With the new L.U.C Flying T Twin, Chopard is unveiling its first calibre equipped with a flying tourbillon. This technically and aesthetically sophisticated timepiece is distinguished by its remarkable charisma: a hand-guilloché gold dial, impeccable proportions and an ultra-thin case in ethically certified “Fairmined” rose gold make it a truly exceptional creation within the L.U.C collection. This extremely refined 50-piece limited series designed for contemporary gentlemen connoisseurs of Fine Watchmaking is certified by the “Poinçon de Genève” quality hallmark.
Entirely developed, produced and assembled in Chopard’s Fine Watchmaking workshops and certified as a chronometer by the COSC, the L.U.C 96.24-L self-winding mechanical movement is the first self-winding flying tourbillon calibre to be developed by the Chopard Manufacture. It oscillates at a frequency of 25,200 vibrations per hour (3.5 Hz) and offers a 65-hour power reserve thanks to Twin technology: a patented Chopard system that combines two coaxial barrels, a particularly remarkable feat given the movement’s extreme thinness at just 3.3 mm thick. Benefiting from Poinçon de Genève certification, this movement is wound by a 22K gold micro-rotor.