Swiss luxury watch brand Corum has teamed up with Dubail to launch a special edition Golden Bridge watch. This is the second collaboration between the two iconic brands and this timepiece is released in a limited edition.
In 2010, the family-owned Parisian retailer teamed up with Corum for a limited-edition Admiral’s Cup watch of 25 pieces, black with red accents. This rare timepiece forms the basis of the unique Dubail collection: very few pieces, engraved and numbered, with black and red accents. Since then, Dubail has become the main partner of Corum.
So when Corum luxury and Dubail wanted to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their first joint limited series, the Golden Bridge was naturally imposed. The model chosen is the golden bridge round 43mm. An atypical piece created in 1980, a perfect circle extending the brand’s famous baguette movement.
Its bridge and main plate are made of gold, engraved with the brand name, and the crown at 6 o’clock sets the time and winds a 40-hour power reserve. Four symmetrical series of cables are deployed on either side of this movement. For Dubail, they have the same black PVD special treatment as the black PVD titanium case.
These cables continue the architectural inspiration of the aptly named “Bridges” series. The show connects the “bridge” that keeps its gears in place with the “bridge” that crosses towns and rivers to connect people. luxury watches cheap
The bridge is a symbol of openness and one of the most complex structures ever built by mankind, a feat capable of defying centuries and elements. The building suspended in the air evokes the beauty of the largest bridge ever built by man. It also emphasizes the aerial character of the oblong movement: the Calibre CO113 and its 16 seatstays manage to combine the performance of a light and suspended movement with the strength and resistance of a wired construction.
For Dubail, Corum has equipped its Golden Bridge with an alligator leather strap instead of a rubber one. This engraved and numbered piece will only be available at Dubail Paris.