TAG Heuer has revisited its best-selling model this year to produce a stylish, vintage-inspired chronograph version that harks back to the brand's rich automotive he
Magnificent and unique bronze watch
These days, bronze is dominating the world of luxury designer watchmaking…
More bronze models have appeared lately than ever before, and certainly more than we expected, while the last one is a novelty designed by the renewed Swiss watchmaking brand, Corum. Named Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph Bronze, this beautiful watch show us a little bit different design approach, presenting us with different brown shades of patina, which are quite the opposite compared to typical green colored bronze cases on most of the new models.
This impeccable patina is achieved through a special chemical process, and her appearance will remain the same in years to come. That is something we expect from a high-quality product and luxurious watch, right?
Corum Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph Bronze also has a magnificently designed dial which follows the 45 mm case style theme, which is created from brown teak, with pennants used as indexes. Wood details are aligned vertically, like an homage to decks design of classical sail boats. If you wish to bring this watch with you when you’re getting ready to set sail, you don’t need to worry because it is waterproof up to 300 meters.
On the back part of its case, you can see the impressive CO116 mechanism, an automatic ETA 2892 caliber with Dubois-Depraz chronograph module, which definitely contributes to the allure of this model, and probably his 17.000 dollars price, as well.
Read next luxury article: Cartier celebrates 100 years of Tank model