Alpina debuts a new design joining its series of ‘Extreme’ watches, which first came out nearly 20 years ago. It is distinguished by moderate proportions, an eye-catching dial texture, a bezel with triangular screws, and an integrated rubber strap. Joining the Alpiner collection, the new Extreme Automatic features a cushion-shaped steel case with dimensions of 41×42.5 mm and a water-resistance of 200 meters.
The noctilucent dial, which was designed with maximum readability in mind, is available in black, green, and blue. The rubber grip on the crown which sports a protection guard is color-coordinated. The Alpiner Extreme Automatic beats to the rhythm of the AL-525 caliber, based on Sellita SW 200. the movement boasts a customized rotor which can be spotted through the exhibition case back.
The Alpiner Extreme Automatic is available for retail beginning in November at a price of approximately $1,400 when converted to USD.
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