Corum – Golden Bridge Automatic Titanium
The most recent translation of the Corum Golden Bridge is the Golden Bridge Automatic Titanium which combines the famous loaf development – here in a breathtaking programmed rendition with a straight wavering weight – to a titanium case with dark DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) treatment.
The tonneau-molded case (37.20 mm x 51.80 mm) well features, with its dull tone, the red gold development while the metalized sapphire dial plays with straightforwardness. Indeed, the dial is transparent when the watch isn’t worn but it turns dark on the wrist thanks a particular striated metalized enhancement on the sapphire gem case back.
The gold hour-markers applied on the sapphire dial highlight the profundity impact. The hands are open worked all together not to deter the perspective on the wonderful development.
Outfitted with a platinum direct wavering load alongside a slipping spring component, the CO313 type beats at a recurrence of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations each hour) and highlights a variable-dormancy equilibrium to ensure long haul high accuracy.
A scaled down barrel, offering 40 long periods of force hold, was designed to blend with the vertical engineering of the 194-section development, whose red gold mainplate and extensions are embellished with a finely hand-created vertical guilloché.
Presented at BaselWorld 2014, the new Corum Golden Bridge Automatic Titanium comes on a dark crocodile lash fitted with a titanium pin clasp bearing the Corum key, and is water-impervious to 30 metres.