Corum introduces new interpretation of Admiral AC-One


Corum has introduced a new model to the Admiral AC-One model, with the launch of the AC-One 45 Openwork Automatic.

Following on from the successful launch of the Admiral AC-One in 2013, Corum has unveiled the AC-One Openwork Automatic with a quality crafted skeletonized dial.

The movement fitted within the model is the caliber CO 297, a new movement that was developed by Corum in-house specifically for this model.


The bridges visible on the dial side were specially designed to be in harmony with the dodecagonal-shaped case, as well as the silhouettes of the nautical pennants.

A sub-dial displaying small seconds is at the 9 o’clock position, while the power reserve indicator sits at 3 o’clock.

The AC-One 45 Openwork Automatic is presented in two variants.

The first, with a case crafted in grade 5 Titanium to add lightness of the overall design, and at the same time evoke a futuristic vibe.

The second variation pairs contrasting rose gold with black PVD-coated titanium as the case material, giving the watch a bolder and sportier feel.

The back of the movement is visible through the screwed-in open back bronze cover with anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Both timepieces offer water resistance up to 100 meters, while the movement has a power reserve of 42 hours.

Corum has also prepared the AC-One openwork Tourbillon.

At the six o’clock position lies a tourbillon, in addition to the above details present in the AC-One Openwork Automatic.

Both the AC-One Openwork Automatic and Openwork Tourbillon also feature redesigned straps.


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