Chopard L.U.C Full Strıke Sapphıre boasts ıncomparable tonal rıchness and acoustıc ıntensıty

To mark the 25th anniversary of its L.U.C collection, Chopard has created a peerless transparent timepiece. In addition to the monobloc dual-gong/crystal construct, the entire bezel, caseband, crown, case-back and rear glass of this new L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire model are cut from blocks of sapphire.

Measuring 42.5 mm in diameter and totally transparent, the L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire timepiece is the first minute repeater watch whose case is made entirely of corundum crystal, better known as sapphire, offering a 360-degree view of a movement with exceptional finishes. This five-piece limited series gets the very best from sapphire, resulting in a veritable horological musical instrument.

The L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire is the first non-metallic timepiece to bear the prestigious Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark, covering both the design and finishing of the case and movement. The L.U.C Full Strike Sapphire watch inherits the latest advances with which the L.U.C 08.01-L movement is endowed.