This fantastic new timepiece is distinguished by its hand-guilloché gold dial, superb proportions and an ultra-thin case, in ethically certified “Fairmined” rose gold. It is limited to just 50 pieces. Inside its slim 40 mm diameter case is a new caliber, developed specifically for this timepiece and rounding off the range of complications featured in L.U.C models. It is regulated by a flying tourbillon as well as being automatic, a twin first for Chopard. This chronometer-certified movement also features a stop-seconds device, which is extremely rare on a tourbillon.

The flying tourbillon is highlighted through an aperture at 6 o’clock. A snailed motif appears around the chapter ring, while the central medallion is adorned with a honeycomb motif introduced in the 2017 L.U.C XPS 1860 Officer edition. The ruthenium grey dial strikes a contrast with the rose gold hands and hour markers.

Caliber 96.24-L is just 3.30 mm thick, the same size as the first Chopard Manufacture movement, Caliber 96.01-L, from which it has evolved. Its diameter, its 65-hour power reserve and its automatic winding via a 22K gold winding rotor are all in place. The movement has no date, in order to preserve the purity of the design and leave space for the tourbillon.


Post the launch of the L.U.C Flying T Twin, the manufacture has further enhanced the watch to an exclusive limited offering, in platinum and diamonds. The L.U.C Flying T Twin Baguette timepiece represents all the suave elegance of a gentleman on the red carpet, and the exclusivity of the Cannes Film Festival, with only 10 pieces to be produced.