Corum Looking Strong
Last year, Swiss watchmaker Corum turned a lot of heads with its launch of the limited edition Deep Hull 48, the brand’s first extreme dive watch and one with an imposing look and impressive 1,000 meter water resistance. This year, Corum is releasing two more models in the range — and wow am I excited — these watches look great. Today I’m going to show you the new Corum Seafender 46 — think of it as a slightly less imposing version of the Deep Hull 48. Toned down (albeit slightly) are the case size — 46mm, and the water resistance — 300 meters. The titanium case, matching titanium buckle (on the vulcanized rubber strap), and other features remain intact. These changes will not only make the watch more wearable, but also more affordable (at ~$7,800 the Deep Hull was already very competitively priced). The second watch I alluded to is the same except it is a chronograph. We’ll take a look at it in coming days.
Corum Admiral’s Cup Seafender 46
Ref. 947.401.04/0371 AN12
46mm titanium case, COSC-certified automatic mechanical movement, unidirectional rotating bezel, 300m water resistance