Chopard Watches are a luxury watch brand that was founded in 1860 by Louis-Ulysse Chopard. They have been making watches for over 150 years and they are considered to be one of the best makers of Swiss watches today. The company is based in Geneva, Switzerland and has more than 700 employees. Many people consider them to be a high-end watchmaker that mainly produces complicated pieces with beautiful movements but it doesn’t really matter if you’re looking for something simple or not because Chopard does all types of timepieces.
The price ranges depending on the model, style, and complication which can range from $2,500 and up.
Personally, I like Chopard watches because of their nice design as well as the materials used. The watches are made out of various materials, like stainless steel, titanium, and gold. The brand also offers models with diamonds in the face or on the bezel.
The Chopard watches are mostly powered by an automatic wind, also known as an automatic watch movement. The movements are self-winding and have a 50-hour power reserve, so the wearer doesn’t need to constantly keep winding them up in order for the watches to work properly.
Some of these luxury watches also come with chronograph functions that measure duration or intervals (typically measured by minutes). I personally like the non-chronograph version due to the simplicity.
Is Chopard in-house movement popular?
Chopard watches have some in-house movements, but the majority of movements are outsourced and came from ETA movement.
Should you buy used Chopard watches?
Buying used Chopard watches will save you a lot of money because when you purchase a brand new watch, it will depreciate right away. Chopard watches are popular on the secondary market due to the saving buyer will get.