|Courtesy of Corum|
And no, gentle reader, it is not lost on me that I am still bezel deep in a review of another Corum Bubble ; )
But this little buzzer was released earlier this month and it is, well, a bit special, and is limited to 88 pieces.
At 47 mm in diameter, it is not insignificant. But the weight will not be too oppressive owing to the fact that the case is of titanium (assuming that the DLC treatment doesn't add significantly - yes, I'm kidding).
But wait - there's more! Yes, Corum makes chronographs, and they have made Bubble Chronographs, but this appears to be a single button (crown) chronograph with a rather beguiling set of sub dials that serve as eyes of a sort, and the date window where the mouth might be.
The movement is the CO 771, a self-winding chronograph with hours, minutes, seconds and date with a power reserve of 55 hours.
The case, as previously mentioned is of DLC treated titanium measuring 47 mm in diameter, with a thickness of 20.45 mm. You can certainly paddle about in the pool with this one as the water resistance is rated to 100 meters.