replica Chopard Alpine Eagle watches
With the new Alpine Eagle, Chopard is once again entering the luxury sports watch market.
Inspired by the Maison St. Moriz models introduced in the 1980s, but inevitably recognizing the influence of iconic timepieces such as the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Patek Philippe Nautilus and the first Vacheron Constantin Overseas.
Available in stainless steel, yellow gold, bi-material or diamond-set yellow gold, and in two sizes (41mm and 36mm), the new model is themed around the eagle and its environment, including a textured dial that evokes its iris, hands Calling for feathers like birds of prey, cold steel.replica swiss watches
Featuring a one-piece case and bracelet with polished and matte finishes, the Alpine Eagle features a circular bezel dotted with eight screws, set in pairs at four cardinal points, their slots matching the circle of the bezel cut.
These screws also have a technical function that ensures the watch is water resistant to 100 meters / 330 feet.
The outstanding feature of the case is the protection of the large crown engraved with the compass rose. The steel used by Chopard is called Lucent Steel A223 and is the result of a remelting process which makes it highly skin compatible, more wear resistant and particularly reflective.
The tapered Alpine Eagle bracelet consists of one ingot-shaped link topped with a polished center cap. A stainless steel triple folding clasp secures the luxury watches for sale on the wrist.
Like the hour markers, the hour and minute hands are coated with Super-LumiNova Grade X1 for improved nighttime readability.
The two self-winding movements embedded in the Alpine Eagle models are manufactured in-house and certified by the Observatory of the Swiss Official Chronometer Control System.
The 41mm model features a 4 Hz (28,800 vph) 01.01-C movement with a 60-hour power reserve, while the 36mm model features a 3.5 Hz (25,200 vph) 09.01-C movement with a 42-hour power reserve. Both are available via See the transparent sapphire crystal case back. Jacob & Co. ASTRONOMIA TOURBILLON