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Luxury Swiss watchmaker Corum has made a statement of intent by creating a patently elegant impression this winter with Corum’s striking new watch, the Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon. Encircled by a gleaming rose gold case, the hollow eyes of a skull stare at the wearer while the flying tourbillon within the wide-open jaw brings forth a hauntingly shiver.

The hollowed eyes of the skull exuberates the dark interior beneath the dome of a glare-proof sapphire. Gilded in gold, the exposed micro-rotor tourbillon is set against a charcoal backdrop, a dramatic effect which is enhanced by a strap made of black alligator. The somber tones of the timepiece form a dark and unforgettable elegance borne on any wrist.

Ever since 2000, the Bubble series has offered distinct and startling fashion combined with Corum’s cutting edge quality and innovation. This timepiece provokes the unnerving power of time which will animate any collection with its eerie originality.

The Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon is a unique piece which makes it that much more coveted. The watch features 72-hour power reserve and an automatic winding system. While the watch case measuring 47 mm diameter is made of rose gold the dial is made of brass to create a contrast. The watch is unusually thick due to the domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment. The watch is water resistant to 30 meters and the case back is engraved with the inscription Unique Piece.

Acknowledged both for the aesthetic appeal of its models and for its technical excellence, Corum has contributed to perpetuating the time-honored values and expertise of fine watchmaking. Since 1955, Corum has adopted creativity and boldness as its guiding principles. It is pursuing the path traced by the founders, more loyal than ever to the iconic collections, while enriching them with a powerful modern touch bearing the hallmark of innovation and technical breakthroughs.

The continuity and the longevity of its collections are not mere words at Corum: the Admiral’s Cup has been sailing the oceans for 50 years, while the Bridges collection has been making its mark on watchmaking history for over 30 years. History is definitely in the making at Corum.