In 1993 Caroline Scheufele devised the Happy Sport watch, which has since become one of the cornerstones of the house of Chopard and achieved its fame and reputation because of the diamonds dancing across the dial. Many variations later the Happy Sport was given a self-winding mechanism on the occasion of its 20th birthday in 2013.
And now Chopard introduces a bi-colour version with automatic movement and a 42-hour power reserve. Meanwhile, to maintain the ‘happy’ image, the characteristic diamonds (7 in total) move across the guilloché dial. This display happens in a 36mm case made of steel and 18-carat rose gold.