The design of this watch looks back at the original Admiral's Cup watches.
While Corum's new watches were straying from the original, this one goes back to the collection's origin. With the flags that were either uncolored or absent on the newer watches, the new AC-ONE 45 Chronograph has the colored flags, same as the original. Focusing on just the new watch and not the entire collection, the case is 45mm in diameter, but having worn Admiral's Cup watches in the past, the case wears pretty much dead-on, if not slightly larger. So expect it to look slightly larger. The case is rather angular, from the 12-sided bezel (which is what really defines the Admiral's Cup watches, to the chronograph pushers and strap connection, it is a very "sharp-looking" watch (see what I did there? -- sharp as in pointy and sharp as in stylish). The movement is the CO 116, which you can read more about by visiting Corum's website. The other information one would wish to find is also present here.
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