New Alpina Extreme Watch - Robust and Reliable

Mar 02, 2009
Acting as the official timer of the famous 12 Hours of Sebring endurance race, Alpina has created a limited edition watch dedicated to the Florida circuit - the Alpina Extreme. The timepiece will be unveiled at Baselworld 2009.

The new Alpina Extreme watch has been created to reflect the fundamental values of the brand: utmost precision, absolute reliability, perfect legibility, shock resistance, and robust design.

The case of the watch is crafted in black PVD steel and measures 48mm in diameter. It is coupled with a synthetic fibre with carbon finishing strap fitted with a black PVD folding clasp.

The transparent case back allows to have a look at the inner life of the watch. The timepiece is 200-meter water-resistant.

The matt black dial of the Alpina Extreme watch features black carbon fibre central part. It is completed with luminescent white and red applique hour markers and Arabic numerals and luminescent hands. The date window is originally nested between 4 and 5 oclock. The dial is shielded by sapphire crystal.

The Alpina watch is animated by an automatic mechanical movement - AL-525, operating at 28,800 vibrations per hour. The movement incorporates black rotor and bridges decorated with circular graining and Cotes de Geneve. It gives an advantage of a 42-hour power reserve.

The Alpina Extreme watch will be available in a limited number of just 257 pieces.

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