Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
Corum has made another Split Second chronograph in their Admiral's cup line, which they name quite simply, the Corum Admiral's Cup Black Split-Seconds 44 watch. There are two versions of the 44mm wide steel cased watch. I like the use of contrasting black tones on the case based on the dial color. The white dialed version has a black mid case and lugs with a polished steel bezel, while the black dialed version has black PVD bezel and polished steel lugs and case sides. See how that works? Dial is pretty standard for modern Admiral's Cup watches. Nice, with mostly muted colors. It comes on a rubber strap, and inside the watch is a Corum Calibre CO986 (base ETA) automatic split-second chronograph movement - that has further been COSC Chronometer certified. The white dialed version is limited to 155 pieces and the black dialed version is limited to only 55 pieces.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.