The Corum Yacht Watch Golden Bridge Rectangle case measures 29.5mm wide by 42.2mm tall and a mere 9.3mm thick. The detailed execution of this 18-karat gold Roman numeral structures and rivets that encircle the motion are extremely cool to look at it – it seems like something King Midas would approve of.The rhodium-plated, baton-shaped hands offer a wonderful comparison with the gold constructions, and to keep things simple, the motion only signifies the time with hours and minutes. There is a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective cure over the skeletonized dial along with a screw-in sapphire case-back that helps maintain the watch’s water-resistance of 30 meters. The crown itself is a distinctive signature and something I will appreciate for the sake of symmetry and equilibrium. On account of the movement’s orientation, it’s situated at 6 o’clock and features deep grooves for easy operation.The Corum Golden Bridge Rectangle is a wristwatch which will be catering to a very specific pair of watch fans, to say the least. An art-deco, gold watch with a skeletonized dial that still feels as strong as, well, a bridge combines together a genuine masculine view of luxury with a refinement that’s abundantly and clearly created clear.The Corum Golden Bridge Rectangle watch comes on a brown alligator leather strap with an 18k rose gold triple-folding clasp. While there are surely a great deal of options in the way of timepieces in its price range, the Corum Golden Bridge Rectangle watch provides something unique with its open dial and linear movement screen. In a way, it shows the brand’s commitment to continuing the Golden Bridge heritage while exercising restraint that’s both tasteful and innovative. And today, it is one of the more important collections, so much so that they decided to make a unique piece using the iconic Bubble design. This is actually the Corum Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon watch, including not only a tourbillon but a menacing skull for a dial.
Corum introduces three new models for Halloween: the Bubble Pirate, produced in 188 pieces, the Bubble Voodoo in only 38 models, and the Bubble Skull conducted in 88 pieces.