However, another series called Golden Bridge is the most complex in the company’s archives and is equipped with the world’s first in-line baguette movement. The series was first launched in 1980 and relaunched in 2011 with an automatic movement.
Now, in 2021, Corum has launched a brand new four-piece series to pay tribute to its predecessors and present it in an updated form. With 37.2 mm x 51.8 mm (13.7 mm thick) grade 5 titanium and black DLC treatment tonneau-shaped case-the latest Golden Bridge is surrounded by sapphire glass, so it can be viewed from all angles.
“The original, almost rebellious linear movement was originally created by Vincent Calabrese in the 1970s. Calabrese was a self-taught Italian watchmaker who was passionate about doing different things. He started Dedicated to show the incredible movement as an integral part of the idea of the watch’s overall design. He showed his patented concept at the 1977 Geneva International Inventors’ Show, namely 45 highly skeletonized in-line movements, Corum replica The savvy management immediately obtained the patent and worked with Calabrese to develop a revolutionary movement,” Corum said.
Corum uses the original intellectual property rights of the automatic baguette movement in 2011 to recreate a larger modern-sized Golden Bridge automatic winding movement for today’s consumers. Interestingly, the motherboards and splints of all four variants of the new series are made of 18K gold. The linear oscillating weight is made of platinum. The CO313 movement consists of 194 parts and has a 40-hour power reserve. replica luxury watches