Are Corum watches Good Quality Watches?

Corum replica watch is respected by watch collectors and aficionados. The luxury brand is known all over the world for its high-quality watches and limited-edition releases, with the $20 Liberty Eagle Coin watch being one of the most popular and sought-after models.

In 2013, the company was bought by Hong Kong-based Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group, which also runs two of the biggest watch brands in China (Rossini and Ebohr).

In a 2016 interview with Corum’s Davide Traxler, the former CEO said that Corum was growing in Asia, in countries like Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia.
Corum is a well-regarded watchmaker known for its unique watch designs with impressive technical features. The company combines “creativity and boldness” as two of its guiding principles in watchmaking.

Corum replica watch is a regular topic on forums such as this one, with many agreeing that one of the brand’s best releases is the Golden Bridge, which has a stunning design. There are mixed reviews of the more modern and daring models like the Bubble collection.
Since 1955, the company has been making watches at La Chaux de Fonds in Switzerland.
All Corum watches replica undergo rigorous quality control according to Swiss watchmaking standards. The Corum website recommends that a Corum watch undergoes an overhaul every three to five years and that the water-resistance be checked by an official dealer or Corum service center.

The warranty for a replica Corum watch is two years from the date of purchase. This covers manufacturing defect—repair is valid if the watch was bought from an official dealer. Wear and tear and damage due to carelessness are not included in the warranty terms.

To claim the warranty, Corum customers need to presented to an authorized service center with a warranty card with a date, stamp, and signature of the dealer (these are available on the website).