Friday, 27 May 2016

Chopard L.U.C. Perpetual Twin Watch Review

The Chopard L.U.C. Perpetual Twin, in steel, therefore, is both an end in itself, and a means by which the company hopes to get out the message that there's more out there at the high end than the usual suspects. The L.U.C. Perpetual Twin's dial and case have a very definite Art Deco feel – especially the hands, which, with their setbacks just past where the lume begins, look like stylized skyscrapers. The oversized, mirror-polished Roman numerals, large date display, choice of fonts, and black-and-white color scheme all further underscore the Deco influence on the design of the Perpetual Twin

The design's distinctive, without falling afoul of the trap of trying to seem novel for the sake of novelty. It's always difficult to come up with original and also genuinely tasteful designs in watchmaking, and most watches resort, more or less, to a fairly small repertoire of well-worn visual tropes; the Perpetual Twin has a great, individual design identity that also happens to work very well.

The movement here is the Chopard L.U.C. 96.51-L. This is a 33 mm x 6 mm, micro-rotor equipped, self-winding movement, running in 27 jewels, with twin mainspring barrels and a 58-hour power reserve, beating at 28,800 vph.

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