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Chopard News

Monday 16 January, 2012 - 09:50 AM EST

New Chopard Happy Sport watch

The Hour Glass Valentine’s Day limited edition

Chopard, the renowned Swiss watch and jewellery maison, teams up again with The Hour Glass to create a dazzling, limited edition of its iconic Happy Sport Valentine’s Day timepiece.

Following last year’s success with the limited edition Chopard Happy Sport watch in black ceramic with the signature mobile diamonds for Valentine’s Day, Chopard is pleased to present the fifth instalment of another limited edition - Chopard Happy Sport Pink Amour in a stainless steel oval casing with fuchsia pink crocodile leather strap and a delicate free-moving heart.

The Happy Sport Pink Amour in stainless steel with a mobile diamond encased within a free moving white gold heart; limited to only 150 stainless steel pieces and 10 diamond bezel pieces, is sure to mesmerise even Cupid himself. This version is produced especially for Valentine’s Day 2012 and available exclusively at The Hour Glass and Chopard boutiques.

Chopard Happy Sport Pink Amour watch will be released as a limited edition of 150 stainless steel pieces (ref SGD6,730) and a limited edition of 10 diamond bezel pieces (ref SGD29,890), that will be only available at Chopard Boutiques. 


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Thursday 12 January, 2012 - 09:50 AM EST

L.U.C. Triple Certification Tourbillon for Chopard

Most prestigious certifications in Swiss watchmaking

The Chopard L.U.C Triple Certification Tourbillon has received the three most prestigious certifications in Swiss watchmaking, becoming the first watch to do so.

This stunning timepiece has been awarded the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres, or COSC) certificate, the Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark, and the Fleurier Quality Foundation label. They provide assurance of superior quality, precision and reliability never before see.

The COSC is the only neutral body able to grant the title of ‘chronometer.’ To earn certification, a movement must be built with utmost care and precision, as well as endure 15 days of tests conducted in five different positions and at three different temperatures.

The historic Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark requires strict compliance with 12 exacting criteria, ranging from the integrity of the materials, the craftsmanship of components, as well as movement construction and assembly.

And finally, the Fleurier Quality Foundation certification, the most difficult to obtain, subjects the timepiece to the unparalleled Chronofiable testing procedure, as it evaluates long-term resilience by simulating six-months wear through strains such as impact, wrist movement, and variations in humidity. 

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