Corum is the Admiral’s Cup tide watch that is loved by sailing enthusiasts with new design elements. It is the grand launch of the Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Tides watch. This unique and complex mechanical movement, equipped with tidal time and intensity, moon cycle, as well as the display of water current intensity and tide height, has been firmly established in the field of fine watchmaking for 21 years and has also consolidated Corum’s long-standing maritime navigation. Status and contribution of the industry.
Since the beginning of human civilization, the lives of sailors have always followed the tide rhythm and are closely linked. In many parts of the world, they follow the lunar cycle twice a day, following the ebb and flow pattern every 12 hours and 25 minutes. The CO 277 self-winding movement, introduced in 1993, is still designed specifically for these coastal and mariners, allowing them to accurately grasp the tide changes. This classic and complex movement will now be included in the new Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Tides.
This CO 277 self-winding movement is still used by Corum and the Astronomic Observatory of Geneva and the French Navy’s SHOM% Hydrographic and Oceanographic Services of the French National Navy The cooperation, after no less than three years of joint research and development, created this unique ‘tidal movement’.
Combining elegant sporty style and functionality, the new Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Tides watch features a bright red surface and multiple subsidiary dials that clearly show all the navigation functions of the CO 277 automatic movement. The moon indicating the ebb and flow of the tide is set at 12 o’clock, and a special hand is set on the dial to show the intensity of the tide. When the moon is displayed as a full moon or black representing a new moon, this means that the moon is in line with the earth and the sun, and the amplitude or intensity of the tide is at its peak, reaching a coefficient between 95 and 120, compared to the first and second quarters The coefficient between 20 and 45 on the month is high.
The subsidiary dial at 6 o’clock indicates the time of the next two tides in the next 24 hours, while the dial at 9 o’clock indicates the ebb and flow of the tide and the intensity of the current. No matter when the tide rises or falls, when the pointer is displayed vertically, it means that the current intensity of the current is the largest. For ebb or ebb indications, refer to the dial’s bottom and top. These clear and easy-to-read subsidiary dials are elegantly set on the main surface decorated with Corum’s exclusive “cut pomegranate” motif, with the Admiral’s Cup iconic nautical flag pattern on the inner ring, creating an elegant Three-dimensional.
The CO 277 self-winding movement is a true SHOM certified precision navigation instrument. The movement vibrates 28,800 times per hour, provides a 42-hour power reserve, and pushes the date display at 3 o’clock. This outstanding movement is set in the dodecagon case of the iconic Admiral’s Cup. The 45 mm diameter case is made of grade 5 titanium, which is elegant and elegant, while the watch still remains lightweight. Both the large case and the extraordinary movement complement each other. The middle layer of the multi-layered case is titanium with red PVD coating, which echoes the color of the surface, and is equipped with a vulcanized rubber strap and folding buckle. The new Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Tides watch is designed for sports adventures and is water-resistant to 300 meters. The case back is also equipped with sapphire crystal glass, which clearly shows the fascinating operation of the CO 277 automatic movement.