Alfex Marks 60th Anniversary with Pazzola Giant Alarm Watch

Dec 18, 2009
On the occasion of its 60th anniversary, the horological company Alfex has enriched its Bernhard Russi collection with an innovative and strikingly original creation.

The Pazzola Giant Alarm mechanical watch offers an alarm function for the first time animated by a special disc. It is incorporated into the movement and located behind the dial. This extraordinary model, distinguished by the alluring Marcus Eilinger design, brings the Swiss-Italian watchmaker to a new level of development. The release of the new Alfex watch has been restricted to just 600 pieces.

The Pazzola Giant Alarm watch accommodates a manually wound movement - MC 96.1, 12 calibre, embellished with 19 rubies. It reveals bridges, graced with Cotes-de-Geneve finish. The movement of the watch offers the functions of hours, minutes, seconds and the alarm, mentioned above. It boasts a 38-hour power reserve.

The entire mechanism is housed in a case, sculptured in 316L steel. Both the dial and the case-back of the timekeeper are protected by anti-reflective sapphire crystals.

The dial of the Alfex watch is available in two color versions: silver and black. It is equipped with numerals and hour-markers, which are tipped with a coat of Superlumnova. It makes the dial visible even in most extreme low-light situations. A particular highlight of the dial is a 12-hour alarm disc, positioned in the centre.

The Alfex Pazzola Giant Alarm watch is secured to the wearers wrist on a supple leather strap with a safety butterfly buckle. The watch provides 100-meter water-resistance.

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