|Corum Golden Bridge Automatic for Only Watch 2011
Corum’s Golden Bridge, the brand’s iconic watch originally developed by Vincent Calabrese, was once legendary for its poor reliability. But it has undergone a tremendous makeover in recent years. Reengineered by Laurent Besse of the now defunct Les Artisan Horlogers, who amongst other things helped develop the MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt, the Golden Bridge became the Ti Bridge and then this year it was offered in automatic form. Wound by a linear weight, like the TAG Heuer Monaco V4, a unique version of the Golden Bridge Automatic is being contributed to Only Watch 2011 by Corum.
This unique piece is housed in a Titalyt coated titanium case with red accents on the strap. Only aesthetic changes versus the regular model but attractive nevertheless. I examined and photographed the regular version of the Golden Bridge Automatic some weeks ago and will be posting my photos of it soon. – SJXBack to top.