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Chopard creates its most accurate timepiece yet

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by Sally Ashley-Cound


Chopard’s newest watch, the LUC 8HF, is its most accurate to date. Running at a higher frequency of 57,600 vibrations per hour, the movement has undergone several years of testing by Chopard and the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), meeting the most stringent watchmaking standards.

The higher operating frequency means that the watch is less sensitive to disturbances and therefore even more accurate than Chopard’s earlier models. Housed in a matt-finish titanium case, this groundbreaking watch has a magnifying glass built into its half-closed back, allowing wearers the chance to appreciate the high-frequency movement inside.

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