Just in time for fall, Corum has introduced a new version of its Admiral's Cup timepiece, the Admiral's Cup Black Challenge. This model is another in a long line of its popular nautical inspired luxury timepieces. Noticeably different is the 44 mm super-durable PVD metal treated case, which boasts an impressive hardness of 1300 Vickers. The case of the watch is shaped as a dodecahedral that makes it easily recognizable as part of Admiral's Cup collection. The Black Challenge is available with a black or a white dial, I prefer the look of the white dial as it provides a great contrast to the all black case. The regatta symbols, which are normally designed with bright colors have been created in monochrome as to not distract from the new sleek look of the watch.

The Admiral's Cup Black Challenge is powered by a Corum C0753 caliber certified chronometer movement. This self-winding movement beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and has an adjustable date function, as well as a 3-counter chronograph which includes subsidiary seconds, elapsed chronograph minutes, and elapsed chronograph hours. The movement allows for a power reserve of up to 48 hours. The Corum Admiral's Cup Black Challenge 44 chronograph watch has been placed on a vulcanized black rubber strap with a triple deployant clasp made from the same PVD coating as the watch case, and engraved with the Corum logo. The excellent construction of the watch allows for a water-resistance of up to 100 meters.

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