|Model:||Bubble Dive Bomber – Flying Tiger Chronograph|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||44.5mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||53mm|
|Price:||Price: Upon request|
This special edition is a salute to the flying tigers, the most successful and legendary combat group in aviation history. New Corum Bubble Dive Bomber round dial with outside unidirectional black rotating bezel. The watch comes with three very discreet sub dials, seconds at 3 o’clock, hours at 6 o’clock and minutes at 9 o’clock. The window for the date is in the 6 o’clock sub dial. In addition to the hour and minute hands, the watch has a propeller for the seconds. The watch has a dome sapphire crystal. It is a back screwed stainless steel case with engraved in the back “Limited Edition 2004 – Swiss Made – 1707507 – Bubble Dive Bomber – 660 ft water resistant 200m – 285.181.20. The watch has an automatic movement with caliber ETA 2892-A2. The watch comes with a black leather band covering the back case with engraved “Limited Edition 2004 – Bubble Dive Bomber”. It comes with a double clasp stainless steel buckle with the Corum logo.
Rene Bannwart founded Corum in 1955 with his uncle Gaston Ries and uncle daughter. The trio wanted to produce “Fresh” watches and not warmed-up styles of the previous decade. The first collection in 1956 kept promise. In 1958, a major design element became the talk of the year. When a supplier of dials failed to deliver on time, he had no choice to make dials without numbers “Sans Heures” and became right a way very popular. Only the name of the brand and the key, logo of the brand, appear on the dial. Other success models were the Golden Bridge, Romulus or the Admiral Cup just to name a few. Since 1999, Severin Wundermann owns Corum.
Automatic movement with caliber ETA Caliber 2892-A2 with 21 jewels, 28,800 A/h and 42 hours of power reserve.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 44.5mm
Length including lugs: 53mm