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In 1908, Alpina launched its red triangular emblem which was dubbed the ‘Alpiner’. The name ‘Alpiner’ was again mentioned when the brand was celebrating its 70th anniversary in 1953 with the ‘Alpina 70’. On the dial of Alpina 70, a beautiful faceted golden ‘Alpiner’ was stamped. In 2014, the brand launched the Alpina Alpiner collection cementing the decades-long heritage of the ‘Alpiner’.
Melting the long drawn tradition of building sports watches into the Alpina Alpiner collection, Alpina provides the perfect experience of holding a true sports watch. Deriving most of its DNA from the Alpina 4 timepiece, the Alpina Alpiner collection is strong and sturdy in nature. Offering excellent precision coupled with properties consisting of the brand’s DNA, the Alpina Alpiner collection is one of the most sorts after sports watches in the market.
With a clean dial and minute markers on the outer bezel, the Alpina Alpiner collection offers better visibility and ruggedness. The features that surround the Alpiner collection are derived from the Alpina 4 timepiece with the characteristics of being antimagnetic, antishock, water-resistant and stainless steel. Further cementing the idea of a rugged timepiece, the Alpiner Extreme watches offer a screwed-down case with protected crowns. The Alpiner collection is also equipped with a chronograph and a GMT variant with similar design philosophies. Apart from these two complications, the Alpiner also features a regulator. The Alpiner Regulator is available in different variants such as the Extreme Regulator and Regulator Automatic.