Leaping: Chopard launches the Alpine Eagle XL Chrono
Sophisticated and modern day are the perfect words to go into detail the Chopard Alpine Bald eagle collection, which spreads it is wings and showcases the 1st automatic flyback chronograph. The first collection was launched in 2019 with only time and date in addition to time models, but this specific collection is soaring as a result of Chopard's in-house column-wheel movements.
The Chopard Alpine Eagle XL Chrono is a sporty one : it's big, as you'd probably expect from an XL trek - measuring 44mm inside diameter and 13. 15mm thick. There are three awesome variations of this timepiece. Lucent Steel A223 steel will come in two versions - any steel alloy created by Chopard and partner Voestalpine Böhler - with a harsh azure or black dial. The next is an ethical rose gold as well as steel release with a dark-colored dial for a beautiful two-tone finish.
The metal is hypoallergenic and even created from recycled steel, making it a lot more scratch-resistant than regular stainless. It's good to know the rose gold used comes from puits that participate in the Europe Quality Gold Association or maybe the Responsible Jewellery Council.
gift of characteristics
Electroplated blue or perhaps black dial with sunburst pattern inspired by irises
An bald eagle that, according to Chopard, gives a feel that nature is the most accomplished of all muses.
The counterweight of the rhodium-plated second hand is shaped such as an eagle's feather in the model of an arrow.
A solid design includes a circular bezel together with eight aligned screws around the classic tonneau-shaped case. The particular polished and brushed finish off makes this watch look extremely expensive. The one-piece bracelet showcases the case and features a great ingot central link and also two outer links with beveled polished edges and a multiply folding clasp for extra safety.
The case gets to form the lugs as well as the first link of the pendant, allowing for a smooth combination between the head and the bracelets, with stunning lines, since seen in automatic watches.