Geneva Watch Days 2023 : Corum’s new Concept Watch, crafted with recycled grade 5 titanium

The timepiece is a fusion of organic shapes and sustainable materials
At the last Geneva Watch Days, Corum had highlighted a collaboration Bubble watch created with French street artist Aiiroh. For this year’s edition, the brand has unveiled the Corum Concept Watch (Ref. Z374/04426 - 374.100.04/0231 AV10G), inspired by organic shapes and crafted with sustainable materials. 
The Corum Concept Watch’s case and crown are made with recycled titanium grade 5. The standout feature of the 39.5mm watch is a flying tourbillon movement, whose complication appears to float between two sapphire plates. Beating at 3Hz (21,600 vph) and boasting a power reserve of 90 hours, located beneath it is an aventurine stone dial. Devoid of hour markers or a date window, the only other elements on the dial are rhodium-coated skeleton hands. The case is topped by sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment.

The 39.5mm timepiece extends its design to the caseback exhibiting the tourbillon, mainspring, and gear train, and it is engraved with the information of the main functionalities of the watch’s components. The dark blue strap made with recycled textile material VELCRO® flanks the watch. The timepiece is water resistant up to 50 metres. 

Images Courtesy : Corum 

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