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Oct 12

Corum Chronograph 44 Centro Mono-pusher

       Although a relatively young member of the elitist world of the Haute Horology, created in the second half of the of the 20th century, Corum, managed, in only a half of century to built a well-grounded reputation, among the enthusiast watch-collectors worldwide, for creating outstanding timepieces, characterized by sublime functionality, modern aesthetics and remarkable timekeeping accuracy and reliability.

       Over the years, the brand never turned its eyes from a challenge, considering it, above all, an exciting journey and an immeasurable opportunity of self-improvement. That is how, among the watch-collectors worldwide the name Corum, started associated with watch-making mastery, uncompromising original design and top-class horological artisanship.

       For the brands’ 55th anniversary celebrated in 2010, Corum released a superb addition of its emblematic Admiral’s Cup Watch Line, the eye-catching, Corum Admiral’s Cup Chronograph 44 Centro Mono-pusher, a sporty sophisticated timepiece, which testifies about the brand’s expertise horological mastery.


       The model features the brand’s signature robust, 12-sided case, crafted from black PVD-coated titanium, which demonstrates a sporty brushed finish and which incorporates a titanium crown, personalized with the brand’s logo, and a vulcanized rubber bezel, and confers a good 100-meter water resistance.

       The sophisticated Corum Admiral’s Cup Chronograph 44 Centro Mono-pusher reveals a sporty black dial, nicely completed with faceted hands, fitted with black luminous inserts, same as the chevrons indices and the Arabic numerals located at 6, respectively 12 o’clock positions, while the chronograph hand features a red luminescent-coated tip. The watch demonstrates a high-end Cotes de Genève decoration, and displays the 12 nautical pennants, inscribed on the flange to indicate the hours. Moreover, the timepiece ensures small seconds at 12 o’clock position, a large date aperture, positioned at 3 o’clock, as well as a 60-minutes central chronograph hand.


       At the heart of the remarkable Corum Admiral’s Cup Chronograph 44 Centro Mono-pusher beats a top-quality, COSC chronometer-certified, self-winding chronograph movement, the CO961, Caliber, that incorporates 27 jewels and which oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 alternations per hour, providing thus the advantage of 48 hours power reserve.

       Belonging to a limited edition of 555 pieces, the sophisticated Corum Admiral’s Cup Chronograph 44 Centro Mono-pusher is secured to the wrist with a sporty black rubber strap, and it will probably be available for an approximate price tag around $8,000.00.

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