The Swiss Replica Brand's collections have a stunningly contemporary choice of watches, having anything from transparent tourbillons and baguette movements to regatta chronographs and coin watches. Corum can be described as curiosity cabinet really worth digging into. Corum Replica Wrist watches was founded in 1955 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, the birthplace of Swiss horology, by watch-maker Gaston Ries and his nephew Rene Bannwart, who had trained at Patek Philippe together with Omega. What commenced as another by the books Swiss watch-making story easily evolved as the duo developed delightfully forward-looking watches and developed a track record of being timepiece trendsetters .
As an example, when the company had not delivered good enough dials to be ready for the 1958 Basel Watch Fair, the duo replaced the missing dials with plain gold discs automatically creating timepieces without having hour markers around the dial. Four years later on, Corum had a hit by riding the coin-watch trend using the American Double Eagle, a model having a dial made of a $20 yellow metal coin. In the 1980s, the firm launched two radically different models: the Imitation Admiral's Cup, a sport clock intended as a tribute towards the race of the identical name; and the Golden Bridge, a forward thinking timepiece whose miniature baguette movement, vertically suspended in a transparent case, was designed by Vincent Calabrese