(On-screen text: Chopard Presents)
(Wei Koh and Karl-Friedrich Scheufele talk in a room flooded with light)
[Wei Koh] A beautiful white gold blue dial version of one of my favorite watches which is the L.U.C Flying T Twin.
(Motion design of a blueprint of a Chopard watch)
(On-screen text: Chopard Manufacture)
(On-screen text: A Gentleman's Talk - L.U.C Flying T Twin)
(On-screen text: Wei Koh - Founder of Revolution & The Rake)
(Wei Koh holds up the Flying T Twin watch, admiring it as he speaks)
[Wei Koh] Which is, incredibly enough, a COSC-certified Geneva Seal micro-rotor bidirectional winding stop second tourbillon.
[Karl-Friedrich Scheufele] Stop second!
(On-screen text: Karl-Friedrich Scheufele - Co-President of Chopard)
[Wei Koh] Stop second tourbillon, which I only discovered when I was playing with our special edition of this watch.
(Close-up shot of the L.U.C watch with its textured midnight blue dial and white gold details, with the tourbillon spinning)
[Wei Koh] What I love about this watch, also, is the innovation you had for stopping the tourbillon. Because, if I'm not mistaken, the majority of those watches stop the balance wheel. But here, you stop the cage. And you've done it in a mysterious way where you can't really see it because it's hidden beneath the dial.
[Karl-Friedrich Scheufele] But basically, when you stop the cage, you stop everything, so... the balance wheel will continue to run, there's no difference.
[Wei Koh] Yes, because it's the cage that's engaged in the third wheel that's engaged in the entire gear train. So as soon as that stops, the whole gear train stops, right? That's incredible. Then what I love about it is, because it's twin barreled, and from the beginning you want the 1.96 to be strong enough to drive other complications...
[Karl-Friedrich Scheufele] We can drive this tourbillon, we can drive... the perpetual calendar.
[Wei Koh] Then because the quality of power is so strong, when you press the button, it goes right back up to speed.
[Karl-Friedrich Scheufele] And the wonderful thing about this watch, you were just showing it from the side, it's probably also one of the thinnest flying tourbillons around.
(Close-up shot of the brushed white gold side of the watch, showing how fine it is, with the L.U.C logo engraved on the crown)
[Wei Koh] 8.2mm if I'm not mistaken, which to me is a remarkable...
[Karl-Friedrich Scheufele] With automatic winding.
[Wei Koh] Incredible.
[Karl-Friedrich Scheufele] Thank you.
[Wei Koh] Congratulations to you, sir.
(Wei Koh and Karl-Friedrich Scheufele shake hands)
[Karl-Friedrich Scheufele] Thanks.
[Wei Koh] Thank you, Karl-Friedrich.
(On-screen text: L.U.C Flying T Twin)
(Close-up of the watch with the tourbillon spinning in the dial)
(On-screen text: COSC, Poinçon de Genève)
(On-screen text: Chopard - The Artisan of Emotions - Since 1860)