The emblematic Golden Bridge Watch has been among most popular Corum timepieces for more than 35 years. This year, the famous watchmaker decided for the first time ever to house this exceptional watch in a round case.
The new Corum Golden Bridge Round now comes in a perfectly round case measuring 43mm in diameter and 8.80mm in thickness. It is shielded on both sides with sapphire crystals with anti-reflective treatment.
Corum offers two versions of this fully transparent timepiece. The first one is made of 18-karat rose gold (ref. B113/03010), while the second model (ref. B113/03043) is housed in an 18-karat white gold case encrusted with 84 sparkling diamonds, weighing 2.14 carats. The water resistance is assured down to 30 meters (about 100 feet).
Corum Golden Bridge Round is equipped with the exclusive caliber CO113 which promises no less than 40 hours of power reserve when fully wound. The manually wound mechanical movement features a balance with variable inertia and a barrel with slipping spring. The impeccable mechanism oscillates at the rapid frequency of 28,800 beats per hour (4 Hz), and provides hour and minute functions.
As you can see on these images, the heart of the watch, as well as its decorative bridges and a baseplate are offered in a 360 degree view. The “bridge-like” micro-structures on either side of the mechanism are not a fixed facet in the watch. The movement is actually held only by the gold bridge, thus appearing to be floating suspended in midair.
The rose gold version of Golden Bridge Round timepiece comes with a brown alligator leather strap, ending with a matching buckle, while the white gold variant is mounted on a sleek, black alligator strap, fitted with a white gold buckle.