The new red gold or steel Corum Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 Replica Watch interpreted in two-tone versions is adorned with the same metallic blue color that graced its first modern version in 1983. This tribute to the historical model will be issued in a strictly limited 400-piece limited edition.
All of which ensures that these new classics imbued with a casual spirit proclaim their sporting origins in a subtle yet effective manner.The Admiral’s Cup collection is composed of several distinct worlds: the sturdy and sophisticated Seafender line designed for adventurers: the sporty yet distinguished Challenger line suitable for wear on all occasions; and finally, the Legend line introduced in 2011 and which flirts with the frontiers of classic elegance in a subtly refined and gentle manner. While the new variations feature a more modest size, more curving lugs and softer angles, they maintain the same unique identity codes of the Admiral’s Cup.
This color that was all the rage in the 1980s also adorns the lugs, the crown guard and the dial. The corum admiral’s cup replica latter exudes a aura of distinctive elegance with its vertical guilloché finish and its stylized nautical pennants appearing around the inner bezel ring, The bezel and the central links are made of 18K red gold or polished steel, thus endowing both two-tone versions with a beautifully balanced aesthetic appeal.The case and the outer bracelet links are decked out in a metallic blue color achieved by a PVD Physical Vapor Deposition) treatment.
Beating to the rhythm of Caliber CO 395 – a mechanical self-winding movement – the Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 displays the hours, minutes and small seconds, along with a date window at 3 o’clock. It has a 42-hour power reserve and features an oscillating weight engraved with the Corum Men’s Replica logo and visible through a transparent exhibition case-back. This exceptional model is issued in a 400-piece limited edition.
When the corum replica watches was first released in 1960, it immediately established itself as one of the first perfectly water-resistant shaped sports watches. 23 years later, when its design was reinterpreted through adopting its current identity codes – 12 nautical pennants from the maritime international code of signals serving as hour-markers, along with a twelve-sided case – it became a truly phenomenal success.