With its tourbillon at 10.30, the escapement mechanism invented by Abraham-Louis Breguet at the end of the 18th century to compensate for the effects of gravity on the operation of watch movement, and the GMT function at 6 o'clock displaying the second time zone, this Admiral's Cup Seafender powered by the automatic C0397 movement, is entirely in tune with the noblest traditions of Fine Watchmaking. The first automatic tourbillon model in the Admiral's Cup collection with its ultra-precise movement beating at the frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour), this sports tourbillon – which is particularly resistant thanks to its micrometrical screws – is also distinguished by its “turbine” design. Beneath each “turbine”, a wheel moves in the opposite direction to the effect created by the turbine. These intriguing shapes work their magic with a tourbillon that appears to be floating in mid-air beneath a V-shaped bridge and a tourbillon carriage enhanced by the Corum key symbol. The extremely readable hour and minute dual time-zone display, positioned at 6 o'clock, is complemented by the three-quarter circular day/night indicator at 7.30. The pointer-type date indication appearing in a subdial at 3 o'clock sets the perfect finishing touch to the harmonious visual appeal of this sophisticated and elegant watch endowed with a 50-hour power reserve. Note the discreet presence of a pusher at 4 o'clock designed for smooth and easy adjustment of the dual time-zone display.
Corum takes aesthetic daring to the heights of technical perfection. Through a number of collections, drawing on the fundamentals of traditional watchmaking, the manufacture continues to pursue its path free from the influence of passing trends.Find out more >
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