The chic and casual Happy Sport line springs a surprise by plunging into intense blue maritime depths in giving life to the new Happy Ocean a maritime watch for the fairer sex. Water-resistant to 300 meters, it is equally at ease going with the joyful flow of a creek, as when chilling on the deck of a sailboat.
Dedicated to seaside pleasures, it sends the famous moving diamonds of the Happy Sport line dancing across its dial, like the oxygen bubbles that accompany divers in their discoveries. Its two-tone rotating bezel forms wave-like notches ensuring an optimal grip under water. The hands and hour-markers light up in various colors during immersion – green for the indications required during a dive, and blue for the others.
Powered by an in-house automatic movement, the Happy Ocean watch also introduces a NATO strap, a first for Chopard’s ladies’ watch collections. The watch features a 60-hour power reserve and has hours, minutes, seconds and date function while the stainless steel case measures a 40 mm diameter.
The watch is available in with a unidirectional bezel in two-tone blue and turquoise or blue and raspberry dial, with an aluminum insert featuring white Super-LumiNova® dot with green emission. An anti-reflective sapphire crystal covers the watch which is water-resistant to 300 meters. The watch dial is navy blue and has five moving diamonds.
Louis-Ulysse Chopard founded his own workshop in 1860 in Sonvillier, the Swiss Jura. Since 1963 Chopard is owned by the Scheufele family and its headquarters are located in Geneva. Internationally renowned for its watch and jewellery creations, the Group today employs over 2000 people worldwide. The company is independent and vertically integrated, controlling the entire process from design to distribution through 1600 points of sale and more than 147 dedicated boutiques. Over 30 different crafts are practiced in six manufacturing sites with a strong emphasis on in-house training.