In 2014, Chopard launched the first watch in the world made from Fairmined gold from South America. This creation, limited to 25 editions, demonstrates the commitment of Chopard to sustainable and fair luxury through its The Journey project that began in 2013. At its heart beats a Chopard self-wound mechanical movement, the L.U.C 02.13-L, certified chronometer-grade by the COSC, a rare attribute for a tourbillon, proving Chopard's great watchmaking expertise.
Fully developed, produced and assembled in the Chopard High Watchmaking workshops, the L.U.C 02.13-L is a hand-wound mechanical movement with a tourbillon. It offers a 216 hour power reserve (9 days) thanks to its four barrels (Chopard Quattro technology). This exceptional movement, COSC-certified, featuring the Geneva Seal and having received Qualité Fleurier certification, consists of 227 components.