Admiral AC-One 45 features a wooden dial and bronze case, the 2016 Corum Admiral’s Cup Legend 47 Worldtimer features the iconic nautical flag pattern, sapphire skeleton dial and the old model name Admiral’s Cup.

The basis of the new “Grenadier Fendu” is the Admiral 42 Automatic, bronze edition. But the 6 new models have steel cases, steel bezels or gold bezels. There are two dials to choose from – dark blue or black. The dial is made of a huge piece of bronze, a very unusual dial material, with a special pattern created by replica Corum, known as “Grenadier Fendu”. Choose from an alligator leather strap or a stainless steel bracelet.

As one of Corum’s most iconic collections, Admiral adheres to the spirit of modern design, inspired by a long history of sailing. This collection is beloved by collectors, especially those eager to indulge in an active and elegant lifestyle. Now, the master craftsmen of Corum have launched six coveted Admiral 42 self-winding watches with unique dial patterns.

Three years after the inaugural America’s Cup in 1957 (celebrating the 1851 America’s Cup, today the oldest international sailing competition), Corum has released its first Admiral watch. The brand partnered with the event organization as a sponsor to create the first square Admiral watch, which debuted in 1960.

Twenty years later, in 1980, the Admiral collection was completely redesigned. Now with its 12-sided (dodecagon) case shape and colorful sailing pennants, it quickly gained a cult following and elevated the collection to the legendary status it enjoys today. In the decades since, the Admiral has been greatly appreciated as new and more visionary evolutions (always inspired by ocean racing and sailing) laid the groundwork for this seamaster timepiece focus on. replica watches swiss

Today, as Corum responds to the call of contemporary casual navigators and marine enthusiasts, it brings a new version ready to sail. Each of the six versions boasts a dial with a 3D Grenadier fendu pattern, designed entirely in-house by the Corum team at La Chaux-de-Fonds in 2019, and is an exclusive and exclusive product of the brand. To date, this dial pattern has only been used on the 38mm and 45mm Admiral Automatic watches, so this marks a first for the Admiral 42 Automatic.

Essentially, the six new versions boast two dial colors: a rich Mediterranean blue and a striking midnight black. Three models are available in each dial color: stainless steel case and bracelet; stainless steel case with color-coordinated alligator strap; stainless steel case with 18-karat 5N rose gold bezel and crown, color-coordinated alligator Strap with triple folding clasp.

The dial of each watch showcases a bezel flange, the famous nautical pennant transferred in outline format and minute scale, applied hour markers and white Super-LumiNova coated Dauphine skeleton hands, 3:00 date through aperture and auxiliary small 6:00 seconds to dial.

The sapphire crystal of each watch is treated with an anti-reflective coating, and the caseback is also treated with an anti-reflective coating to allow viewing of the movement. Each replica watches review is powered by the automatic CO 395 movement, beating at 4 Hz and offering a 42-hour power reserve. Thanks to the screw-in case back, the Admiral 42 Automatic is water-resistant to 100 meters. They are perfect for today’s lifestyle.

zelin0802 / May 11, 2022

2021 Corum Golden Bridge Automatic Watch

Corum replica is a Chinese-owned watch brand founded in Switzerland in 1955, known for its collections such as Coin, Admiral and Bubble.

Yet another collection, called the Golden Bridge, is the most complicated in the company’s archives and features the world’s first in-line baguette movement. The collection was first launched in 1980 and relaunched in 2011 with an automatic movement.

Now, for 2021, Corum has unveiled a new four-piece collection that pays homage to its predecessors and does so in updated form. Tonneau-shaped case in 37.2mm x 51.8mm (13.7mm thick) grade 5 titanium and black DLC treatment – the latest gold bridge is surrounded by sapphire glass so it can be viewed from all angles. fashion replica watches

“The original, almost rebellious inline movement was first created in the 1970s by Vincent Calabrese. As a self-taught Italian watchmaker, Calabrese began to work on bringing the incredible The movement was displayed as an integral part of the overall design of the watch. He presented his patented concept, a 45 highly skeletonized in-line movement at the 1977 International Exhibition of Inventors in Geneva, and Corum’s astute management immediately Patented and a revolutionary movement developed in collaboration with Calabrese,” according to Corum.

Corum has used the original intellectual property of 2011 for the automatic oblong movement, recreating the Golden Bridge Automatic in a larger and modern size for today’s consumers. Interestingly, the main plates and bridges of all four variants of the new series are made of 18K gold. The linear oscillating weight is made of platinum. The CO313 movement consists of 194 parts and has a power reserve of 40 hours.