With its new Lab assortment, Corum targets facing challenges and testing. The watches of this assortment shun customary codes and rather give an odd interpretation of watchmaking where mechanics come first. Meet the Heritage Corum Lab 01, a formed watch with a striking plan and an openworked, miniature rotor movement.
The initial two ‘Labs’ are barrel-formed restricted version watches bringing their engineering, openworked developments to the front. The Lab doesn’t have a very remarkable dial permitting the wearer to appreciate the watch’s inward activities. Estimating 39.85mm x 55mm, the barrel-molded case includes delicate bends standing out wonderfully from incredible points. Made in dark DLC-covered titanium, it includes a decorated elastic trim on the case with the ‘Restricted Edition’ subtitle. It is additionally fitted with a crown uncommonly situated at 6 o’clock.
The programmed type CO 410 is a ‘molded development’ with a miniature rotor. Molded developments are unique cases since they are made to gauge for one explicit watch or case just, while round developments can be adjusted to an assortment of models. It is produced with Le Cercle des Horlogers, one of the rising development creators, the driver of a few free watchmakers and a company working in the background for a few major names in the industry.
The three-dimensional skeleton development looks cutting edge, playing on volumes, differentiating materials and shadings. The miniature rotor is noticeable in the upper right-hand corner. The heart is obvious, housed in a propeller-like barrel improving the specialized look of the watch. Working at 4Hz, its force save is of 50 hours.
The Lab 01 is completed with an elastic lash decorated with the Corum key logo and got with a triple collapsing lock in titanium. Two renditions, with either a red or a white style, are available. Restricted to 99 pieces each, these were introduced on the event of the introduction of the brand’s store in Beijing. Cost is set at CHF 13,800. For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit www.corum-watches.com .