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Alpina - Alpiner 4 Chronograph and GMT/24H

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In 1938 Alpina presented the Alpina 4, one of the first modern Swiss sport watch. The 4 in the name was used to remark the 4 distinctive features of a sport watch: 1) Antimagnetic, 2) Antishock, 3) Water-resistant and 4) made of Stainless Steel.

In 2014, Alpina revives the Alpina 4 concept with its new Alpiner 4 collection comprising a bi-compax Chronograph and a GMT/24H model.

The Alpina Alpiner 4 Chronograph promises resistance and performance. 
Its 44 mm steel case is water resistant to 100m (330ft) and is engineered with a soft-iron core which protects the mechanical movement against magnetic fields up to 4 800 A/m without any impact on its accuracy.
The 360° turning compass bezel, in steel with black PVD coating, offers the user an easy way to set the compass by coupling it with the 24H scale on the outer ring of the dial. The sunray dial has large applied luminous indexes for perfect readability and the "4" logo to remind that the model possesses all the four key qualities of a sport watch.
Engineered with the same principles and designed with the same codes as the Chronograph version, the Alpiner 4 GMT/24H features a new and easy-to-use GMT functionality allowing the user to set the local time by independently moving the hour hand from hour to hour. 
The 24H hand displays the home time and indicates if it is day or night.

Both the Alpiner 4 Chronograph and the Alpiner 4 GMT come with two dial variants, black or silver, and can be fitted with a stainless steel bracelet or an alligator strap. The automatic movements, the AL-860 for the Chronograph and the AL-550 for the GMT/24H, beat at 28,800 vibrations per hours with a power reserve of 38 hours.

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