Introduction To Chopard Chronograph

Just like a classic racing car that thrives during the race, the 2010 Grand Prix de Monaco Historique CHRONOGRAPH chronograph watch series combines bold and advanced aesthetic concepts with unparalleled chronological performance. This watch has a contrasting black aluminum bezel and silver dial with a leather strap and a self-winding mechanical movement certified by the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC). Since 2002, Chopard has been a partner of the world-famous Monaco Antique Car Competition, and pays tribute to this collection of the world’s best antique racing cars with a carefully crafted watch series.

Chopard Chronograph: bold design, more popular

Chopard Chronograph: bold design, more popular

Chopard Chronograph: bold design, more popular

The first Grand Prix de Monaco Historique contest was held in 1998 to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the Grimaldi family’s ascension in the Principality of Monaco. It only allows antique racing cars to follow the same racing road line of Formula 1 Grand Prix and cross the streets of Monaco. It is a unique antique version of the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Initially, the organizers only planned to hold the competition once, but due to the huge sensation effect, they responded to public opinion and held it every two years.

Chopard Chronograph: bold design, more popular

Chopard Chronograph: bold design, more popular

Over the years, the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique has become the best meeting place for antique car lovers, and has also attracted antique car collectors from all over the world, especially the United States, Britain, Germany, France and Italy. Every two years, it gathers more than 200 vintage cars, including the once glorious classic models of Bugatti, Delage, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Jagua, Maserati and Ferrari, as well as those manufactured by Brabham, Lotis and Williams before 1979 Formula One racing.

Chopard Chronograph: bold design, more popular

The Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Chronograph series launched by Chopard this time, as always, implements the spirit of this extraordinary event. The self-winding mechanical movement of the watch has been certified by the Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory (COSC), marking that its accuracy and reliability have reached the highest standards in watchmaking. All requirements. The case diameter is 42.5 mm. It is available in stainless steel and 18k rose gold. It is waterproof to 50 meters and has a power reserve of 48 hours. In addition to the hour, minute, date display and small seconds at 9 o’clock, it also has a central chronograph second hand. And 30-minute and 12-hour counters. The bottom cover of the watch is engraved with ‘Grand Prix de Monaco Historique’ in honor of it.
Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Chronograph 2010 chronograph watch series, both aesthetically and technically, is as bold as those who inspired its creations. The subtle silver dial is decorated with a concentric guilloch guilloche pattern, and the minute scale with fluorescent hour markers is black and orange in stainless steel watches and black and blue in rose gold. In response, the black anodized aluminum bezel also uses silver and orange or blue scales.

Chopard Chronograph: bold design, more popular

Stainless steel Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Chronograph2010 chronograph watches are available in leather or stainless steel. The black Barenia calfskin strap, in addition to the perforated design, is also decorated with orange lines. The black perforated barenia calfskin strap on the 18k rose gold watch is decorated with blue lines and is limited to 250 pieces, which is noble. The stainless steel or 18k rose gold folding buckle engraved with the Chopard logo makes the strap connection safer and more reliable.