Alpina is adding four new Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic models to its mainstream plunge watch collection this year. A commonsense and tough looking watch, the updates are generally esthetic and are equipped towards making the Seastrong Diver 300 considerably more clear. Straightforwardly roused by the brand’s legacy, these new models proceed with the pleased custom set up a century ago by Alpina watches, specifically the 1960s Seastrong 10 .
The four new models in the Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic collection are introduced in steel 44mm cases, three of which are done with a titanium PVD covering and one with a bronze PVD covering. Each of the four models have to some degree a vintage vibe going on, however this is generally articulated with the bronze model. Its dull earthy colored/dark dial highlights applied beige radiant files – often alluded to as “fauxtina” – and is outlined by an hour long unidirectional earthy colored bezel with beige brilliant markers.
The titanium-covered models offer the decision of a dim or naval force blue dial, with a coordinating dark or naval force blue unidirectional bezel. Every one of the four models currently include an area dial complete with a part ring. The plan seems, by all accounts, to be acquired from the Seastrong Diver GMT and, alongside the enormous radiant records and hands, help make the watch considerably more readable. A date window shows up at 3 o’clock while the triangle on the bezel at 12 o’clock is a gesture to the brand’s logo.
The case is appraised water-impervious to 300m (1,000ft) and is furnished with a straightforward screw-in caseback and screw-in crown. Inside is the AL-525 automatic type, beating at 28,800vph and offering a 38-hour power hold – this development is a strong, Swiss-made Sellita base. Every one of the four models are conveyed on vintage leather ties with an extra elastic strap.
There are as of now a few Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic models in the line-up thus it isn’t evident whether these new models will supplant the current ones or complement them. As consistently with Alpina, these models offer incredible incentive for cash. Proposed retail cost is EUR 1,295 for each of the four models. More data at www.alpinawatches.com .