Corum introduces three new models for Halloween: the Bubble Pirate, produced in 188 pieces, the Bubble Voodoo in only 38 models, and the Bubble Skull conducted in 88 pieces.
It’s an automatic movement that is based on a micro-rotor for winding. The micro-rotor includes the Corum Watches 18k-yellow-gold key in 18k red gold. Power book is a really respectable 72 hours, and also the motion beats at 3Hz. But, Corum’s boldness to go against the grain and its almost reckless attitude toward design also makes it very cool, especially for watch lovers who appreciate a few quirkiness and individualism. The fact that it is a exceptional piece is simply the cherry on the cake. Corum might not be the first manufacturer that pops into your head when browsing for a quirky piece, but the release of this new Corum Bubble watches warrants their name being on the list of brands to take into account. The bold, totally cohesive solution to the design of this modern classic ensures that this iteration of this Corum Bubble will polarise opinion in the race to get wrist area as it did upon its début. It’s certainly not for everyone, but there’s more to the creation of bubbles than meets the eye. In the following article, I’ll be taking a short look at three new versions, all of which are limited to only 350 pieces each. The Corum Bubble Sphere2, the Corum Bubble Drop, and the Corum Bubble Paiste have arrived.The Corum Bubble view was first released at Baselworld, way back at the year 2000. Although just fifteen years has passed since that time, the landscape of the luxury watch market has changed beyond recognition. The initial Bubble was 44mm wide, which made it an outlier in these days. Along with this, the design was fairly unusual. Watch collectors weren’t quite so used to dangers as they are now, but nevertheless, the Corum Bubble found favour amongst a committed demographic. It’ll be intriguing to see how the re-release of the Corum Bubble is composed by a consumer base that’s far savvier than it was at the turn of the century.