Long time no wear - the Chopard LUC Chrono One on the wrist again

Oct 22, 2018,22:16 PM
 

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 smile


Have a great week!




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Thanks MCG! [nt]

 
 By: KMII : October 23rd, 2018-05:57

Certainly Massi!

 
 By: KMII : October 23rd, 2018-05:57
Thanks a lot

Sometimes circumstances force the issue

 
 By: MTF : October 23rd, 2018-01:52
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 ...  

That looks great, MTF!

 
 By: KMII : October 23rd, 2018-06:00
And looking forward to reading more about your recent travels

Good LUC ..

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet : October 23rd, 2018-02:30
it looks great 👍

It’s a pleasure [nt]

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet : October 23rd, 2018-06:05

One of my favorite Chopards. I came close, years ago.

 
 By: MichaelC : October 23rd, 2018-06:28
Love seeing yours.

You have a lovely Chopard yourself :)

 
 By: KMII : October 23rd, 2018-08:51
Thanks Michael!

This is your iconic piece sir

 
 By: traineract : November 11th, 2018-18:29
Just curious, does Chopard still have a flyback chronograph in their current luc production? I saw it comes w lunar moon phase now.

Good question...

 
 By: KMII : November 12th, 2018-11:35
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.