Acknowledged both for the aesthetic appeal of its models and for its technical excellence, Corum is proud to contribute to perpetuating the time-honored values and expertise of Fine Watchmaking. Since 1955, Corum has adopted creativity and boldness as its guiding principles. It is pursuing the path traced by the founders, more loyal than ever to the iconic collections, while enriching them with a powerful modern touch bearing the hallmark of innovation and technical breakthroughs. The continuity and the longevity of its collections are not mere words at Corum: the Admiral has been sailing the oceans for 50 years, while the Bridges collection has been making its mark on watchmaking history for over 30 years. History is definitely in the making at Corum.
La Chaux-de-Fonds is a Swiss town located in the Jura mountains a few kilometers from the French border. Founded in 1656, it owes its growth and renown to watchmaking. The architect, Le Corbusier, writer Blaise Cendrars and automobile maker Louis Chevrolet were born here. It is a renowned centre of Art Nouveau and since 2009 has been classified a UNESCO World Heritage site for its typical urban landscape of the watchmaking industry. Today, it remains a very significant watchmaking center and is home to some of the most famous watchmaking manufacturers. In 1955, the year it was founded, the House of Corum was established at La Chaux-de-Fonds.
Polished stainless steel case (38 mm in diameter, 9 mm thick), Sapphire crystal screw-in case-back
Silver brushed dial with Corum logo at the 12 o’clock position, Silver-tone luminescent hands, Applied silver-tone indices
Small seconds sub-dial displayed at the 6 o’clock position, Scratch resistant sapphire crystal
Swiss manual wind mechanical movement, ETA caliber 7001, 21.600 vibrations per hour; 3 Hz., 17 jewels, Power reserve of 44 hours
Water resistant to 3 ATM/30 meters/99 feet, Black alligator leather strap with black stitching, Pin buckle, Fits up to an 8.5 inch wrist