of Chopard Alpine Eagle The sports watch collection, dedicated to the Swiss Alps and one of their most fascinating animal species, the eagle, welcomes a new dial color available for the 41-mm lineup. Ahead of the latest additions like Aletsch Blue, Bernina Gray and Absolute Black colorways, the new “Pine Green” is inspired by the natural colors that shape the beauty of the alpine biotope.
The expressive shade is highlighted by a distinctive signature shape with a radiating pattern that evokes the eagle eye and provides a striking backdrop to the rhodium-plated or gold-plated hour markers and luminescent-plated enhanced hands. Positioned between 4 and 5 o’clock, the date is indicated on a color-coordinated disc.
This execution of the Alpine Eagle is available in Chopard’s genuine lucent steel A223 or 18-carat rose gold. In accordance with the ethical commitment of preparation, the brand claims that its gold is ethically sourced and that its Lucent Steel A223 is made from 70% recycled material. In addition to its anti-allergenic composition, the special steel offers properties comparable to surgical steel, making it highly dermo-compatible. With a resistance of 223 Vickers, this alloy is 50% more resistant to abrasion than conventional steel and has exceptional hardness. The case has a height of 9.7 mm and is water resistant to a depth of 100 meters.
Inside this modern luxury sports watch we find Chopard’s 01.01-C automatic manufacture caliber, which offers a 60-hour power reserve, COSC chronometer certificate, stop seconds function and precise finishing, which is brought back to life by the exhibition case.
A portion of the proceeds from the sales of these models will be donated to the Alpine Eagle Foundation, whose programs have already enabled the reintroduction of the white-tailed eagle to the Lake Geneva area. The price is approximately $54,305 for the Gold execution and $15,781 for the Lucent Steel A223 when converted to USD.
In keeping with the trend of smaller proportions, Chopard introduced an additional five iterations with a new case diameter of 33 mm. They are also available in Lucent Steel A223 and the brand’s Lucent Steel A223 ethical 18-carat rose gold as well as two-tone combinations and diamond-set bezel options.
The small case is 7.95 mm thick and water-resistant to 50 meters, with a self-winding Chopard 09.01-C movement that ticks at a precise 25,200 vibrations per hour (3.5 Hz). Boasting a 42-hour power reserve, this caliber is also equipped with a stop-seconds function for precise time-setting and earns a COSC chronometer certificate for proven accuracy. Retail starts at around $10,500 when converted to USD.
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