L.U.C XPS TWIST QF FAIRMINED

40 MM, AUTOMATIC, CERTIFIED FAIRMINED ETHICAL ROSE GOLD

LIMITED EDITION

CHF 19,300
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Ref. Number:
161945-5001
The L.U.C XPS is an exceptional timepiece, bearing the respected Fairmined label. The watch's gold originates from community-based artisanal and small-scale mining organisations developed under the Alliance for Responsible Mining. Chronometer-certified by the COSC, its self-winding L.U.C Calibre 96.09-L is housed inside an ultra-thin case and protected by glareproofed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Outside, its unique galvanised dial is inspired by gold nuggets and features a sophisticated slate-grey colour and a subtle curve. This 250-piece limited edition timepiece expresses the passion and innovation of Chopard and bears the prestigious Fleurier Quality Foundation label.
Case & Dial
CROWN MATERIAL:
18-carat rose gold
CASE-BACK:
see-through sapphire crystal
WATER-RESISTANCE:
30 metres
CASE DIMENSION(S):
40.00 mm
DIAL:
in a slate grey colour obtained by galvanic treatment - hammered finish inspired by the texture of gold nuggets
Strap & Buckle
STRAP:
black alligator vegetal tanning (matt) with hand sewn matching tones , lining: alligator brown
BUCKLE MATERIAL:
18-carat rose gold
BUCKLE TYPE:
pin buckle
INDICATION(S):
hours and minutes, small seconds
MOVEMENT:
L.U.C 96.09-L
TYPE OF WINDING:
self-winding mechanical movement
FREQUENCY:
4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour)
POWER RESERVE:
Power Reserve of approximately 65 hours, L.U.C Twin Technology (two stacked barrels)
OSCILLATING WEIGHT:
22-carat gold
LIMITED EDITION:
250
JEWELS:
29
More Information
Entirely developed, produced and assembled in the Chopard High Watchmaking workshops, the self-winding mechanical L.U.C 96.09-L movement beats to a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4Hz) and possesses a 65-hour power reserve thanks to Chopard’s Twin technology, a system patented by Chopard combining two coaxial barrels. Bearing the Fleurier Quality Foundation seal and COSC certification as a chronometer, it represents a particularly remarkable technical achievement in view of the extreme slenderness of the movement at 3.3 mm of thickness.