The prestigious Swiss made Corum Admiral’s Cup Tides 48 Watch is a part of the Corum’s benchmark series of yachting watches. Like all luxury timepieces from Corum, this sailing watch includes the finest design and high-end specs, accompanied with a suitable price of several thousand dollars.
The delightful Corum Admiral’s Cup Tides 48 timepiece includes an attractive dodecagonal titanium case with a satin finish and a rubber crown protector. It also has a vulcanized rubber screwed case back and a fixed rubber bezel. The original case has 48 mm in diameter and is 17.35 mm thick. This watch also possesses a captivating lacquered black analog dial, made of brass and securely guarded with by a sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective treatment. It also has luminous hour and minute hands, as well as a red sweeping second hand. All the hour markers are actually nautical flags.
The magnificent Corum Admiral’s Cup Tides 48 Watch, inspired by the annual Admiral’s Cup race, is powered by the automatic mechanical movement with 21 jewels. The dependable self-winding movement has a power reserve of 42 hours. This truly captivating sail timepiece is also water proof to amazing 300 meters.
Two Titanium and Two Rose Gold Models
There are two variations of this high-class Swiss wristwatch. The style 277.931.06/0371 AN12 includes a black vulcanized rubber strap and a price of $5,925, whereas the model 277.931.06/V791 AN12 has a bracelet that combines titanium and rubber, and is therefore a bit more expensive; it is $6,750 worth.
For those who desire even more exclusive sail wristwatch, Corum has designed another two products from their famous Admiral’s Cup series. These amazing watches include 18 K red gold cases (slightly thinner, 17.15 mm thick), as well as red gold accents on black dials. They also have sweeping hand with the Corum’s emblem as counterweight. Unlike their titanium counterparts, two rose gold watches are water proof to 50 meters. This type is also available with two different kinds of bracelets. The model 277.931.91/0371 AN32 with a black vulcanized rubber strap is $18,375 worth. The most prestigious style 277.931.91/V791 AN32 features a bracelet that combines red gold and black rubber and costs $26,250.
Unlike the vast majority of yachting watches, the Corum’s exclusive timepieces from the Admiral’s Cup series sadly do not include chronograph or countdown timer, but they make up that sort of shortcoming with astonishing varieties of functions, which are undoubtedly useful for all sailing enthusiasts. The luxurious yachting wristwatch for men, from Corum, includes a moon-phase cycle, time and height of the tide, tide strength and strength of the current indications. The complex mechanisms that allow the display of such information were made in association with Dubois-Depraz, and with a help of the Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service of the French Navy and the Geneva Astronomical Observatory.