L.U.C XPS

Poinçon de Genève

LIMITED EDITION

The L.U.C XPS Poinçon de Genève is a discreet and elegant ultra-thin model. Its platinum case has a thickness of just 7.13 mm. Beneath the simple blue dial beats a chronometer-certified mechanical self-winding calibre with a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and a 65-hour power reserve, a guarantee of precision and reliability.... Bearing the prestigious Poinçon de Genève hand-engraved on the case-back, this model comes in a limited edition of 25.
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Ref. Number:
161932-9001

Specifications

FUNCTION(S):
stop seconds
INDICATION(S):
hours and minutes, small seconds, date
CERTIFICATION(S):
Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark, Chronometer certificate issued by the COSC
LIMITED EDITION:
25
MOVEMENT:
L.U.C 96.01-L
TYPE OF WINDING:
self-winding mechanical movement
MOVEMENT DIMENSIONS:
Ø 27.40 mm
MOVEMENT THICKNESS:
3.30 mm
POWER RESERVE:
65 hours, L.U.C Twin Technology (two stacked barrels)
FREQUENCY:
4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour)
OSCILLATING WEIGHT:
22-carat gold
BALANCE WHEEL:
with three spokes
BALANCE SPRING:
with Phillips terminal curve
DECORATIONS ON MOVEMENT:
bridges adorned with Côtes de Genève, circular-grained mainplate
JEWELS:
29
NUMBER OF MOVEMENT PARTS:
208
MATERIAL:
platinum
CASE DIMENSION(S):
Ø 39.50 mm
CASE THICKNESS:
7.13 mm
DIAL:
blue sunburst dial
FRONT GLASS:
glareproofed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
CROWN MATERIAL:
18-carat white gold
WATER-RESISTANCE:
30 metres
STRAP:
blue alligator leather strap (matt square plate) with hand sewn matching tones
BUCKLE MATERIAL:
18-carat white gold
BUCKLE TYPE:
pin buckle
CHOPARD BOUTIQUES EXCLUSIVITY:
Yes
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Chopard Watch L.U.C XPS Poinçon de Genève

Movement

Chopard Watch - L.U.C XPS Poinçon de Genève

L.U.C Calibre 96.01-L was the first movement created by Chopard Manufacture after its founding. In this respect, it symbolises the companys return to the extremely select circle of authentic Haute Horlogerie manufactures. The creation and launch of this ultra-thin movement measuring just 3.30 mm thick and housed in the L.U.C 1860 watch were honoured in 1997 by the awarding of the Watch of the Year title by the Swiss magazine Montres Passion/Uhrenwelt. The L.U.C Twin technology of this bidirectional self-winding movement ensures a 65-hour power reserve. Its micro-rotor type oscillating weight is in 22-carat gold, its balance spring has a Phillips terminal curve, and the exceptional care devoted to its finishing and decoration earn it the right to carry the prestigious Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark. This micromechanical masterpiece serves as the base mechanism for ten or so different movements.
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