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Alpina 44mm Startimer Pilot Heritage Automatic

Product SKU: AL-525BBG4SH6

£995.00

1 in stock

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Description

Description

The Startimer Automatic Heritage is a reissue of one of Alpina’s earliest pilot watches. Staying true to the original design, this vintage style pilot watch offers a 44mm stainless steel case with a hinged case back which allows you to view the AL-525 automatic movement through an exhibition back. This nostalgic timepiece is limited to 1883 pieces and features luminous arabic numerals, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and a soft vintage style leather strap. Casual and bold, the Startimer Automatic Heritage will appeal to all aviation and watchmaking enthusiasts.

Product Specification

Highlights:

  • Alpina AL-525 Automatic Caliber
  • Matte Black Dial, Applied silver indexes with beige luminous treatment
  • Hand Polished silver hands with beige luminous treatment and silver seconds hand with red triangle

Movement Features:

Caliber: AL-525 Automatic

Jewels: 26

Power Reserve: 38 hours

Functions: Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date

Case Features:

Materials: Polished Stainless Steel 3 Parts Case

Crystal: Convex Sapphire Crystal

Dial: Dark Grey Dial, Sunray Finishing with applied silver luminova indexes

Water Resistance: 10 ATM/100M/330FT

Diameter: 44mm, Thickness of 11.55mm

Strap: Dark Brown calf leather strap with off white stitching

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Product Reference: AL-525BBG4SH6

About Alpina

Switzerland has been synonymous with quality watch-making craftsmanship throughout the history of the industry, with Swiss-made timepieces renowned across the globe for their excellence and precision engineering. Alpina watches were one of the first recognised brands categorised as ‘sports’ watches since the launch of the Alpina 4 back in 1938. While the Alpina brand suffered a set-back along with other Swiss horologists during the ‘quartz crisis’, when cheap, mass-produced watches gained popularity over supreme Swiss mechanics, the brand made a comeback in 2002. The introduction of several new lines for men and ladies including the all-new Alpiner 4 and the Alpina Seastrong Diver 300, which brought the Alpina watch definitively back to the top of the market.

 

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