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Alpina Startimer Pilot Chronograph Quartz

In preview of Baselworld 2018 Alpina unveils a new Startimer chronograph.

Alpina has a rich history in aviation and Startimer is its pilot line. Fifty years ago, Alpina was the official supplier for military aviation watches to continental air forces and since then the brand has continued to honor this legacy. In 207, for example, the brand welcomed champion air racer, Mike Goulian as their new ambassador, and formed a new collaboration as the Official Time Keeper of Team Goulian in the Red Bull Air Race World Championships.

Startimer Pilot Chronograph Quartz

Startimer Pilot Chronograph Quartz © Alpina

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The five new Startimer chronograph watches come in a 42mm stainless steel dial but sports three different styles. The first is available in a sunray navy blue dial with a matching blue nylon strap or a stainless steel bracelet. The second showcases a creamy beige dial also with a choice of either blue nylon strap or a stainless-steel bracelet. Finally, the third is an all-black version, the case being coated with lack PVD, for the more daring pilots.

Startimer Pilot Chronograph Quartz

Startimer Pilot Chronograph Quartz © Alpina

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All versions have a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and a specially engraved case-back with the Alpina logo. They are water-resistant to 100m. Each dial is decorated with white or blue luminous indexes and hand-polished hands. The three counters placed at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock display the small seconds counter, the 30-minute counter and days of the week respectively. A date window was added at 4 o’clock to complete the functionalities. THe functions are powered by the high precision Swiss quartz movement AL-371.

Startimer Pilot Chronograph Quartz

Startimer Pilot Chronograph Quartz © Alpina


 

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Established in 1883, Alpina is recongised as the inventor of the sports watch as we know it today, having presented its Alpina 4 model back in 1938.

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