Thursday, 29 September 2011

The L.U.C. Triple Certification Tourbillion Watch

The L.U.C. Chopard Triple Certification Tourbillion watch is the picture of luxury. The watch gets its name from the three prestigious certificates its excellence in design has earned it: COSC, the Poincon de Geneve and Fleurier Quality Foundation.
Crafted using 18 carat rose-gold chassis, the hand-bound caliber 02-13-L watch continues the companies tradition of creating masterful wrist-candy. The small cutout near the the 6-o-clock slot show off inner workings of the watch illustrating the meticulous craftsmanship of Chopard. The watch boasts a reported 33 jewels, a frequency of 28,000 v/ph and a unique 4-barrel Quattro mechanism. The watch also has an astounding nine-day power reserve.
The immaculate face is protected by a sapphire crystal cover, which is anti-reflective and capable of protecting the watch from moisture at a depth of 50 meters. All this gorgeous detail is secured on the wearer’s wrist by a brown strap made of brown alligator leather finished with a rose-gold buckle.

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