Replica Buying Guide Alpina Startimer Pilot Automatic Black Dial Steel Men’s Watch Item No. AL-525B4S6B
In 2014, Alpina launched its Alpiner 4 collection, according to a classic version from 1938 and integrating the “four essential characteristics” that define a sports view: anti-magnetism, shock resistance, water-resistance, and stain-resistance. This year, the brand adds two new members into the Alpina 4 family, the Alpiner 4 Automatic and the The Alpiner 4 Automatic, the initial simple, three-hand date version in the collection, includes a 44-mm stainless steel case and a bidirectional rotating bezel which can be used for time events. Three dial colors are accessible — silvered, black, and Alpina’s trademark “glacier blue,” that was reintroduced for this particular model. All of these Automatics include stitched leather straps, brown or black, with reddish lining.Like the very first Alpiner 4 GMT from 2014, the newest GMT Alpiner 4 GMT “Business Timer” is powered by the Sellita-based Alpina Caliber AL-550, which features automatic winding and also the exact same variety of jewels, frequency, and power reserve as the motion at the automatic. This movement controllers a GMT (second-time-zone) function which enables the user to set the local time by individually moving the hour hand at one-hour increments while the crimson, arrow-tipped 24-hour hand consistently displays the house time. The view gets its nickname from its red-and-blue “Pepsi” GMT scale around the dialup, whose color scheme reflects business-opening hours around the world, enabling a traveler to check at a glance if his home time zone is open for business. The steel case is 44 mm in diameter and contains a bidirectional turning bezel; the dials — accessible here in black or silver — are sunray-finished with applied luminous indices and luminous-coated nickel palms.