To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the L.U.C Swiss watch collection, the team at famed watchmaker Chopard has created a one-of-a-kind transparent watch. Crafted with impressive new technology, crystal clear glass, and trademark movement, the Chopard L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire watch will be released as a limited edition watch for collectors worldwide. The new Chopard L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire watch features a 360-degree view of the internal mechanisms, giving an unparalleled view of the movement and technical components within. The transparent watch case is made entirely of corundum crystal, otherwise known as sapphire, displaying the watch in perfectly clear detail. Watch enthusiasts will delight in the uniqueness of this watch’s design.
The Chopard L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire measures 42.5 mm in diameter and features a redesigned minute repeater. Powered by the L.U.C 08.01-L2 movement, the L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire is a mechanical, hand-wound watch. This watch also features an impressive 60-hour power reserve. The limited-edition watch is also the first non-metallic timepiece to be awarded the Poinçon de Genève hallmark, symbolizing its achievement in both design and movement. The watch features a black alligator leather strap secured with a standard buckle.
Limited to only five pieces, the Chopard L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire is a rare find for watch enthusiasts and collectors. The watch can be purchased from select retail stores or by emailing Chopard directly for more information.
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