Finishing on Chopard 1.010?

 By: Fernando Bandeira de Melo : December 24th, 2019-12:14
Hey guys,
I am facing ta great opportunity of purchasing a pre-owned Chopard 1937 in Rose Gold for a great price, but unfortunately I don't have the opportunity to see the watch in person, as I live in Brazil, at a city that has nothing close to a Chopard Boutique! So, I was wondering how is the finishing on the Chopard 1.010 movement, is it as hand-finished as the 3.96? Are all Chopard L.U.C watches hand finished?

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 By: Cpt Scarlet : December 24th, 2019-16:05
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Finishing will be well above par, but it won’t be as finished as the more expensive and complicated L.U.C.s

 By: Boron : December 24th, 2019-16:30
An older thread that may help

I do not think the finishing is the same grade as those of the masters of finishing like Vari, Roger W. smith, Credor Etchi, philipe dufour... but.....

 By: Spencer Karrington : December 25th, 2019-20:00
It is an amazing watch and I think that Chopard makes some of the most interesting and unique in house watches. So I think you should totally buy it as it is a bit more of an unusual choice, the company is family owned, and they make some amazing movements. The finishing, I think, is just as good as a Patek Phillipe and Montblanc (for their miderange/cheaper models) and the movement architecture is really amazing. Again, one of my faviorite watch brands. Here is an article I think you might find interesting /