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The winner will be drawn from all participants who have answered the questions correctly and will be notified by email.
Closing date: January 31st, 2018
The Chronograph Tourbillon 47 Seafender is an Admiral’s Cup in case alone. Nothing about the movement or presentation particularly feels just like a logical extension of the Admiral’s Cup DNA. Something like this could make considerably more sense being within an Romulus collection. It does not seem plausible the comparative popularity of the Admiral’s Cup line has made it that the breeding ground for virtually every new concept Corum would like to release. Should they want to analyze their own past, Corum will find that they’re a brand of excellent design imagination and aesthetic ingenuity. I truly want them to return the Admiral’s Cup to a location of some actual marine or yachting distinction and create new visual references for pieces that it needs to include a tourbillon chronograph into.I’ve never really been a fan of watches with aluminum cases because of their fragility. Corum has promised the aluminum version of this watch has some type “ceramisation” as a coat to offer the dark gray tone. Is that supposed to mean there is some kind of ceramic coating in the situation to allow it to be powerful? I am not sure and that is not precisely what they say. Though I can say I’m further not a huge fan of matte finished grey surfaces either for watch cases. In a nutshell I believe Corum has really been missing a design opportunity with its high-complication bit like this. Save whatever personality the Admiral’s Cup collection has left and make it great collection. If it comes to tourbillons or use of novel materials and manufacturing practices, possibly designing a new collection is a better idea than coming up with titles like “Seafender” that I’m sure most will assert do not have any firm being paired with a tourbillon to start with. Price for the Corum Admiral’s Cup Chronograph Tourbillon 47 Seafender watch is 50,900 Euros at the aluminum case, 78,500 Euros from the 18k red gold case, and 225,500 in the 18k red gold case with diamonds.