Corum - Admiral Cup One skeleton
Corum - Admiral Cup One skeleton

Admiral Cup One skeleton

Corum | 9'950 € Tax inc.

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Admiral Cup One skeleton

Acknowledged both for the aesthetic appeal of its models and for its technical excellence, Corum is proud to contribute to perpetuating the time-honored values and expertise of Fine Watchmaking.
Since 1955, Corum has adopted creativity and boldness as its guiding principles. It is pursuing the path traced by the founders, more loyal than ever to the iconic collections, while enriching them with a powerful modern touch bearing the hallmark of innovation and technical breakthroughs.
The continuity and the longevity of its collections are not mere words at Corum: the Admiral has been sailing the oceans for 50 years, while the Bridges collection has been making its mark on watchmaking history for over 30 years. History is definitely in the making at Corum.
This skeleton Admiral Cup One is the last creation of The brand

Technical specifications

REFERENCEA082/03211 - 082.402.04/0F62 WO01
- Caliber CO 082
- Winding system: Automatic
- Power reserve: 42 hours
- Frequency: 4 Hz, 28'800 vph
- Dimension: 11 1/2'''
- Rubies: 27
- Hour & Minute
- Date
- Skeletonized plate and bridges •
- Skeletonized rotor
- Material : Teak wood
- Distinctive features: Hourly nautical pennants transferred on the flange
- Dimension: 45 mm
- Thickness: 13.30 mm
- Case material: Titanium grade 5
- Crown material: Titanium grade 5
- Bezel material: Titanium grade 5
- Crystal : Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment
- Screwed in open back titanium grade 5 cover sapphire crystal with antireflective
- Water-resistance: 300 meters / 30 ATM
-  Dauphine
- Rhodium-coated
- Faceted
- White superluminova
- Black leather
- Interhorn/Buckle: 23/20 mm
- Stainless steel Triple folding clasp 

Who's who

Corum has a certain degree of unpredictability that many watch lovers find attractive. Present-day Corums are nothing like those that have gone before, and it’s impossible to predict what Corum’s effervescent CEO Antonio Calce has in mind for the years to come.
The brand is independent in many ways – something that has not escaped Laurent Picciotto’s attention. “Thirty years ago, Corum was the brand that produced timepieces featuring peacock feathers, Rolls Royce badges and dollar bills. That wasn’t necessarily to everybody’s taste – but it showed that it was a brand with an independent mindset and culture, unafraid to go its own way and unfazed by prevailing design codes.” One of the items developed by Corum was more of an entry-level timepiece, but one connoisseurs will still remember – the Bubble. This item made a watchmaking brand accessible for a number of watch lovers – but in doing so, torpedoed the prestige positioning Corum had established for itself. Over the next twenty years, Corum concentrated on recovering its credibility on the haute horlogerie market.
It was during this comeback that Chronopassion wagered on the brand’s success, notably when Corum offered such daring models as the Golden Bridge and the Ti-Bridge. “The Golden Bridge Lady was a model that went down really well with our female clientele,” recalls Laurent Picciotto. “The brand is now developing very fine complicated timepieces, including tourbillons and minute repeaters. We have high hopes of the brand for the future.” Corum has been in Chronopassion showcases since 2009 – and is not about to be ousted.
Journalist : Olivier Müller
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