The lucky winner of the WorldTempus-Corum contest of January 2018 is:
- Mrs Adella Gonzalez, from Covington, USA
She won the Corum Bubble 47 Digital watch, worth CHF 1,500.
Congratulations! The winner will be contacted by e-mail. If we do not receive a reply within 7 days we will draw another winner.
For the relaunch of this Corum Bubble, there are 3 models, two of which are limited edition. Corum is clearly taking it slow with all the Corum Bubble, but these are fine versions. All of these 2015 Corum Bubble watches utilize the same movements that Corum used in its preceding three-hand Corum Bubble watches, which is their Caliber CO 0082 (a foundation Swiss ETA 2892 automatic). The CO 0082 has been skeletonized for its non-limited edition model which is the yield of this Corum Bubble Skeleton. Extremely similar to the older Corum Bubble Skeleton watches, the new Skeleton has marginally different skeletonized bridge designs.The two limited edition 2015 Corum Bubble watches would be the Corum Bubble ALL Black at a black PVD-coated steel case as well as the Corum Bubble Vintage, which has a bronze-colored PVD-coated steel case. More great news is in regard to pricing – which is rather welcoming for its limited edition models (even compared to the costs of original Corum Bubble watches available for sale) in a reasonable $3,425 for the Corum Bubble All Black and Corum Bubble Vintage, along with a lofty $8,300 for the non-limited Corum Bubble Skeleton.My favored family of watches in the present collection of Corum products is the Admirals’ Cup. Based on a now defunct boat race, the first Admiral’s Cup watch began in the 1980s and has been the original yachting watch to wear off or on deck along with your boating shoes and skipper cap. What’s marked the Admiral’s Cup collection for so long is that the 12-sided case and the use of vibrant ship pennant flags over the hour mark. The latter has been largely depreciated since the colours no longer exist on newest Admiral’s Cup watches. Many new Admiral’s Cup watches continue to be fairly cool. But with watches like the Chronograph Tourbillon 47 Seafender (that in its own way is interesting) I feel like the original theme and personality of the Admiral’s Cup series has formally been thrown overboard.
Try your luck in our current competition: win an Emile Chouriet Alchimie watch worth CHF 1,080.