There exist few watchmakers in the world capable of fabricating the caliber of product exhibited in the Chopard L.U.C. Complications series. In its creation, Chopard conceived of and manufactured completely original movements, which is an exceedingly rare achievement in the timepiece trade. But the story doesn't end there. Not only has Chopard developed its own movements; it has simultaneously made a major innovation in watch function.
Chopard's Controle Officiel Suisse des Chronometres (COSC)-certified L.U.C. calibre features the world's first quad-barrel configuration, capable of supplying between seven and nine days of continuous power during extended periods of inactivity. Indeed, the watch enthusiast will discover a wealth of matchless and highly coveted features in this family of fine Chopard timepieces.
Several timepieces in this line of Chopard luxury watches almost magically combine so many complications that every millimeter of both the front and rear of the case is devoted to displaying a swell of living, breathing analog information, no doubt a feat in the digital age. While Chopard's engineering and manufacturing expertise are evident in each of the timepieces in its stunning L.U.C. Complications collection, the company's horological creativity further distinguishes it as a leader in the luxury watch industry.
Take, for example, the Chopard L.U.C. Tourbillon Tech Twist, a wristwatch like no other. With its crown offset at 4 o'clock and a large dial cutout showcasing its magnificent tourbillon sitting at 7 o'clock, the piece is one borne of supreme originality and imagination. Watches in this collection offer case materials including stainless steel, 18 karat gold and ultra-pure platinum. With wristwatches like those in the Chopard L.U.C. Complications series, it isn't difficult to understand why Chopard timepieces become instant heirlooms.