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The ever versatile L.U.C. Sport 2000

November 5 2006 at 4:30 PM
RyanS.  (Login RyanS.)
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I recently acquired a L.U.C. Sport 2000 with SS, Silver face, with bracelet....What a great, versatile watch.

I think that its really the epitome of the elegant sport watch. You can really dress it up or down....wear it with jeans or a suit. The silver face is just beauitul and rich with detail. The bracelet is just about one of the most comfortable ones I've ever tried on, and it looks refined and elegant as well.

I wish that I had pictures to share, but the camera is out of commission. I just wanted to share my satisfaction with everyone.



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(Login MelvynTeillolFoo)

Thanks for your thoughts and >>

November 6 2006, 8:46 AM 

here are some older links, some with pictures already



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(Login bernardcheong)
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Chopard with the vision of their leader KFS has made great headway.

November 7 2006, 4:31 PM 

Personally, I was very ignorant of Chopard before 2006.

Today, I would say that like Harry Winston, the company had to weave a way out of, and yet retain their strenght as a jewelry firm.

The GREATEST forte is their expertise with metal. That transaltes into case works. In fact, their skills and software with handling metals in making jewelry, gives them a big edge in case design and even the actual case finish..whcih is very obvious on the products...even more on the LUC.

The dial work and detail is the most impressive I have seen, comparing well with some AHCI makers of the highest repute.

To top that, the man, KFS, has great taste and is a real life watch person, not an implant from the automobile industry that is "just doing his job".
This makes the most difference to the vision of LUC.

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(Login JiaXian)
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I agree...

November 13 2006, 2:32 AM 

My experience with the silver dial LUC Sport 2000 is that it is one of the most elegant sports watches out there, perhaps even more so than a Royal Oak. Congrats on the new watch!


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