A solution has been launched for those that want to wear more and more bling on their hands. Encased in 689 diamonds with a total value of 8.64 carats and a 18k red-gold setting, the 2011 Corum Ti-Bridge Tourbillion Pave watch is an answer to all luxury-addicts out there.
Given the fact that copper-nickel alloys are non-magnetic, non-corrosive and look very nice, this watch’s mainplate and bridges are cast in ARCAP with red gold all-over. The gadget resists to up to 30 meters of water depth and comprises a 72-hour power reserve. The watch also uses a CO 022 baguette caliber without an upper bridge, but a flying tourbillion.
The use of gold doesn’t end here. The folding clasp is also covered in red-gold. The piece also comes with two different straps, by choice: made of black croc-leather or a brown croc-leather, both of them being sewn manually. And let’s not forget and important detail. It’s a limited edition – to 25 pieces.