Corum Golden Bridge Automatic

Corum Golden Bridge Ceramic Replica Watch 113.161.15/0001 0000R Black Ceramic - Alligator Strap

The luxury watch manufacturer Corum is Rene Brannwart Braindhild, and he is a savvy business student in Geneva, then joined Ji’an Berme and Omega ranks, where he created the first creative department and unveiled still Cherish the treasure of the brand. Prior to his branch, Brandvall spent decades and hinds his skills in Patekafelibia and Omega, and created his brand with his uncle. With years of experience, he got a senior watch manufacturer and engineer with his background, and he looked up with his uncle and created a brand called Golan.

Brandwalt is related to the term “legal person”, which means holding discussion and necessary minimum number, and make effective decisions, and decides to name his brand after the expression, but it is more simple to spell . A key to their brand symbolism represents the mystery of many mystery in innovation and life. The brother brand was launched in 1955, and their first watch was released in recent years and inspired many people’s interests with their creativity and unique design, such as Hard tube, Chinese hat and feathers.

It is early, Corum cheap creates the public through the aim of incorporating a watch, some of these most excellent and unique watches. These days, Corum is still designing excellent watches, while still in line with their excellent crafts, cases in point, updated version of brand iconic gold bridge watches, gold bridge automatic.

Corum Golden Bridge fake is automatically a grand hour, 51.8 Take 37.2mm 18 Karat red or white gold box with black crocodile belt. The Jinqiao watches have 194, 40-hour power reserves, 26 jewels, 28,800 vibrations per hour, water to 99 feet.

The watch is completely transparent to the gold bridge in the center of the watch. The original gold bridge watches released in 1980 have the same “floating” rectangular gem, but manually winding the device. The automatic Jinqiao watches have a slightly large tonnage box, making the gold bridge more obvious, and the highlights of the watch. Corum has not yet been paying attention to details, even if the back of the housing contains some anti-glare coating crystals, it can be found in front to more visible motion.

Corum Golden Bridge Round Watch hands-on

Replica Corum GOLDEN BRIDGE STREAM BAGUETTE watch REF: B313/03498 – 313.101.69/0F01 SB69G Review

Item Type: Replica GOLDEN BRIDGE STREAM BAGUETTE Watches
Model Number: B313/03498 – 313.101.69/0F01 SB69G
Case Material: white gold,diamond
Movement: Automatic
Dial Diameter:31.00 x 42.20 mm
Brand Name: Corum
Gender: men
Water Resistance Depth: 30 m
Thickness: 14.70 mm
Dial: Skeletonized
Glass: Sapphire
Boxes: common box package without paper
Band Material Type: Alligator strap
Functions: Hours,Minutes

Corum Golden Bridge Round Watch hands-on

Like many modern watchmakers, Corum replica has had an interesting time in the past few years. Through the ups and downs, brands around 2016 are rediscovering themselves and recalling some of the personalities that make modern brands interesting. In terms of how people wear modern timepieces, the ancient Corum (e.g. 10 to 15 years ago) is a true innovator in style and fashion. For example, Bubble (which also came back this year) is a real testament to how high-end watches are really interesting. Golden Bridge easily becomes one of Kunlun’s most unique movement and watch concepts, but despite its very interesting visual effects, it has been difficult to attract Western men.

For 2016, Corum may find a new bright spot in the Golden Bridge series of the new Corum Golden Bridge Round. This is the first time Corum has designed a round case for its linear movement, and the result is very interesting. The Golden Bridge movement (here caliber CO 113) is an interesting mechanical mechanism designed to stack all parts into a cylindrical shape (Corum calls it the “Baguette” movement). The bridge that connects all the movement parts together is 18k rose gold, in this case, it is decorated with some exquisite traditional look hand-carved. Despite the compact size of the movement, it still runs at 4Hz and has a power reserve of 40 hours-not bad at all. The CO 113 movement only expresses time in hours and minutes.

For the Golden Bridge round, Corum placed the movement vertically in a round case, leaving some space on the side of the movement for decoration or other purposes. Corum hopes to get some architecture here, so the bridge frame (literally) on the side of the movement uses a hollow case based on the design of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. So yes, the Golden Bridge watch took inspiration from another Golden Bridge… I think it’s very interesting. In fact, the Golden Gate Bridge is red, but when the light is properly illuminated, the bridge seems to glow golden. What I want to point out is that after living near the Golden Gate Bridge, the sun does not shine on it very often (through clouds and fog).

Last time, when Corum tried to make a more masculine Golden Bridge, it was matched with the Ti-Bridge series. Corum Ti-Bridge puts the movement on its side in a horizontal position and turns it into a modern sports style watch. The price is expensive and there is no clear expected demographics. I believe that Ti-Bridge will become a favorite of collectors in the future, but during the release period, due to the appreciation of the concept and competitors’ low prices and good quality, it is difficult to find buyers.

In the Corum Golden Bridge round, I thought Corum was a bit like a towel, and he admitted, “Yes, a round case may be needed” to make Golden Bridge be used as a men’s watch. I learned that in some parts of the world, tonneau-shaped Golden Bridge watches are sold to men, but in many ways, so far, the series is a more feminine design of Western standards. Having said that, the Golden Bridge Round of Corum can capture the exquisite essence of the Golden Bridge concept, but it is full of a strong sense of art. I think it has finally become masculine enough and has a wider appeal.

The Corum Golden Bridge Round watch is made of 18k rose gold (and an 18k white gold model with diamonds). It is 43 mm wide and only 8.8 mm thick. It is sandwiched by two AR-coated sapphire crystals. In addition, the side of the case is inlaid with curved sapphire crystals, so that the other side of the “movement” is unobstructed, decorating the inside of the case on both sides of the movement. The bottom of the case is the crown of the movement, which is a good symmetrical position. There is no crown on the side of the Corum Golden Bridge Round case. Fake Luxury Quartz Watches

The hands and flange rings of the watch are made of golden yellow brass, which contrasts sharply with the dial. There are full hour marks on the flange ring, but according to my standards, this watch is not very clear-although it is not bad for a modified watch. The smooth reddish brown alligator leather strap is connected to the Corum golden bridge round case, which can be used with the two golds on the case and dial. If your shoes are the right color, then this strap may look like a killer.

There is no doubt that the width of this watch is 43 mm, it is a bold watch, but because of its thinness and exquisite functions, the result is more artistic than the lively crown. Is this the new golden age of Jinqiao? I don’t know this, but for those who like sports concepts but haven’t equipped their wrists with a properly designed “Golden Bridge” watch, Corum undoubtedly puts forward a convincing new argument.

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Corum commends the 40th anniversary of Golden Bridge

As a true symbol of modern watchmaking, Corum’s Golden Bridge celebrated its 40th anniversary this year. The brand behind this completely original work released two limited edition models to commemorate this milestone (Golden Bridge HERE Brief history).

Corum Golden Bridge in the 1980s

The mechanical structure and characteristic design of Golden Bridge are recognized by its unique French bread-shaped movement (all parts are arranged in a linear manner), and it is still as different as it was decades ago. These two new commemorative models prove this: the first is a limited edition of three in white gold, and the second is a limited edition of 40 in rose gold.

The 18K Platinum Golden Bridge Rectangle 40th Anniversary commemorative event is capped at three units in recognition of the three co-founders of Corum. The mouse’s case and lugs are engraved with floral patterns, and the mouse and fern patterns are a tribute to the Sapin style (“pine style”) art decoration that originated from La Chaux-de-Fonds and were designed by the Swiss to Art Noveau An acceptance.

On the other hand, on the 40th anniversary of the Golden Bridge Rectangle made of 18K rose gold, the sapphire caseback is marked with the main logo of Corum and the limited edition number is engraved at three o’clock. Both watches use the manual-winding CO113 movement and have a 40-hour power reserve.

“We were inspired by the Art Deco period, which formed the basis of the first works designed by Mr. Bennwater (Corum’s first CEO). The “Corum Key” on the rose gold sapphire caseback The logo and hand-engraving on the entire white gold case commemorate the anniversary of Replica Corum and the Golden Bridge and pay tribute to history. “This is an important achievement of La Chaux-de-Fonds hand-made watch industry. “Corum’s marketing and sales director Boon Chong Soon said.

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).

Corum Watch Brand Review

Corum replica watch is a Swiss watchmaker that has been around since 1955. This brand is known for its innovative watches—bold, elegant designs that continue to be popular today.

If you’d like to know more about this luxury brand, read on. This article will let you in on some of the most important things to know about Corum like its history, collections, and reputation. We’ll also give information on where you can purchase Corum watches.
The company was founded in La Chaux de Fonds, a town in the Swiss Jura mountains discovered in 1656, which became a popular location for the watchmaking industry (and later became a UNESCO World Heritage Site).

Since 1955, the House of Corum has been located in La Chaux de Fonds. The company is currently owned by Eterna and Hong Kong-based Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Limited.

One of the first watches produced by the brand is the “Chinese Hat” which has a pyramid-shaped bezel that evoked the same shape as the hats worn in China at the time.

Another is the Admiral (which first came out in 1960), a square watch with an engraving of a sailboat at the back. There’s also the Coin watch, released four years later, which is equipped with an ultra-thin movement set in a gold coin.

Replica Corum watch has four collections: The corum Admiral, corum Golden Bridge, corum Bubble, and corum Heritage. We’ll take a close look at each of these below, and talk about some of the brand’s most popular models.
As mentioned above, the first Corum Admiral watch was introduced in 1960. This watch easily became one of the brand’s most popular models, and according to the Corum website, paving the way for the company’s success.

One of the things that inspired the collection is sailing. The corum Admiral’s Cup race took place is 1957, and the first watch was introduced in 1960. The current collection has a wide array of models, all of which have a similar look (it no longer has the square shape that was first released). Today’s Admiral collection has a dodecagonal (12-sided) case, with different shapes, materials, and movements).

One popular model is the automatic Admiral AC-One 45 Tides, a 45mm watch with a titanium grade 5 case, with a double anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The first Admiral Tides was released in 1993 and was powered by the exclusive Corum movement CO277, with up to 42 hours of power reserve. This watch also has the same movement, as well as information on the lunar cycle, and times and strength of the tides. The dial is brass, with features like a white superluminova dauphine hour and minute hands and seconds baton hands with a Corum key design.

The collection also has smaller models, such as the 38mm Admiral Legend 38, which has a CO 082 automatic movement and stainless steel, 5N 18kt rose gold case. This also has a version with diamonds on the case with a white alligator strap.
This is arguably one of Corum’s most unique watch collections. The Golden Bridge Collection is composed of watches with four sapphire sides that show an intricate linear movement. This avant-garde watch has the movement placed on the center of the transparent case—”a perfect miniature version of the signature Californian landmark,” according to Corum.

The Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 (as in 43mm), this watch has a CO 113 hand-wound movement, which the wearer would be able to get a 60° view because of the open case. This watch has models with an 18k rose gold case, with or without diamonds.

There are also rectangular versions, like the Corum Golden Bridge Rectangle (29.50 x 42.20 mm), with a white gold case, an alligator bracelet. This design has been used by Corum since the 1980s. There’s also a rose gold version.

The recent models were refined by designer Dino Modolo, a watch powered by the CO 112 hand-wound movement and is the only watch in the market with an in-line baguette movement, which has parts stacked in a column shape. This line also has tourbillon watches (a tonneau-shaped Corum Golden Bridge Tourbillon Panoramique), which has a Featuring 360° visibility, appearing as if it’s weightless at the center of the watch.

For those who are looking for a smaller size, there’s the Miss Golden Bridge, a more feminine model with a 21.30mm x 43.99mm case made with 5N 18kt rose gold. This one’s available with both a rose gold and leather bracelet and has versions with diamonds on the case.
The company refers to the Bubble Collection as “Corum’s fun timepieces.” A Corum Bubble watch, which is is oversized with a large crystal, was introduced in 2000 and was available for around five years. It made a comeback in 2015 after the company continued to receive inquiries even after a decade of not having any new releases.

This collection shows that Corum can produce playful designs, retaining accurate movements. One of the watches from this like includes the Bubble 47 Central Tourbillon, a 47mm watch with a domed titanium case and a brass dial, with a vulcanized rubber bracelet. This model runs on the CO 406 Automatic movement with up to 65 hours of power reserve.

The Bubble is also the collection that the brand is able to incorporate pop culture designs. The Big Bubble Magical Elisabetta Fantone, for instance, is a 52mm piece with a Salvador Dali design on the dial and a vulcanized rubber bracelet. There are also a number of models with a skull design, like the Big Bubble Magical 3D Skull, a 52mm watch with a titanium grade 5 with a black PVD treatment case, and a vulcanized rubber bracelet. This watch does not have hour/minute/second hand markers—instead, the time is marked by red circles on the dial.

The collection also includes a collaboration with DJ and composer Matteo Ceccarini. The Corum Big Bubble Magical 52 Anima is an automatic watch with a 52mm case and a vulcanized rubber bracelet. On the dial is an eye design (or this, and there are minimalist round markers on the outer layer of the watch. A similar model is the Corum Big Bubble Magical 52 Earth.
The Corum Heritage Collection is composed of watches that reflect the brand’s history and creativity.

This collection includes the famous Coin watch, which watch was released in 1964. The watch has a $20 Double dial and became popular with prominent figures (this article by Watchtime mentions that seven American presidents have reportedly owned a Coin watch). Powered by a CO 082 – Automatic with a 42-hour power reserve, this watch has a 43mm yellow gold case and a dial with the American Double Eagle gold coin. There is also the unique engraved model by artist Aleksey Saburov, who created “hobo coins,” which are coins that are reworked by carving with a new design. This watch, according to this article, was presented by Saburov and Corum in Baselworld 2018.

The Heritage Collection also includes the Heritage Eleganza line, which has a feminine style. According to Corum Ceo Jerome Biard, the idea behind Eleganza was “to create a model that was both precious and contemporary.” Fitted with the CO 254 Automatic movement, this is a 40mm watch with diamonds on the bezel and dial. There’s a total of six Eleganza models and colors to choose from.

One of the newer models from the Heritage collection is the Heritage Corum Lab 01 line of watches, which have an experimental style and aesthetic, unlike what the brand has done with its classic Coin and Golden Bridge collections. These watches have a barrel-shaped titanium case (39.89mm x 55 mm), a CO 410 Automatic movement, a sapphire crystal, and an open-worked dial.

Corum Admiral Legend 42 Watch replica

When it comes to Corum, most watch folks would probably call to mind the iconic Bubble line, or perhaps the Golden Bridge line. Those are certainly iconic in their own right, but they’re fairly “recent” additions to the catalog. If you want to go a bit further back, say, to the 1960s, then you’re talking about the Admiral collection. As you might expect, this line is particularly influenced by the water, ships, and sailing. While they come in a variety of sizes, and you have some options with complications, today, we’re keeping it simple with a look at the Corum Admiral Legend 42.
First, a quick note of clarification around the name. Throughout this article, we’ll be calling the watch the Corum Admiral Legend 42. Yet, a cursory glance at the dial shows that it’s called the Admiral’s Cup. So, what gives? In asking about it, it seems that the brand uses both names interchangeably, and they are the same watch. So, if you find the Admiral’s Cup, it’s not appreciably some different watch than the Corum Admiral Legend 42. Therefore, we’ve gone with the name that matches what you’ll find on Corum’s site.
As you might suspect by the name of the watch, the Corum Admiral Legend 42 comes in (wait for it) a tidy 42mm diameter. Though, to see that you’d have to have one greatly calibrated eye – the case itself takes the form of a dodecagon (twelve sided). Apart from being a way to distinguish this watch, visually and immediately, from others, it lays the groundwork for the dial itself. You see, that dial, that is really where the Corum Admiral Legend 42 really shines (well, sure the case shines, but that’s because it’s polished).
You see, with the dial the Corum Admiral Legend 42 brings the mizzenmast (that’s a yachting term, right?) to your wrist, in the form of signal flags that make up the indices. This is more than just a silly way to add some color and nautical flair to the watch. No, you see, those flags? They are actually conforming to the International Code of Signals (ICS) for indicating numbers using flags. This is pretty straightforward with the single digits, and then the double-digits just split the pennant in two to have the two digits indicated. While I may not be a boater myself, I like this, as it’s a clever way to integrate the theme, while giving people who really know their stuff something a bit more “hidden in plain sight” to grab on to.
Looking at the dial, something was putting my eye at unease, and I couldn’t place why, at least at first. Then I realized (quickly, thankfully) that not only was the center section (think of it as the wire the flags hang off of) not circular, it’s not even symmetrical (thanks to the date window). One presumes that this was done solely for the sub-seconds (which is more prominent here than on most watches). It also makes one pause to think about an enterprising customizer going with a Fiona Krüger-esque sugar skull there in the center. But I guess that’s more biker and car culture than it is for the marina set.
But I digress. While the number of patterns and colors on the dial of the Corum Admiral CUP Legend 42 could make for a particularly busy watch, it works. Realistically, aside from the white (which is what the dial is, primarily), you’ve only got four other colors – red, blue, yellow, and black. These are all in small doses, and allow the other aspects – the angles, the circular grooves, and the like, to shine through. There is a lot going on with the dial, but it never felt too busy, or presented a problem with telling the time (hey, even the hands are flags – sort of).
For a dial as legible and interesting as the one on the Corum Admiral Legend 42, it’s not going to be worth a barnacle if it isn’t accurate. I wasn’t about to put the the watch on a Timegrapher (left it in my other pants), but I had no issues with being on time throughout my day. The watch is driven by what Corum calls the CO395 movement, which starts off with a base ETA 2895, and puts some additional decoration and a custom rotor into the mix. Given the solid ETA base, one would presume that reliability, accuracy, and maintainability shouldn’t be a problem.
Fittingly, for a watch as water-themed as the Corum Admiral Legend 42 (and yet still managing to not be a dive watch), it comes on a rubber strap with folding clasp. With the rubber, you get a strap that’s snugging right into those angles on the case, which makes for a tight look. It also means, if you like swapping out watch straps, you’re going to be stuck with just the stock option, or possibly getting a NATO to work. Anything else, and that case gap will ruin you.
On the flip side of that water-based coin, it’s surprising that the Corum Admiral Legend 42 only carries a 50m water resistance rating. Now, I’m not expecting some depth-crushing 500m rating, or something like that. I would just hope that a watch, that would seem to be most at home on the deck of a boat, would carry at least a 100m rating, so as to better keep things safe should you take a dive into the blue.
Then again, perhaps the Corum Admiral Legend 42 is aimed more at those who captain a desk, like myself, and want to be reminded more of the water’s call. In that case, yeah, the watch works great. In an office environment (or, say, out to a nice dinner) the mostly-white dial paired with the high polish of the case makes for a nice, dressy piece. Find yourself in a funkier setting? Well, the random (to the untrained eye) patterns at the indices liven things up. And yeah, even though I griped about the water resistance rating, it certainly is enough to cover you in your day to day (just don’t get crazy in the water with it).
As I mentioned in the outset, the Corum Admiral Legend 42 was my first experience with the brand, and I’m glad I went in a different direction than what might be more commonly expected. Sure, the boating theme is not something I would particularly seek out myself, but I appreciated the ICS flags being used, and found them to be visually intriguing as well. Should you want to bring your own Corum Admiral Legend 42 Watch replica along on your next trip to the marina, head on over to your AD with $220, and this shall be yours.

Corum Admiral 42 Automatic Bronze

It is hard to imagine, but Corum’s Admiral’s Cup collection is celebrating its sixtieth anniversary this year.Corum Admiral 42 Automatic Bronze

To me, the nautical-inspired Admiral’s Cup watches highlight Corum’s unique way of looking at things. When I first became active in the watch world in the mid-1990s, I remember being especially impressed by the Admiral’s Cup featuring a tide indicator. It was a fairly serious complication, yet at the same time also a playfully colorful creation with nautical flags indicating the hours.

While you might dislike this with most watches, on a Corum such an element was a must. It was, and is, what makes this brand so much fun, providing it with a unique position in the industry.

Corum Admiral’s Cup: evolving with the times
Over the years, Corum’s Admiral’s Cup collection has evolved with the times – and in 2020 it adapts to the zeitgeist once again. After the case sizes growing to larger diameters over recent years, they have come down once more to 42 mm, and “Admiral’s Cup” has now been shortened to simply “Admiral.”

This is good news because, as the Admiral’s Cup grew in size, changes to its design made its case much more expressive in a certain way. Now down to 42 mm, and even smaller if you desire, it has kept its charismatic looks while being more wearable for a lot more people.
While I would strap on a stainless steel or steel/gold version in a heartbeat, I was mesmerized when I saw the press release announcing that it would now also be available in bronze.

Just changing the case material would have been a faux pas that Corum has fortunately avoided. While the designers have kept essential elements the same, they have removed all the different hues usually seen in the flags in favor of just one dominant color: a choice of green or blue.

This was a good decision because as the watch ages and the bronze takes on its unique patina, it could over time result in a more and more displeasing contrast with the colorful nautical hours. These two unicolored dials will complement the changes that the case invariably goes through just right.
Corum designed these watches with a keen eye for detail as the hour markers still represent nautical flags, yet the famous motifs are now engraved as 5N red gold pennants. The brand even matched the color of the Super-LumiNova in the hands to that of the dial.

The date window’s background is not color-matched, though, with Corum opting for black there. On the pictures – which is unfortunately all we have right now – it looks like it works. But it is a detail that I would like to further examine in person once that is possible.
One critique I have is that the Admiral 42 Automatic Bronze offers a water resistance of just 50 meters. For a nautical-inspired watch one could expect more – particularly since the gold-encased Admiral’s Cup Tide was water-resistant to 60 meters in the 1990s!

Corum Admiral 42 Automatic Bronze replica: moving forward
The Admiral 42 Automatic Bronze is powered by Corum Caliber CO 395, which is based on ETA Caliber 2895. There was a time when I was snobby enough to turn my nose up at this, expecting something a little more exotic.

Today I first always ask myself the question, “what makes this watch fun?” For me, it would be seeing the case get its patina, while at the same time enjoying it as a charismatic day-to-day watch.

For that purpose, this movement is rather practical with its date function and easy-to-read dial. To me, this watch is therefore not about its movement; the ETA is a caliber of tried-and-tested reliability.
I also like the new corum Admiral 42 Automatic Bronze because Corum presents us with bronze in a rawer form; previous bronze models in the Admiral’s line were given a factory patina, which was stunning, especially in the versions that combined it with a teak pontoon dial, but to me that also took away some of the magic.

By giving them a “pre-patina,” the designer takes control of the watches’ overall look, and that’s exactly what bronze is not about. It is more about seeing the hues of the case change as you go through life with it.

I consider these two new models spot on, at least based on their press releases. And I can honestly not wait until to see them in the metal soon.

Corum Watch Brand Review

Corum replica watch is a Swiss watchmaker that has been around since 1955. This brand is known for its innovative watches—bold, elegant designs that continue to be popular today.

If you’d like to know more about this luxury brand, read on. This article will let you in on some of the most important things to know about Corum like its history, collections, and reputation. We’ll also give information on where you can purchase Corum watches.
The company was founded in La Chaux de Fonds, a town in the Swiss Jura mountains discovered in 1656, which became a popular location for the watchmaking industry (and later became a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Since 1955, the House of Corum has been located in La Chaux de Fonds. The company is currently owned by Eterna and Hong Kong-based Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Limited.

One of the first watches produced by the brand is the “Chinese Hat” which has a pyramid-shaped bezel that evoked the same shape as the hats worn in China at the time.

Another is the Admiral (which first came out in 1960), a square watch with an engraving of a sailboat at the back. There’s also the Coin watch, released four years later, which is equipped with an ultra-thin movement set in a gold coin.
Replica Corum watch has four collections: The Admiral, Golden Bridge, Bubble, and Heritage. We’ll take a close look at each of these below, and talk about some of the brand’s most popular models.
As mentioned above, the first Corum Admiral watch was introduced in 1960. This watch easily became one of the brand’s most popular models, and according to the Corum website, paving the way for the company’s success.

One of the things that inspired the collection is sailing. The Admiral’s Cup race took place is 1957, and the first watch was introduced in 1960. The current collection has a wide array of models, all of which have a similar look (it no longer has the square shape that was first released). Today’s Admiral collection has a dodecagonal (12-sided) case, with different shapes, materials, and movements).
One popular model is the automatic Admiral AC-One 45 Tides, a 45mm watch with a titanium grade 5 case, with a double anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The first Admiral Tides was released in 1993 and was powered by the exclusive Corum movement CO277, with up to 42 hours of power reserve. This watch also has the same movement, as well as information on the lunar cycle, and times and strength of the tides. The dial is brass, with features like a white superluminova dauphine hour and minute hands and seconds baton hands with a Corum key design.

The collection also has smaller models, such as the 38mm Admiral Legend 38, which has a CO 082 automatic movement and stainless steel, 5N 18kt rose gold case. This also has a version with diamonds on the case with a white alligator strap.
This is arguably one of Corum’s most unique watch collections. The Golden Bridge Collection is composed of watches with four sapphire sides that show an intricate linear movement. This avant-garde watch has the movement placed on the center of the transparent case—”a perfect miniature version of the signature Californian landmark,” according to Corum.

The Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 (as in 43mm), this watch has a CO 113 hand-wound movement, which the wearer would be able to get a 60° view because of the open case. This watch has models with an 18k rose gold case, with or without diamonds.

There are also rectangular versions, like the Corum Golden Bridge Rectangle (29.50 x 42.20 mm), with a white gold case, an alligator bracelet. This design has been used by Corum since the 1980s. There’s also a rose gold version.

The recent models were refined by designer Dino Modolo, a watch powered by the CO 112 hand-wound movement and is the only watch in the market with an in-line baguette movement, which has parts stacked in a column shape. This line also has tourbillon watches (a tonneau-shaped Corum Golden Bridge Tourbillon Panoramique), which has a Featuring 360° visibility, appearing as if it’s weightless at the center of the watch.

For those who are looking for a smaller size, there’s the Miss Golden Bridge, a more feminine model with a 21.30mm x 43.99mm case made with 5N 18kt rose gold. This one’s available with both a rose gold and leather bracelet and has versions with diamonds on the case.
The company refers to the Bubble Collection as “Corum’s fun timepieces.” A Corum Bubble watch, which is is oversized with a large crystal, was introduced in 2000 and was available for around five years. It made a comeback in 2015 after the company continued to receive inquiries even after a decade of not having any new releases.

This collection shows that Corum can produce playful designs, retaining accurate movements. One of the watches from this like includes the Bubble 47 Central Tourbillon, a 47mm watch with a domed titanium case and a brass dial, with a vulcanized rubber bracelet. This model runs on the CO 406 Automatic movement with up to 65 hours of power reserve.
The Bubble is also the collection that the brand is able to incorporate pop culture designs. The Big Bubble Magical Elisabetta Fantone, for instance, is a 52mm piece with a Salvador Dali design on the dial and a vulcanized rubber bracelet. There are also a number of models with a skull design, like the Big Bubble Magical 3D Skull, a 52mm watch with a titanium grade 5 with a black PVD treatment case, and a vulcanized rubber bracelet. This watch does not have hour/minute/second hand markers—instead, the time is marked by red circles on the dial.

The collection also includes a collaboration with DJ and composer Matteo Ceccarini. The Corum Big Bubble Magical 52 Anima is an automatic watch with a 52mm case and a vulcanized rubber bracelet. On the dial is an eye design (or this, and there are minimalist round markers on the outer layer of the watch. A similar model is the Corum Big Bubble Magical 52 Earth.
The Corum Heritage Collection is composed of watches that reflect the brand’s history and creativity.

This collection includes the famous Coin watch, which watch was released in 1964. The watch has a $20 Double dial and became popular with prominent figures (this article by Watchtime mentions that seven American presidents have reportedly owned a Coin watch). Powered by a CO 082 – Automatic with a 42-hour power reserve, this watch has a 43mm yellow gold case and a dial with the American Double Eagle gold coin. There is also the unique engraved model by artist Aleksey Saburov, who created “hobo coins,” which are coins that are reworked by carving with a new design. This watch, according to this article, was presented by Saburov and Corum in Baselworld 2018.

The Heritage Collection also includes the Heritage Eleganza line, which has a feminine style. According to Corum Ceo Jerome Biard, the idea behind Eleganza was “to create a model that was both precious and contemporary.” Fitted with the CO 254 Automatic movement, this is a 40mm watch with diamonds on the bezel and dial. There’s a total of six Eleganza models and colors to choose from.

One of the newer models from the Corum Heritage collection is the Heritage Corum Lab 01 line of watches, which have an experimental style and aesthetic, unlike what the brand has done with its classic Coin and Golden Bridge collections. These watches have a barrel-shaped titanium case (39.89mm x 55 mm), a CO 410 Automatic movement, a sapphire crystal, and an open-worked dial.
Corum 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 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.

Corum Admiral Cup Legend 42

Corum Admiral Cup Legend 42
Tribute to a legend

The new red gold or steel Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 interpreted in two-tone versions is adorned with the same metallic blue color that graced its first modern version in 1983. This tribute to the historical model will be issued in a strictly limited 400-piece limited edition.

When the Admiral’s Cup was first released in 1960, it immediately established itself as one of the first perfectly water-resistant shaped sports watches. 23 years later, when its design was reinterpreted through adopting its current identity codes – 12 nautical pennants from the maritime international code of signals serving as hour-markers, along with a twelve-sided case – it became a truly phenomenal success. In homage to this model that has come to symbolize the House, Corum now presents a limited series reflecting the vintage “gunmetal blue”: the Admiral’s Cup Legend 42.

The Admiral’s Cup collection is composed of several distinct worlds: the sturdy and sophisticated Seafender line designed for adventurers: the sporty yet distinguished Challenger line suitable for wear on all occasions; and finally, the Legend line introduced in 2011 and which flirts with the frontiers of classic elegance in a subtly refined and gentle manner. While the new variations feature a more modest size, more curving lugs and softer angles, they maintain the same unique identity codes of the Admiral’s Cup. All of which ensures that these new classics imbued with a casual spirit proclaim their sporting origins in a subtle yet effective manner.

Classic elegance

The case and the outer bracelet links are decked out in a metallic blue color achieved by a PVD Physical Vapor Deposition) treatment. This color that was all the rage in the 1980s also adorns the lugs, the crown guard and the dial. The latter exudes a aura of distinctive elegance with its vertical guilloché finish and its stylized nautical pennants appearing around the inner bezel ring, The bezel and the central links are made of 18K red gold or polished steel, thus endowing both two-tone versions with a beautifully balanced aesthetic appeal.

Beating to the rhythm of Caliber CO 395 – a mechanical self-winding movement – the Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 displays the hours, minutes and small seconds, along with a date window at 3 o’clock. It has a 42-hour power reserve and features an oscillating weight engraved with the Corum logo and visible through a transparent exhibition case-back. This exceptional model is issued in a 400-piece limited edition.
Corum Admiral Cup Legend 42 Chrono

When elegance shows its sporting side

What makes the Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 Chrono so exceptional’ An historical heritage, a pure design and, for the first time in this Legend line, a more classical aspiration expressed through a COSC-certified chronograph movement. This Legend chronograph reflects a number of the signature codes of the original Admiral’s Cup, united in an harmonious blend of sportiness and elegance.

Throughout the 20th century, the democratization of sport constantly generated new timepieces: from diver’s watches to pilot’s watches, the watch industry developed models that were ever more advanced in terms of both their functions and their technologies. Nonetheless, the Admiral’s Cup has always radiated a distinctive aura. Since its creation in 1960, it has been the ultimate Corum sports watch. For over half a century, it has thereby embodied the brand’s tribute to the maritime world and to sailors.

In 2011, the legendary collection witnessed the birth of the more classic Legend line in the form of an understated and elegant automatic watch that nonetheless retained the distinctive Admiral’s Cup features. This year, Corum is enriching this lien with the Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 Chrono, equipped with a COSC-certified chronograph movement, Caliber CO983. This movement driving the hour, minute, small seconds, date and chronograph functions beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and boasts a 42-hour power reserve.

A pure design

The new model remains loyal to the collection’s legendary twelve-sided bezel, but the latter features the softest lines in the entire Legend line, reflected in the slender, streamlined chronograph pushers. The elegant 42 mm case is fitted with a screw-in transparent sapphire caseback providing an admirable view of the mechanism within. Available in steel, two-tone steel/gold or 18-carat red gold versions, the watch comes in a range of 11 references. The classic and distinctly horological nature of these timepieces is revealed by the vertical guilloché motif on the steel and steel/gold models, and the barleycorn guilloché pattern on the 18K red gold models. The understated dial colors, particularly the shade of blue inspired by the original Admiral’s Cup model, beautifully match the flowing lines of the case. The three chronograph counters are harmoniously arranged and readable at a glance. 11 hour-markers enable accurate reading of the hours and minutes, while the figure 60 appears in the 12 o’clock position.

The Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 Chrono is available with a crocodile leather strap equipped with a pin buckle for the gold models and a folding clasp for the steel/gold and steel models. The steel and steel/gold models are also available on a matching metal bracelet.

Corum Admiral Cup Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber

Corum Admiral’s Cup Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber
Rubber like a second skin

Available in four colorful versions, the new Admiral’s Cup Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber comes adorned in vulcanized rubber with an inimitably velvet-soft touch. This elegant and sporting model is an ideal companion for summer adventures.

The perfect watch for hot, sunny days! Resolutely sporty and geared up for all manner of aquatic adventures, the new Admiral’s Cup Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber features a colorful vulcanized rubber case. This rugged yet flexible material earns its pedigree through a high-temperature, high-pressure injection procedure that modifies its structure to give it a matte look and a velvet-soft feel. Available in four colorful variations, this timepiece is equipped with an automatic chronograph movement chronometer-certified by the COSC.

Housed within a generous 44 mm-diameter case, the automatic CO 753 movement of the new Admiral’s Cup Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber powers the hours, minutes, small seconds, date and chronograph functions. It is endowed with a 48-hour power reserve and its finishing along with oscillating weight may be admired through an exhibition caseback.

The first version, a chocolate-tone 50-piece limited edition, harmoniously combines vulcanized rubber with the red gold of the crown, pushers and bezel. The oscillating weight, the hands, the applied CORUM logo on the dial as well as the hour-markers are all red gold-plated. The two other 70-piece variations in grey and green respectively feature a black dial, enlivened by hands and hour-markers coated with white Superluminova for the former and green for the latter. The crown and pushers are in black PVD-treated grade 5 titanium. Finally, the last version teaming an orange strap with a black bezel and dial will be available in a 120-piece limited series. The oscillating weight springs a surprise by reflecting the strap color for the orange and green versions, and appearing clad in black PVD for the grey model.

Water-resistant to 100 meters, the Admiral’s Cup Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber comes with a vulcanized rubber strap fitted with a red gold pin buckle for the chocolate-tone version and a triple folding clasp for the other versions.

The Corum Admiral Cup collection

The Corum Admiral’s Cup model by Corum was launched in 1960. For over 50 years, this immediately recognizable icon – with its twelve-sided bezel and its nautical pennants around the outer bezel ring – has constantly lived in step with its time, perpetually displaying an eternally youthful radiance. Emblematic not of an era bur rather of a history, the Admiral’s Cup collection encompasses three distinct worlds: the Legend line, combining an elegant design with classic functions; the sporty and distinguished Challenger line suited to all occasions; and finally, the sturdy and sophisticated Seafender clearly intended for adventurers.