Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco
Corum has just launched two limited edition Golden Bridge watches that combine the iconic rectangular movement with 16 cables similar to suspension bridges. The brand's Golden Bridge series was first introduced in 1980, but it was not until 2016 that vertical movement and architectural themes were used in the circular case. The prototype of the linear construction movement first came out in 1977. This series has always used the watch as a "display case" for the movement, not just a container to be filled. Let's take a look at these new architectural watches.
The latest work, called Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco, is inspired by the world’s largest suspension bridges, including the Millau Viaduct in France, the Øresund Bridge connecting Denmark and Sweden, the 13.6 km-long Penang Bridge and the Akashi Strait Bridge in Malaysia. Japan.RICHARD MILLE Rafael Nadal replica
The 43 mm case of Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco is grade 5 titanium with black DLC treatment and polished bezel. There is no dial, because the narrow vertical movement just hangs in the center of the case, connecting at 12 o'clock and 6 o'clock. The baton-style hour and minute hands are located in the center of the movement, leaving plenty of empty space for peeking through the crystal. Four symmetrical series of brass cables (two on each side) work in conjunction with the movement to create the beauty of a suspension bridge (as if the movement itself is the road).
This is after the circular shape of the Golden Bridge replica watches for sale, the girder on both sides of the case is similar to the road deck structure of the Golden Gate Bridge. The inwardly inclined minute track has a simple application index every five minutes, with the brand name at 12 o'clock (two Corum key signs on both sides). There are sapphire crystal glass on the front and back, and sapphire straps on both sides of the case to maximize the observation of the movement and cables. The flat knurled crown is located at 6 o'clock and is embossed with the Corum logo. The case is water-resistant to 30 meters.
The protagonist of this show is the hand-wound rectangular CO113 movement. Its slim, vertical shape can provide a 360-degree panoramic view, placed in the case, like a work of art worthy of appreciation. It has 19 jewels, beats at a frequency of 28,800vph (4Hz), and has a power reserve of 40 hours. Functions are limited to central hours and minutes. The finishing is conservative, some patterns and brand names are hand-carved. The movement, cables and crown are all finished in gold or rhodium-plated. Both versions are equipped with a 22 mm (to 18 mm) black vulcanized rubber strap and grade 5 titanium tri-fold clasp. fake men watches