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Alpina Alpiner Extreme Automatic

A New Design and Limited Edition

Gearing up to celebrating its 140th anniversary in 2023, Alpina has just relaunched its Extreme collection that made a strong impression when it was launched in 2009. The robust and sporty spirit remains, yet with more elegant proportions as well as a contemporary and original design. The new Alpiner Extreme Automatic is available in three highly legible and functional blue, black and green versions. In parallel, Alpina has created a 50-piece limited series in collaboration with the Fine Watch Club and featuring a winter vibe: snowflake dial, fir green hands and strap, as well as the figure “22” appearing in green at 10 o’clock (22:00) on the dial as a nod to the year of its rebirth. This is the first time that Alpina has produced such a limited special series, available to members of the GMT and WorldTempus club of passionate enthusiasts. As usual, Alpina is offering these models at a very accessible price point. All of which means there will be plenty to smile about in the mountains throughout the season!

Alpiner Extreme Automatic

Alpiner Extreme Automatic © Alpina

Alpiner Extreme Automatic

Case:brushed steel, bezel with six screws, case-middle reinforcement, rubber-grip crown guard, transparent sapphire caseback, water-resistant to 200m
Size: 41x42.5mm
Movement: mechanical self-winding (Caliber AL525, 38h power reserve)
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date
Dial: textured blue, black, green (or white in limited edition Fine Watch Club)
Strap/bracelet: rubber or steel
Limited Serie: of 50 (in white)
Price: CHF 1,295 


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GMT Magazine n° 80 © GMT magazine


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