Although legibility might be somewhat affected by the distortions brought about by the heavily compacted crystal, Corum addresses that by giving the Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon big leaf-shaped palms adorned with white Super-LumiNova. It’s an automated movement which is based on a micro-rotor for twisting. The micro-rotor includes the Corum key in 18k red gold. Power book is a very respectable 72 hours, and the motion beats at 3Hz. But, Corum’s boldness to go against the grain and its almost reckless attitude toward design also makes it rather cool, particularly for watch lovers who appreciate a few quirkiness and individualism. The fact that it is a exceptional piece is simply the cherry on the cake. The Corum Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon watch is priced at 103,000 Swiss francs (approximately US $100,500). Although Corum has done some interesting work with their Bridge collection throughout time, it is the Admiral’s Cup that marks the newest strongest and most recognizable design language. For 2016, Corum has launched the Corum Admiral Legend 42 Auto and Admiral Legend 42 Chronograph watches that serve as a great counterpart to a few of the more unusual pieces such as the Bubble watch which has been reintroduced last year. We have got four fascinating watches to pay here, so let’s get started.
Corum offers you a close-up on the Bubble Swiss Edition watch.