Fair point, my guess is that it has to do with the movement being a bit too small.

Apr 03, 2024,03:47 AM

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A piece that I haven't posted in a while. Minimalist elegance paired with a spectacular movement.

 By: als1678 : April 2nd, 2024-22:56
Despite the vintage vibes of the sector dial it feels contemporary and can certainly be a daily wearer. When it was released some compared it to LF because of the dial. I don't think that's fair - such sector could be found on vintage watches and there ar...  


 By: jaspermccrea : April 3rd, 2024-13:40

I don't think the price was unreasonable, 15K at the time.

 By: als1678 : April 6th, 2024-17:27
A bargain considering what happened in the past few years ...

I say it's overpriced.

 By: jaspermccrea : April 8th, 2024-12:02
... but it might just be that other models are undervalued. I paid a very similar amount for one of the new Quattro 42mm (which reminds me to post a picture here) models in white gold with the Geneva Seal. These Jubliee/Revolution QF models are very attra... 

You are right that a lot of LUC pieces are totally undervalued in the secondary market.

 By: als1678 : April 8th, 2024-14:04
The quattro is a great example. But I was thinking of last year's 1860 as a comparable and that's a 25K watch. If I want sector dial no date, high end micro rotor movement then I need to go to PP or LF which are at completely different price level.

it's amazing that these are so cheap

 By: jaspermccrea : April 8th, 2024-14:15
www.chrono24.com Almost all your criteria.

I agree - totally crazy!

 By: als1678 : April 8th, 2024-16:35
Some people don't like a date, but still Chopard certainly had marketing issues, most people knew of the happy diamonds ladies watches. Or the jewelry. Only after Alpine eagle things slowly stated to change and their timing with the 1860 was lucky - exact... 

Yes, really nice one.

 By: amanico : April 3rd, 2024-06:02

Thank you! Indeed pretty rare, and I am a bit sad about it being so limited.

 By: als1678 : April 3rd, 2024-03:53
The design is so good - more people should have been able to experience it.

Lovely watch!

 By: patrick_y : April 2nd, 2024-23:33

You have at least a couple of chopard pieces that are equally special!

 By: als1678 : April 3rd, 2024-03:52
I do appreciate how they can always do something unique, whatever type of watch it is.

That is true indeed! Enjoy yours!

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : April 3rd, 2024-10:49

Very nice looking watch.

 By: Champthekid : April 3rd, 2024-00:27

Gorgeous Chopard!

 By: Aquaracer1 : April 3rd, 2024-00:43

Lovely dial...

 By: mdg : April 3rd, 2024-01:03
...my only issue is the odd high-up placement of the seconds hand...

Never seen this watch but it’s a

 By: edtonkin : April 3rd, 2024-02:35
STUNNER! WOW! I’d go for that in a New York second. Great catch!

Thank you very much - it is truly a watch ready for any occasion!

 By: als1678 : April 3rd, 2024-03:46
Except swimming of course! But East river should best be avoided anyway ...

You are a really lucky man.

 By: Boris : April 3rd, 2024-02:42
Beautiful execution, one of the best sector dial around. And going for what, $15,000 at the time this limited edition came out? It’s as good, or better, than watches going for twice the price.

Love this

 By: blau : April 3rd, 2024-10:13
When it was first announced I remember going into MUST HAVE IT mode... but I didn't get it... and moved on. Hope these photos don't drag me back in!

Beautiful dial

 By: MiguelFlash : April 3rd, 2024-12:01
And a great movement. Chopard did very well on that reference.

Wonderful piece !

 By: pkonos : April 3rd, 2024-14:42
I recall vacillating on purchasing it when I had the chance, and still regret not having pulled the trigger. Congratulations, it looks fantastic.

A truly lovely piece indeed 👌🏻👍🏻

 By: KMII : April 8th, 2024-08:04
So nicely subdued with a lot of content behind 🙌🏻👏🏻