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Alpina Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz

Watches to please water sports lovers.

The Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz was born out of an union between the Seastrong Diver collections and the Comtesse range, whose ladies’ models already feature in the Maison’s Alpiner collection. Their union has given rise to these brand new diving watches exclusively for women. 

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz © Alpina

Designed to be used by those for whom the seas and oceans represent ground for exploration, the Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz is made for diving. It has an guaranteed 300 m water resistance, graduated unidirectional bezel, screw-down caseback and crown and broad luminescent hands to ensure one’s immersion time in the depths is easy to see. 

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz © Alpina

Alpina is offering four different variations, three steel or rubber straps and, even more excitingly, mother-of-pearl dials (blue or white) revealing iridescent reflections reminiscent of the surface of the ocean. Each piece displays its Alpina DNA through the Maison's iconic red triangle on the seconds hand counterbalance, as well as at 12 o’clock on the unidirectional bezel and on the dial. On the caseback, you’ll find an engraving specific to Alpina diving watches, incorporating Alpine peaks and the trident of the deep sea.  

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz © Alpina

The AL-240 quartz calibre will ensure the watch keeps accurate time (for nearly four years) and also shows the date, revealed through a window at 3 o’clock. The new Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz features an impressively slim 34 mm steel case and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz

Seastrong Diver Comtesse Quartz © Alpina

 

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