The World’s Thinnest Automatic COSC & Geneva Seal Stop-Seconds Tourbillon

The most game-changing tourbillon on market today is the Chopard L.U.C 1860 Flying T Special Revolution, and here’s why.


Why Should You Care?

The watch you’re looking at from Chopard L.U.C is, in my opinion, one of the most significant tourbillons ever created in the history of watchmaking. Why, you ask? Let’s list out the reasons. First, Chopard is one of only two brands that have made a Geneva Seal and COSC-certified tourbillon; the other is Patek Philippe .

Second, the watch is the only automatic flying tourbillon that is Geneva Seal and COSC certified, period. Third, it is one of only six tourbillons in existence from major watchmakers that feature a stop-seconds function. Fourth, it has the world’s smallest and thinnest stop-seconds tourbillon mechanism, which has, in turn, allowed Chopard to create a truly elegant and infinitely wearable timepiece at 36.5mm in diameter and a mere 8.2mm in thickness. Now, let’s go through each of these reasons in more depth.


    August 2021


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