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The most popular used Corum watches

The admiral cups is one of the most know watches as well as the Bubble. The Admirals cup is one of the watches many people really like. The Corum Bubble is very interesting to watch with different dials. Some love it others hate it.

History

Since 1955, the House of Corum has been located in La Chaux de Fonds. The company is currently owned by Eterna and Hong Kong-based Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Limited.

One of the first watches produced by the “Corum” brand is the “Chinese Hat” which has a pyramid-shaped bezel that evokes the same shape as the hats worn at that time.

The Admiral watch was first released in 1960 with an engraving of a sailboat, and the Coin watch won four years later.

Corum has four collections: The Admiral, Golden Bridge, Bubble, and Heritage. We’ll take a close look at each of these below, and talk about some of the brand’s most popular models.

According to the Corum website, its first Admiral model watch was introduced in 1960. This resulted in a strong brand and paved the way for more success.

One of the inspirations for today’s Admiral collection is sailing from 57, with the first model launched in 1960. The annual race was held at that time, and it had a square shape until 1960. It was then updated to have a dodecagonal (12-sided) case, with various shapes, materials and movements).

One popular model is the automatic Admiror AC-One 45 Tides, a 45mm watch with a titanium grade 5 case. The first Admiral Tides was released in 1993 and was powered by the exclusive Corum movement CO277.

This watch also has the same movement information, including a lunar calendar and tidal data. It features an eye-catching brass dial with black hands and a Corum key design.

Is Corum Watch a great buy on the secondary market?

Yes, these watches lost all the depreciation and they should not depreciate anymore.

A good example is the Admiral AC-One 45 Tides, which was released in 1993 and now sells for much more than the MSRP.