Swiss Movement Replica Watches Alpina Startimer Pilot Chronograph Grey Dial Men’s Watch Item No. AL-372BGR4S6
Each share the exact same general dial features and case design, apart from the colour options.The case of these watches has stayed more or less the same in past Startimer Pilot Automatics. Having a very simple and sturdy design, the watches come equipped with a oversized crown standard of today’s pilot watch layouts, while the solid caseback features an engraved Alpina emblem. Depending on the colour choice, every watch will probably come on either a black, dark blue, black or brown leather strap.On the dial, the stools have an outer minute track using the new trademark red triangle at the 12 o’clock position, along with applied Arabic numerals split using rectangular markers at each one of the quarter hours. The minute and hour hands possess a distinctive, curved design to them, although the easy red seconds counter again offers the brands emblem as its counterweight. There is a subtle, yet incorporated date window at the 3 o’clock position that’s hardly noticeable upon first glance — a useful feature which will help maintain the aesthetic focus on the rest of the dial.Alpina Startimer Pilot Automatic – white dialPowering the watch is your automatic caliber AL-525, based on the Sellita SW 200 because its base movement. The Alpina-finished caliber has an approximately 38-hour power reserve, typical of pilot watches at this price segment.Perhaps most especially: Alpina has made it clear that none of those costs on any of the new models will surpass 900 euros, or about $975. Over the past several decades, Alpina — combined with its sister manufacturer Frédérique Constant — has become well known for its relatively accessibly priced watches, and these new timepieces appear to be continuing this trend. This statement in pricing comes on the heels of the last iteration of this Startimer Pilot Automatic, in which the pricing set by the brand generally hovered around $1,500.