Luxury watchmaker Corum’s Admiral 38 collection is all about embracing fluidity and celebrating the prestige art of horology. For its ever-expansive lineup that comprises white, pink, silver, and brown colorways, the black and gold stood out with its sleek yet luxe look.
The Admiral 38 is instantly recognizable with its 38mm, 12-sided case, a “Grenadier fendu” patterned dial as well as signature nautical pennants. In this colorway, the dial is doused in black, while the hands and indices are in 5N gold-tone and coated with white Super-LumiNova. The case is made of Grade 5 titanium with a black PVD treatment, which is fitted with glare-proof sapphire crystal on both its front and caseback.
Running on a CO 082 Caliber for movement, the Admiral 38 Automatic provides a complete indication of hour, minute, second, and date with up to 42 hours of power reserve. Completing the timepiece in its consistent color scheme is the black vulcanized rubber bracelet for a sporty touch, which is finished with a triple folding clasp as fastening.
Available now via Corum’s official website, the black and gold Admiral 35 Automatic timepiece is priced at CHF 5100 (approximately $5,497 USD).
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