See Chopard’s 2022 Novelties

Lindsay Judge   |   30-03-2022

Scroll down to see highlights of Chopard’s latest novelties as presented at Watches and Wonders 2022.


The Sound of Eternity


To mark the 25th anniversary of the L.U.C collection, Chopard presents three new chiming watches. The L.U.C Strike One is a new 25-piece limited-edition design in ethical 18-carat rose gold and offers a new acoustic and aesthetic dimension. This watch chimes at every hour on a Chopard-patented monobloc sapphire of which the acoustics have received the artistic endorsement of cellist and violinist Gautier and Renaud Capuçon.


L.U.C Strike One ©Federal-Studio


The musical brothers have acknowledged all its emotional depth and created a sound that captures the essence of this watch. The L.U.C Full Strike Tourbillon which comes in a 20-piece limited edition offers Exceptional strikework and a quintessential complication.


L.U.C Full Strike Tourbillon ©Federal-Studio

This new creation takes its place among the most sophisticated and the most innovative Grand Complication watches ever created to date.

L.U.C XPS 1860 Officer ©Patrick Csajko


The L.U.C XPS 1860 Officer timepiece in 18-carat yellow gold is an ultra-thin watch with an officer-type back cover, in which distinction meets discretion. Limited to just 50 pieces this exceptionally refined watch features a hand-guilloché dial ad an equally guilloché officer-type back cover that opens to reveal the ultra-thin 3.30 mm L.U.C 96.01-L movement. It is equipped with the first Chopard Manufacture calibre presented in 1997, and endowed with Chopard Twin technology and a 22-carat gold micro-rotor, epitomising all the elegance and fine craftsmanship of Chopard Haute Horlogerie. It is limited to just 50 pieces.


Alpine Eagle XL Chrono ©Patrick Csajko


The sporty Alpine Eagle is introducing its flyback chronograph fitted for the first time with a contemporary rubber strap. The Alpine Eagle XL Chrono in Lucent Steel A223 is available in Aletsch Blue or Pitch Black dial and remains strongly inspired – like the entire collection – by the power of the eagle and the beauty of the Alps. Two new models feature an extra-large 44 mm-diameter case in Lucent Steel A223. Each of these watches features the Chopard 03.05-C movement developed and assembled by the artisans in the Maison’s watchmaking workshops. It has a 60-hour power reserve and features an elaborate design guaranteeing accurate adjustments and optimal use of the chronograph functions.


Happy Sport Chrono ©Federal-Studio


In ladies watches highlights include the new Happy Sport Chrono offers a feminine icon with a new version that is sporty by nature, elegant in essence and stylish in design. This 40mm diameter watch features seven dancing diamonds that swirls around the dial, framed by a case made from 18-carat rose gold. The Happy Sport Chrono is powered by a chronograph movement boasting COSC-certified chronometer precision and endowed with a 54-hour power reserve. It is paired with a blue leather strap that contributes to its chic yet casual appearance.


IMPERIALE Flying Tourbillon ©Patrick Csajko


An exclusive 8-piece edition of the IMPERIALE Flying Tourbillion combines the Maison’s expertise in watchmaking and jewellery skills to create a timepiece that is truly a work of art. This watch is one of the only ones on the market that bears both the Chronometer-certification and the Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark. Created by Chopard’s artisans, the aventurine dial is ‘embroidered’ with a mother-of-pearl marquetry lotus blossom. Very few jewellery watches are equipped with self-winding movements”, notes Chopard Co-President Karl-Friedrich Scheufele. “Those with a horological complication are even rarer. Our flying tourbillon timepieces are the only ones in this universe to guarantee COSC-certified precision and to be granted the prestigious Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark.” This watch truly pushes the boundaries of high watchmaking.


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Alpine Eagle Flying Tourbillon ©Federal-Studio


Happy Sport Métiers d’Art