Keeping up with the Chinese year of the Dragon, Chopard has come out with a L.U.C Tourbillon Dragon watch that sports “movement bridges adorned with gravure à filet (fillet engraving)” that is reminiscent of a distinct engraving skill found in Fleurier village situated in Canton Neuchâtel. The 39.5 mm watch comes encased in an 18-carat rose gold case which is 10.82 mm thick, and covered with glare-proof sapphire crystals.
The Chopard L.U.C Tourbillon Dragon sports a 18-carat white gold 6 mm crown with L.U.C logo. The watch comes with 30-meter water resistance and a 9-day power reserve. The dial face and hands are cast using guilloché silvered 18-carat gold, and the watch is finished with a hand-sewn strap in brown alligator leather with an 18-carat rose gold pin buckle. The watch is limited to just eight units.