Category: Chopard

Detailed Review With The Chopard L.U.C. Time Traveler One

Best Watches Online to buy : The Chopard L.U.C. Time Traveler One

Chopard L.U.C. Time Traveler Watch Seems to be in 2015 and 2016 fashion. With the recent release of a fairly large selection of traditional world origin time watches can date Louis Tenant, who produced the Patek Philippe blueprint in the 1930s. The design is based on two crown control campaigns that can simultaneously tell the “New York Times” in many cities, from 24 cities around the world, sometimes up to 41 cities. Early tenant design also showed 24 time zones. Chopin’s replicas opted for the debut of their world timers using the same blueprint outlined by the tenant with the 24 time zone L.U.C. Time Traveler.

The Time Traveler One is available in a platinum case with a very attractive blue grey dial, a rose gold version, and a very sporty looking version in stainless steel. read more


Introduce The Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie High Jewelry Watches

Chopard is a charming red carpet famous jewelry collection and exaggerated jewelry watch is a man of complications and internal movement. Co-president Carolyn Scheufele is the longtime patron of the Cannes Film Festival and designer of the star (Chopin Jewel decorated with a long winning Oscar-winning actress), and one of the most extraordinary designers of the era. The company’s new tradition of creating a special jewelry watch in its Imperiale collection is therefore welcome, a collection of classification tables, such as Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie, may be very collectible. read more

Chopard in 2016 – A Year of Anniversaries

Ralph Simons, Chopard’s North American CEO joined iW Magazine to discuss two U.S-only limited editions that honor the brand’s 40 years in the U.S market, 40 years of the Happy Diamonds collections, and two decades as a manufacture. 2016 is a milestone year for high quality Chopard. The watchmaker hit Baselworld with its newest L.U.C model, the L.U.C Perpetual Chrono, and in doing so, Chopard marked its 20th anniversary as a builder of movements. read more

Las Vegas Hosts Watch and Jewelry Shows This Week

The Couture show at the Wynn Las Vegas (June 2 – 6) and the JCK show at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino (June 3 – 6) were augmented by a couple of new shows to add to the mix (and to the cab fares). These included the JIS Exchange in partnership with JCK at the newly renovated Tropicana, and the World Watch Market at the Trump International. The JIS Exchange was a trade-only jewelry buying and selling event held for the first time in Las Vegas, June 3 through yesterday, while the World Watch Market was a brand-new effort at a consumer watch show, held Saturday and Sunday, June 4 and 5. It was a busy week in Las Vegas, with the annual jewelry and watch shows in town. read more

The Best Chopard L.U.C Turns 20

Well known for its jeweled timepieces, nice dress watches for men and its Mille Miglia sports models, Chopard at that time was not yet known for watch movement manufacturing. Because very few watch firms made in-house movements, Chopard’s reliance on supplied movements was not at all unusual at that time. So when Chopard debuted its L.U.C collection to join that small group of Swiss watch manufacturers, the introduction marked a turning point in the firm’s long history. The watch industry was impressed in 1996 when Chopard first debuted its L.U.C caliber, followed a year later by L.U.C 1860, Chopard’s first L.U.C watch. read more

Show You Mille Miglia & Chopard

As has been the case since 1988, Chopard co-president Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, a passionate racecar driver, collector and a car enthusiast, will also join the speedy motorcade, this year alongside his long-time friend Jacky Ickx in a Porsche 550 Spyder RS. The competition is reserved for classic and vintage cars that have raced in one of the historical races between 1927 and 1957. The 34th edition of the Mille Miglia classic car race begins on May 19 in scenic Brescia, Italy, with more than 400 teams set to traverse the one-thousand-mile distance to Rome and back. read more

Let’s Countdown To TimeCrafters 2016

As team iW arrived at 66th and Lexington this morning, we were greeted with the sound of hardware tools and looking at finishing touches at TimeCrafters 2016. All of our team was excited by the improved scope of the luxury watch show and excited to see all of the programming offered.

Walking around the booths, watches featured and discussed all year on our site and in our magazine are on display at the Park Avenue Armory from May 13-15. (Particularly excited about the Vacheron Constantin Reference 57260 and Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon). The 18 brands will show their best at TimeCrafters, and unless you travelled to Baselworld in March or were lucky enough to attend the trade-only SIHH in January, chances are you haven’t yet seen any of the debut 2016 timepieces that are shown. read more

We All Have Happy Mother’s Day

Where to begin when trying to choose from among the plethora of ladies—and unisex—watches available? I think it’s best to consider the three Bs: behavior, budget and boldness. Behavior refers to whether or not the “giftee” is the sporty type or more formal. This would determine whether a sport watch, a dressier watch or a transitional piece would work best. Is she trendy or classic? Reserved or boisterous? “Behavior” also influences whether or not a mechanical watch or a quartz piece would be in order. Is Mom intrigued by the inner workings of a watch, or is she the grab-and-go type who cares little about what goes on inside? read more

Introduce Madison Avenue Watch Week To You

Initially launched as a loose model of NY Fashion Week for the watch industry, the event strives to bring the Baselworld and SIHH experience to Madison Avenue by allowing collectors and enthusiasts the opportunity to see the year’s best new releases hands-on in March rather than having to wait it out until retailers take deliveries later on in the year. Now into its 6th year and still going strong, Madison Watch Week came to a close this past Wednesday. read more