The perfect dial and bezel visibility are all essential for professional divers who often find themselves in deep or murky waters as for them it is lifesaving to be aware of the time spent under water, or the minutes of air supply still available.
The new Alpina watch provides a number of professional diving features. It is 300-meter water-resistant. The case-construction incorporates a screw-in crown and a screw-down case-back. One more important feature is its jet black polished unidirectional rotating 60min diving bezel completed with luminous markers. The face of the model is shielded by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal.
The rich black dial bears white luminous indexes. The bright white minute hand stands out due to its luminous orange borders. As for the seconds hand, it has been designed with the signature Alpina triangle presented also in orange. You will notice the large three-day date display at 3 o’clock.
The Alpina Extreme Diver 300 Orange watch has been created in two versions - one automatic and one mid-size, quartz caliber.
The automatic model demonstrates a 44mm stainless steel case that houses an automatic mechanical movement – Caliber AL-525. The 26-jewel mechanism, beating at 28’800 alternations per hour, provides a 38-hour power reserve. You can drop a glance at the heart of the watch via the see-through case-back. The model is available with a choice of diver’s rubber, metal or metal mesh straps fitted with a security folding clasp.
The new Alpina Extreme Diver 300 Orange Automatic watch is delivered in a specially designed gift box shaped as a diving bottle. It contains an extra swimsuit nylon strap.
As for the new Alpina Extreme Diver 300 Orange Midsize quartz watch, it features a 38mm case that accommodates a quartz movement – Caliber AL-240 with 45 months battery life. The case-back of the model is engraved with a diving theme. Divers can choose between rubber or metal straps.
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