The new Corum Admiral’s Cup Seafender 46 Chrono Dive automatic diving watch offers a COSC-certified chronometer movement in a signature dodecagonal rugged case good for depths down to 300 meters.
The case in question is made of grade 5 titanium, which is known for the combination of lightness, strength. The featherweight metal is commonly used in military aircraft, internal combustion engines, turbines and other areas.
As always, the 46 mm case is presented in a 12-sided shape with a pair of huge crown protectors and massive lugs.
Like the rest of the brand’s divers, the Chrono Dive is equipped with a unidirectional rotating bezel with a diving scale that has a single luminescent mark at 12 o’clcok.
The matt black dial has also received its fair share of superluminova.
As you can see, the lume has been applied to the hour and minute hands, as well as for the subsidiary seconds hand at 9 o’clock and the minute and hour chronograph hands that are located at 9 and 3 o’clock respectively.
The chevrons and the traditional “60” mark at 12 o’clock are also applied with the luminescent substance.
As to the movement, the watch is equipped with the well-known CO753 COSC-certified chronometer chronograph movement that Corum often uses for its chronograph watches.
The new timekeeper was presented earlier this week at Baselworld 2011 show and will possibly soon hit the stores.
Corum Admiral’s Cup Seafender 46 Chrono Dive automatic diving watch specification
Movement: Automatic, CO753, 27 jewels, 28,800 vph, in-house, Swiss Made
Movement decoration: N/A
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph
Power reserve: 48 hours
Case material: Titanium, satin-finished
Bezel material: Titanium, satin-finished
Case shape: 12-sided
Bezel shape: Dodecagonal
Case size: 46.00 mm
Lug width: N/A
Case height: N/A
Dial: Matt black
Water resistance: 300 m
Strap: Black vulcanized rubber with titanium buckle
Case back: Sapphire