Alpina – Alpiner 4 Chronograph “Race for Water”
An authority ally of the Race for Water Foundation which battles for the protection of freshwater and seas, Alpina has made an uncommon, restricted release watch: the Alpiner 4 Chronograph “Race for Water”.
The new watch embraces the establishment tones with a silver and blue sunray dial with applied iridescent files. The nickel hands are additionally treated with white iridescent covering. The two counters are situated at 3 o’clock (chronograph 30-minute counter) and 9 o’clock (consistent seconds).
The Stainless steel 44 mm case measurement is included with a bi-directional compass bezel and houses the AL-860 automatic development beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour with a force save of 38 hours. Based on the Sellita SW500 chronograph development, the AL-860 chronograph type has been altered by Alpina to highlight a “Bi-Compax” counter design for greatest comprehensibility.
The watch is hostile to attractive with an ISO764 confirmation up to 4800 A/m (Ampere per meter) and offers water protection from 100 meters/330 feet.
Conveyed in a unique wooden blessing box and fitted with a dark croc strap , the Alpina Alpiner 4 Chronograph “Race for Water” (ref. AL-860AD5AQ6) has a retail cost of Euro 2,750/US$ 3,495.00.
Alpina will give 50 Swiss Francs for each Alpiner 4 “Race for Water” Chronograph offered anyplace on the planet to the establishment.