Long time no wear - the Chopard LUC Chrono One on the wrist again
Having been travelling it has been possibly the longest time period without the LUC Chrono One since I have it - about two and a half weeks. This got rectified yesterday and I guess will not happen so soon again. In spite of its conventional design (no moved 12 o‘clock or crown), it continues to be a fantastic behind the wheel watch
Have a great week!
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Sometimes circumstances force the issue
That's a long time to be separated from your watch. On the other hand, circumstances "forced" me to have this watch for 5 weeks of travelling in Asia... L.U.C 1963 Chrono Purists Edition in steel Fireworks Noodles Amazing Asia Regards, MTF ...
This is your iconic piece sir
Just curious, does Chopard still have a flyback chronograph in their current luc production? I saw it comes w lunar moon phase now.
I believe all their LUC in-house chronograph movements are flyback capable. Don’t have a catalogue handy but I guess both the 1963 and the LUC Chrono One (not in steel, though) are still part of the collection.