New Alpiner Automatic and Alpiner Automatic Chronograph Watch from Alpina
The current Alpiner Collection line of luxury watches from Swiss maker Alpina, is influenced by an Alpiner automatic model from the 1950’s. Two new watches include the Alpiner Automatic and Alpiner Automatic Chronograph.
Each luxury watch features clean lines and a stylish dial design. They also offer the classic reliability and high quality you expect in a luxury watch. Alpina has been manufacturing fine watches since they invented the modern, sports watch back in 1938.
The new Alpiner Collection by Alpina is simply the elegance of sports and fine craftsmanship from a Swiss watchmaker.
The new watch collection features a combination of the “glass box” sapphire crystal with the dome shaped sunray finish dial with a clear cut case and lugs. The result is stunning as it gives the stylish Alpiner watches a unique classic look but at the same time, appear quite contemporary. The watch’s 3-link bracelet also adds the unique combination of elegance and performance.
Alpiner Automatic (AL-525)
The Alpiner Automatic sports watch from Alpina encases the AL-525 automatic 3 hands date movement. This incredible watch has a 41.5 mm diameter is available in three sunray finished dial colors: silvered, grey plus black. The dial also has rose gold colored indexes and numerals which can be seen under the anti-reflective treated “Glass Box” sapphire crystal.The new Alpiner Automatic comes in stainless steel, in addition to bi-color, stainless steel yellow PVD coated versions. Customers can also choose between a stainless steel or genuine leather bracelet.
Alpiner Automatic Chronograph (AL-750)
The new Alpiner Automatic Chronograph sports watch from Alpina is engineered similarly to the Alpiner Automatic watch. The handsome looking Alpiner Automatic Chronograph surrounds the AL-750 chronograph movement. It comes with a telemeter scale on the watch dial to assist with time-distance calculations. This new luxury sports watch from Alpina is available in four different dial variants, including: black, silvered, silvered with grey “eyes” plus grey. The watch also features rose gold colored indexes and numerals. The stainless steel case is 41.5 mm in diameter and can be purchased with either a stainless steel or genuine leather bracelet.
On the back of either Apliner watch model is the engraving of the iconic Alpina “3 summits” symbol. This classic symbol represents the mighty Swiss mountain peeks – Jungfrau, the Monch and the Eiger. This style has been the Alpine brand signature since 1883.