Corum fake just asked me to shout about this new tourbillon watch that will be released in Basel for a few days in 2010. Therefore, Corum will launch at least two new tourbillon watches this year-Ti-Bridge Tourbillon and Admiral’s Cup Minute minute repeater tourbillon. Although I really only noticed the “Corum key” logo on the Admiral’s Cup model, it now appears on this new Ti-Bridge as the top of the flying tourbillon frame. I must admit that it looks pretty cool. The in-house manufactured movement is very thin in the standard-level fashion of the timepiece series. The movement should be mainly made of titanium, it looks like it has a double barrel (with a power reserve of at least 50-60 hours), and of course it is manually wound.
Like all Ti-Bridge watches, this case will be perfectly finished. This is really a work of art, and it feels smooth in your hand. You can see all the different forms of titanium in various polishing agents. The dial looks like a screen framed by the case. There is a beautiful “Corum” logo engraved on the bridge of the movement-I like the slightly redesigned logo. It looks sharp beside the key sign.
It’s hard to say how cool the design of the Corum Ti-Bridge watch is. They are stylish watches, but they are good at this point. I mean they are not function-first design. Your hand is on the dial, but there is no scale. This is a watch that pays great attention to the appearance on the wrist and the beauty of a very small movement.