The L.U.C 1937 now returns in two classic and timeless versions. The first features a porcelain-type white dial with black transferred Roman numerals and minute track. The second has a satin-brushed silver-toned dial punctuated by applied rhodiumed Roman numerals and a transferred minute track. Both have Dauphine hands personalised for the L.U.C collection in rhodium or black depending on the version. The 42 mm-diameter steel case of the L.U.C 1937 model is characterised by an innovative profile and timeless curves. Its screw-lock crown at 3 o'clock guarantees water resistance to 50 metres. It is adorned with a vertical satin-brushed finish on the sides, along with polished lugs and a sapphire crystal case-back. The L.U.C 1.010 movement: precision and performance The L.U.C 1937 model beats to the rhythm of the new L.U.C Calibre 1.010 and its 28,800 vibrations per hour. This mechanical self-winding movement is chronometer-certified by the COSC and has a 60-hour power reserve. Its construction designed to achieve faultless reliability drives the hours, minutes and central seconds hands, as well as a date display through a window at 6 o'clock. It also features a stop-seconds function enabling easy and accurate time-setting. The precise and high-performance L.U.C Calibre 1.010 represents a significant landmark in the history of L.U.C movements, since its construction serves to increase production volumes and thus consolidate Chopard's independence. These new subtly elegant L.U.C 1937 men's watches are fitted with a black alligator leather strap lined with brown alligator leather and secured by a steel pin buckle.
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