The specific and technical design of the Alpina watch reflects the core values of the Alpina brand. These are an enviable level of precision, effortless time-reading, shock-resistance, durability, as well as reliability.
A 46 mm daring case makes this watch extremely pleasant to wear. The timekeeper is available in two case variations: the first is rendered in stainless steel and the second one, dubbed “Full Black”, is manufactured from black PVD steel. Each interpretation is fitted with a black PVD-treated bezel, affixed by six Alpina screws.
The dial finish is presented in two versions: the first exposes red sub-dials, thus ensuring accurate time-reading, and the second one is a full mat black dial, which adds a stylish touch to the timepiece. The latter demonstrates clear, delicately brushed steel Alpina Double Digit indexes.
You should agree to Watches.InfoNIAC.com that the new design elements happen to be far more extreme, than those traditional ones that also remain present in the exterior of the timepiece. The chrono sub-dials, located in the dial center, enfold a centralized date aperture.
Inside the Alpina watch there is the self-winding caliber AL-850 chronograph, equipped with a black PVD proprietary oscillating weight of the brand, which can be admired through the exhibition window in the case-back. The dial and the case-back are both protected by sapphire crystals.
A highly advanced product from a technological stand point, the novel Alpina Extreme Chrono Double Digit watch has definitely enriched the striking Alpina Extreme line.
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