On the ocean, a compass that can indicate direction is very important; for sailors, in addition to direction, a watch that can withstand wind and waves and harsh environments is equally important.
CORUM, known as the ‘Marine Watchmaker’, has extraordinary achievements in the development of nautical watches and also has unlimited creativity. Following the amazing ‘Golden Bridge’, today’s Kunlun watches The tourbillon watch, which is made in the same straight bridge form, is definitely a masterpiece that combines top watchmaking craftsmanship and creativity.
The watch is made of four sapphire crystals. From the side, you can admire its arched case, which fits closer to the wrist. The 18K white gold model is set with 66 diamonds (weighing 1.26 cards), and the 18K white or rose gold base plate and bridge are carved by hand.
Revolutionary Golden Bridge
瑞士 The Kunlun Swiss Watch Factory, founded in 1955, has always focused on high-quality production technology, so that each manufactured product can withstand the test of time. Born 25 years ago, the Golden Bridge watch has a highly sophisticated structure, pioneering a revolutionary watch design for the global watchmaking industry.
The sapphire crystal case back of the watch sees through the splendid bridge carved by human hands, small gears, hollow black gold hands and a unique winding system with a sliding spring. .
This year’s Golden Bridge watch has reached a new peak, bringing together the two elements of crystal clear transparency and high-quality metal: a 950 platinum design with a pink gold movement; and a white gold style with diamonds, making the sophisticated design more prominent brilliant.
In addition to the Golden Bridge, the most important work of this year is definitely the Golden Tourbillon Panoramique. Its bridge and main board are made of transparent sapphire crystal and embedded in metal columns. The ultra-thin design combines visual aesthetics and top watchmaking. With a movement frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour, the hour and minute hands move smoothly on the surface; the power reserve of up to 90 hours shows extraordinary performance. In addition to being able to withstand external collisions to protect the movement, the exquisite suspension device also brings out the geometrical visual aesthetics. The clockwork, balance wheel, pallet and frame work side-by-side for perfect harmony.
Screw-down caseback with Porto Cervo Marina logo crown protected with vulcanized rubber for effective water resistance
For a long time, Kunlun watch has been a strong supporter of sailing events. It has also launched a number of watch series named after the sailing cup race. Among them, Admiral’s Cup is the representative work. Comparing the precision mechanics of each Admiral’s Cup watch produced, it has greatly strengthened Kunlun’s reputation as a marine watchmaking expert. All Admiral’s Cup watches have been certified by the Swiss Astronomical Observatory’s Inspection Bureau for a 13 1/4 method movement, showing a perfect combination of power and reliability. With such a large volume, the Competition 48 also has an extra large 18K red gold pin buckle.
The Kunlun watch combines a harmonious, elegant and harmonious atmosphere. The top-secret inlay of the case, surface and sapphire crystal surface ensures that its waterproof depth can meet the needs of mariners or accompanied by exploration work; the Admiral’s Cup series of watches The case back is engraved with a trophy pattern. Therefore, any CORUM watch can be said to be a model of perfection and detail. The new Admiral’s Cup Competition 48 Porto Cervo Marina limited edition watch is made of precious 18K rose gold material, embellished with the prominent marks of Porto Cervo Marina events, and is limited to one hundred pieces worldwide.
18K rose gold or stainless steel screw-in caseback with engraved admiral cup trophy
Tradition + Innovation
The Admiral’s Cup series Tides 48 watch once again reflects the brand’s determination to combine tradition and innovation. The watch is equipped with a tidal display function and has been designed consistently. It is replaced by 12 sailing bunting flags equivalent to the first 12 digits of the International Maritime Signal Hour scale. It also has the world’s first major breakthrough-the 12-sided sapphire crystal surface is made by newly developed technology. The edges are tightly and tightly connected to each other, so that each of the tightly connected contacts is in an optimal state, ensuring complete top-tightness and waterproofness (up to a depth of 300 meters). The bottom cover is covered with a layer of vulcanized rubber around the outer edge with a unique refining technology, and the center is engraved with the distinguished Admiral’s Cup trophy pattern.