Seller: gra.henao Corum Watches
Corum Admiral’s Cup Black Challenge 44 Limited Edition PVD. 753.691.98/F371.-11%Seller: gra.henao Corum Watches
Corum Admiral’s Cup Black Challenge 44 Limited Edition PVD. 753.691.98/F371.
Corum Admiral’s Cup Black Challenge 44mm Limited Edition to 200pcs. MRSP $9,000. 753.691.98/F371 AA12. PVD
– Brand: Corum
– Model: Admiral’s Cup Black Challenge 44
– Case Diameter: 44 mm
– Movement/Caliber: Automatic / Corum CO753
– Power reserve: 48 hours
– Number of jewels: 27 jewels
– Case material: Stainless Steel PVD
– Water Resistance: 100 meters
– Bracelet material / Strap: Rubber /Double-fold clasp stainless steel
– Crystal: Sapphire Crystal
– Condition: Watch isin mint condition. Crystal is in perfect condition. Please refer to the pictures as I have tried to show as much as possible.
– Functions: Small seconds, Guilloché dial, Luminous hands, Chronometer, Limited Edition,Screw-Down Crown, Only Original Parts, PVD/DLC coating, Master Chronometer,Date, Chronograph.
– Special comments: This beautiful timepiece is mint condition. It is a limited edition of the line Admiral’s cup which is the flagship of the Corum brand.it fits very comfortable on your wrist and the PVD makes it very durable. The clasp is a double-fold thick stainless steel.
– Scope of Delivery: Watch comes with papers and travel case, it includes the international warranty card,service center booklet, manual, and hand tag. I will ship overnight with FedEx and insured.
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Seller: Kevin Kuo Corum Watches
MINT Corum Admirals Cup AC One 45 Tides Boater Fisherman Titanium Watch Warranty-59%Seller: Kevin Kuo Corum Watches
MINT Corum Admirals Cup AC One 45 Tides Boater Fisherman Titanium Watch Warranty
Welcome and thank you for gazing upon this rare and beautiful Corum Admiral’s Cup 45 AC-One Tides watch!
This timepiece is fitted with a sturdy and light weight grade 5 titanium case on adjustable rubber strap with push button deployant clasp that can accommodate up to an 7 3/4 inch wrist. This Corum has a highly unique complication that measures the time of tide and coefficient intensity based on the moon phase. Below is an excerpt from ethos watches
The watch is powered by the elusive CO 277 caliber movement which was developed in collaboration with the Astronomic Observatory of Geneva and the SHOM (Hydrographic and Oceanographic Services of the French National Navy). A unique movement that took more than three years to create, the CO 277 caliber is the ONLY movement in the world that features a tides indicator. It follows a twice-daily lunar cycle with a difference of about 12 hrs 25 mins approximately between each other.
The CO 277 caliber movement basically operates as a moon phase watch, wherein, the caliber calibrates the proximity of the moon with the earth and the sun which invariably controls the strength of the tide. Apart from its nautical indicators, the movement also incorporates the hour, minutes, seconds and date functions. Beating at the rate of 28,800 vph (vibrations per hour), the CO 277 caliber clocks in a power reserve of 42 hours.
The subdial at 12 o’clock is made up of two parts. The inner part of the subdial houses a moonphase indicator while the outer part specifies the strength of the tide, also known as a coefficient. A tabular system that outlines the “size” or “magnitude” of the prospective tide. For example, if the moon is full or black, the strength/coefficient of the tide would range between 95-120, which is at its peak. This high range would drop down to a lower tidal strength/tide coefficient between 20-45 gradually during the first and the last moon quarters.
The subdial at 6 o’clock is made up of two concentric circles wherein the outer circle is home to a 24-hour indicator marked by a centrally located rhodium-coated pointer. The inner concentric circle houses two white pointers that indicate the exact hour of the succeeding two tides in the next 24 hours.
Finally, the third subdial at 9 o’clock, shows the current tidal strength to help sea-professionals determine whether the tide is rising or ebbing. You can check the intensity of the tide with the help of the pointer. If the pointer is horizontal on the red line, then it is assumed that the intensity/ height of the tide is high. Likewise, if the pointer/hand moves towards the high and low tides indicator, the seafarer is assured that the tide intensity is declining. The strength of the current is minimum when the pointer or hand is in perfect alignment with the vertical white line. Furthermore, the highly legible subdials are set against the backdrop of Corum’s signature “split pomegranate” motif, officially called the “Grenadier fendu” finishing.
As is common with most luxury timepieces, this Admiral’s Cup Tides features a sapphire crystal on both the front and case back and water resistant to 300 meters. If you are an avid boater or fisherman and the knowledge of the current tide status is important this, timepiece can serve as an excellent redundancy safety tool or provide a quick reference to when tidal ranges are optimal for a better catch.
The manuals for this watch can be found digitally through the Corum website and includes a 1 year Corum International Warranty dated 2/25/2022
MSRP: $9,800 USD
Your order will be shipped via FedEx insured.
Authenticity is guaranteed.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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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.
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.