For over 35 years, Corum’s Golden Bridge has intrigued watch fans with its tonneau-formed case, exhibiting the perplexing loaf development from all points. Without precedent for its set of experiences, this meaningful piece is divulged with a round case.
Coordinating forefront micromechanics and great engineering, its roll development was designed according to Francisco’s fantastic Golden Gate Bridge and its unmistakable grid design.
With a distance across of 43 mm and a complete thickness of 8.80 mm, the new Corum Golden Bridge Round is accessible in two models. The first is created in rose gold without jewels, and the second in white gold set with 84 precious stones, totalling 2.14 carats.
The round case, waterproof to 30 meters/100 feet, gives a 360 degree perspective on the watch through the straightforward window of the sapphire precious stone, exhibiting the dial and development, and from the sides flanked by a translucent ring.
The hand-wound assembling CO113 type is furnished with an offset with variable inactivity and a barrel with slipping spring. Beating at a recurrence of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations each hour) and offering a 40-hour power hold, it gives hour and moment capacities, shown by faceted metal hands and applied hour markers.
Completed by a lash in dark gator calfskin with a gold clasp, the new Golden Bridge Round in rose gold without precious stones (ref. B113/03010) has a cost of Euro 45,900/US$ 48,000. corum.ch