One of the most complicated Chopard LUC timepieces, the LUC Perpetual T is perpetual calendar with tourbillon, and more than a week's worth of power reserve.
Made in-house by Chopard like all the rest of the LUC line, the Perpetual T is Chopard's flagship timepiece for Baselworld 2013. Building on the movement of the even more complicated LUC All-in-One, the Perpetual T has a perpetual calendar with large date display, though no moon phase.
The sub-dial at nine o'clock shows the day of the week, and day and night display, while the one across indicates the leap year and month.
At six o'clock is the tourbillon regulator, with Chopard's distinctive shuriken-shaped tourbillon cage. The Perpetual T is a COSC certified chronometer.
The movement has four barrels, and a nine day power reserve. Like the other top-end LUC watches it is beautifully finished, and has the Geneva Seal.
LUC cal. 02.15-L
The dial side of the movement
The rose gold case is 43 mm wide and features a silver-plated solid gold dial.