Chopard Baselworld 2019: The new Chopard L.U.C Quattro plus Live wristshots

 By: foversta : March 20th, 2019-15:16
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 edition.


The No Date watches are very nice looking! [nt]

 By: amanico : March 20th, 2019-15:20
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So right [nt]

 By: Horology75 : March 20th, 2019-18:49
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The L.U.C. line is perennially underrated! [nt]

 By: Spangles - Mr. Tabby : March 20th, 2019-17:02
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Flying T is a highlight...

 By: p.boxster : March 23rd, 2019-04:37‘s really stunning in flesh. It even has a stop second mechanism. When pulling the crown, the cage stops immediately, but the balance wheel is slowly swinging out... very nice feature.
18k gold dial and in the cutting edge of the dial opening you see the gold - very nice details. I‘m really excited!1! Bravo Chopard!

Fx, did you see this one . . . .

 By: M4 : March 24th, 2019-06:20
. . . which I saw on Instagram.

Hopefully I'm not breaking forum rules posting the pic. Your photos are terrific as usual. Thank you. M4

Love the XP 👌🏻 [nt]

 By: KMII : March 30th, 2019-01:18
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I may be arriving a bit late to the party but I really like the strap in the top photo, any idea what it is?? [nt]

 By: Thomas_3 : May 6th, 2019-13:55
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Blue merino wool, lined in brown alligator, Thomas.

 By: Ano Nuevo : May 15th, 2019-17:33
The L.U.C. XP in photo 1 above also includes a second, cognac-colored alligator strap, I believe.
I wonder why they dropped the blue cashmere strap used on the original stainless steel LUC XP, and chose merino wool for this newer variant... hmmmmm...
Ano “That is a gorgeous, simple Chopard!” Nuevo