I'm aiming to get a time-only watch next year and have shortlisted some options from the usual suspects like VC and Lange. Then my AD whips out this beauty - it's definitely making the list! What a mesmerizing dial! J.
I was very fortunate to be invited by Chopard to attend the LUC event which took place yesterday in the prestigious venue: the Automobile Club de France. Actually, I wasn't able to remember when the latest big event organized by Chopard took was organized
I remember well the day end of 2010, when I had the chance to see and handle a prototype of the Chopard L.U.C All-In-One, launched for the 150th anniversary of Chopard. A grail with nothing more to expect. Like a Sky-Moon-Tourbillon... Rather large, but w
CHOPARD Mille Miglia Race Watches 1997 - 2014 Retrospective Which is the best Chopard Mille Miglia Race Watch? This review hopes to conclude with The One (to date). This retrospective look at Mille Miglia (MM) race watches begins from 1997 because that is
Picked this guy up recently. I saw someone wearing it in the wild and was struck by how good it looked. I tried on the 8511 but liked the smaller size of the 8331. I think its lugs are more straight (versus slight taper) which I like as well. My first Cho
I'm not too familiar with Chopard but was drawn in by the world timer in the window display. Although the orange accents really gives world time watch some pop, the dial is just too busy for my 63 year old eyes. These Mille Miglia chronographs were nice,
focus was made on the LUC collection with an aesthetic trend: purety with a twist. The flying tourbillon piece is the first flying tourbillon from the manufacture. Chopard also took the opportunity to release the two versions of the Mille Miglia 2019 race