Corum has given its Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph a facelift to help modernise the collection.
The new watch has retained the essence of its sporty predecessor except for a few minor tweaks.
The ‘60’ hour marker at 12 o’clock has been replaced by the Corum key and brand logo, which have been slightly enlarged to give better brand visibility.
The company said that another benefit from the design modification is the introduction of more breathing space on the dial.
It said the watch face of the previous incarnation felt busier and with this small change, the Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph looks sleeker and more contemporary.
Corum also worked on the case shape of the watch. While it follows strictly to the case shape of the Admiral watch, the new Chronograph features a more angular dodecagonal bezel compared to its predecessor.
For the display, Corum stuck to the same tri-compax arrangement but what has changed is the dial design.
The watch face comes with a “Grenadier fendu” motif, which is a unique pattern worked on by a team of experienced designers back at the Corum manufacture meaning the dial is only unique to the brand.
The Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph is available in 2 dial colours of black or white.
The black dial version comes available in either 5N 18kt rose gold or titanium grade 5 with black PVD treatment; while the white dial is available in titanium grade 5 or 5N 18kt rose gold.
All versions come with a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment.