Chopard – Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Chronograph
The new Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique is a super energetic self-twisting chronograph, with a vintage contact, that Chopard created in respect to the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique that will happen in Monaco on the few days of May tenth – eleventh 2014 with the interest of old Bugatti, Ferrari, Lotus, Cooper and Lola vehicles.
The 44.5 mm case is water impervious to 100 meters and is made of matt titanium aside from the bezel and the back which are in cleaned spotless steel. The back is engraved with the logo of the Automobile Club de Monaco which arranges the commemorative Grand Prix. The etchings of the titanium chronograph pushers are by one way or another suggestive of vehicle cylinders.
The clarity of the watch is upgraded by the arrangement of differences on the dial, highlighting splendid yellow hands for the chronograph part, alongside luminova-treated dark hands for the hours, minutes and seconds, all standing apart obviously against the silver-conditioned or dark snailed background. The hour-marker ring is planned the entirety of a piece like a brake plate and interspersed by bolt molded hour-markers which are also filled with luminova.
Oneself winding chronograph development offers a force hold of 46 hours and it is COSC-confirmed as a chronometer.
A titanium collapsing catch gets a dark calfskin tie with huge openings and yellow fastens. The Chopard Grand Prix de Monaco Historique may likewise be fitted with a discretionary woven nylon NATO-type dark lash with yellow stripes.