Corum Kunlun created a unique Ti-Bridge 3-Day Power Reserve watch for the ‘ONLY WATCH’ charity auction to support the organization to Du Xian Dedicated research on Duchenne muscular dystrophy. This unique watch has a 3-day power reserve display in a straight line, the case is made of titanium and red gold, and is used by the Greek god of healing, Asclepius, and he Decorated with a sculpture of a snake symbolizing medicine on his scepter in praise of the contribution of the Monaco Association against Muscular Dystrophy.
Kunlun Watch will participate in the 5th ‘ONLY WATCH’ charity auction held in Monaco on September 28, 2013. The auction is hosted by the Monaco Muscular Dystrophy Association and brings together 40 watch brands. All profits will be used for charitable funding for the study of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
To support and commemorate this meaningful event, Kunlun Watch will donate a unique titanium bridge three-day power reserve watch. The watch combines aesthetics and top-level mechanical structure. It is equipped with the brand’s patented linear long movement and is fixed by four brackets, which reflects the brand’s superb watchmaking skills. This watch has been redesigned for this auction, with two different bases made of titanium and gold. The surface of the case is made of grade 5 titanium, which is elegant and restrained. The side is made of 5N 18K red gold. , And decorated with three-dimensional engraving, adding a gorgeous look to the watch. The two materials can not only highlight the sense of fashion, but also perfectly match the structure of the watch, fully showing the originality in design. The Corum logo on the surface, the hour scale, the hour and minute hands, and the power reserve display are all plated in red gold, creating a sharp contrast with the anthracite surface, which adds to the watch’s stylish taste.
The engraving on the side of the case depicts the god of healing in Greek mythology, Asclepius, and the snake wrapped around his scepter. This snake-shaped pattern has become a symbol of medicine today. The sculpture is specially designed for this event, which symbolizes and praises the success of ONLY WATCH. Such magnificent and complicated carvings, made by all hands, need to rely on ancient techniques and delicate craftsmanship. The production process requires very precise engraving techniques. First, it must create relief, and then outline the pattern. After finishing, use an engraving knife to shape extremely fine linear sculptures, such as the veins of leaves and fine parts such as scales on snakes. Every detail is perfectly displayed, and the portrait of Asclepius is also brought to life, making the watch a stunning work of art. As for the background of the engraving pattern, the engraving tools and thorn sticks are used to create a uniform matte effect, which complements the shiny decoration.
The titanium bridge three-day power reserve watch is equipped with the CO107 movement, which displays the hours and minutes, and a linear power reserve display. The movement is equipped with a set of satellite gears, which can be enjoyed from 9 to 3 o’clock from the side of the case, and its unique design can be appreciated. However, these gears are hidden on the front of the watch, giving it a completely different look. . This complex structure includes a differential system. The system consists of three gears, one of which is an ‘eccentric planetary gear’ that rotates on its own axis or around the other two gears according to the direction of rotation, thereby connecting with minimal space Clockwork drum, winding stem and power reserve. This unique watch is equipped with a rubberized leather strap and a titanium triple folding clasp with two security buttons.
This titanium bridge three-day power reserve watch ‘ONLY WATCH’ will be exhibited with ONLY WATCH at the world tour exhibition starting on September 6, 2013. The tour stations include Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, New York and Geneva And finally the Monaco Yacht Show from September 25th to 28th. The auction will be held at 11 am on September 28th at the Salon Belle Epoque showroom in the Hermitage Hotel in Monaco, France.