Corum will be debuting a titanium version of their Golden Bridge timepiece at this years Baselworld. Until now the Golden Bridge watch has only been produced in 18 karat gold and platinum editions, some with the addition of diamonds. Corum's Golden Bridge watch is a unique creation that was first created in the 1980's and was the first non-skeleton wristwatch to put the movement on the dial of the watch. The new titanium version nicely emphasizes the true beauty of the hand-engraved pink gold movement bridge.

The titanium edition of the new Golden Bridge is limited to only 188 pieces. The tonneau shaped case measures 34 mm by 51 mm and has several brushed surfaces, which is in contrast to the previous versions with their luxurious high polished finishes. The case houses a manually wound movement, the caliber CO113, and sports a variable inertia balance wheel which is adjusted with screws and hand-engraved plates. The movement contains 19 jewels that beat at 28,800 bph. In addition the movement supports a 40 hours of power reserve.

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