Corum Golden Bridge Tourbillon Panoramic features a flying tourbillon
Based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, the Swiss watchmaker Corum is synonymous with its golden bridge watches like the Corum Classical Billionaire Tourbillion, the water-resistant Admiral’s Cup Grand Prix watch, and the Rolls-Royce Grill watch to name a few. The watchmaker has now launched an airy mechanical beauty, the Golden Bridge Tourbillon Panoramique timepiece. Featuring 360° visibility, the timepiece which is water-resistant to 30 meters boasts an advanced hand-wound Manufacture Corum Caliber CO100, which is an openworked translucent movement equipped with a ‘flying’ tourbillion that accentuates the weightless effect.
Floating in a revisited tonneau-shaped case, and enhanced by the flying tourbillion which is freed from an upper bridge, this Manufacture Corum Caliber CO100 movement boasts the mainplate and bridges which are in sapphire, forming a transparent hand-polished framework providing 360° vision.
Regarded as a masterpiece of horological mastery and an acknowledged style signature of the Corum brand and its Bridges collection, the baguette movement beating at 21,600 vibrations per hour and endowed with a 90-hour power reserve, comes equipped with a highly distinctive tourbillion.
The entire watch, adorned with a finely engraved Corum key, is impressively held to the sapphire mainplate by its base alone.
Issued in limited edition, the Corum Golden Bridge Tourbillon Panoramique timepiece is interpreted in 3 variations; 5 units with a baguette-set 18kt red gold case, 10 examples with an 18kt red gold case, and 5 watches with an 18kt red gold case set with round diamonds.
Notably, each of the versions will be delivered with two masterly hand-sewn crocodile leather straps in black and brown color, secured by an 18kt red gold triple folding clasp impressively engraved with watchmaker’s logo.