Corum fuses vulcanized rubber to the Admiral’s Cup Challenger 44’s steel case to add color and to create a non-slip surface that is highly useful in wet environments. The rubber case and matching straps have a matte finish and a velvet-like feel. The case maintains the distinctive twelve-sided shape and the inner bezel ring adorned with nautical pennants that are Admiral’s Cup trademarks. Find pricing and wallpaper inside.
The Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber is powered by a COSC-chronometer-certified automatic movement visible through a transparent caseback and sports a Corum-engraved rotor that matches the color of the watch. The center chronograph seconds hand bears the Corum key counterweight. The angled date display is positioned at 4:30. The three subdials present the 30 minute totalizer at 3 o’clock, 12 hour totalizer at 6 o’clock, and continuous seconds at 9 o’clock. Hands, minute numerals, subdials and chevrons are highlighted by luminescent white, gray or red, ensuring night-time readability.
The Admiral’s Cup Challenger 44 Chrono Rubber is water-resistant to 30 meters for the white versions and to 100 meters for all the others.
The blue and red versions will be produced in limited editions of 100 pieces each, while the white model will be produced in an edition of 125 pieces. All models are priced at $8150.
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