The L.U.C models are the most complex, exclusive, and refined that Chopard makes. Created in 1996, the dedicated factory called Chopard Manufacture is based in the Swiss Jura and currently produces about 5,000 movements, all decorated and finished in a traditional way. In 2000, Chopard introduced the Quattro, which offers a superior power reserve thanks to serially operating twin spring barrels. At that point in time, long power reserves were an exception, and the Quattro system proved the quality of Chopard’s engagement as regards its L.U.C unit.
The L.U.C watches are also the most tested and certified of the brand. During their conception phase, the movements were conceived and manufactured so that they could be stamped with the Geneva Seal.