Chopard has added a new dial to its line of Alpine Eagle models, a successful representative of the luxury sports watch segment with integrated bracelet, striking with its pine green hue.
The Alpine Eagle collection also serves as the canvas for Horobox's third limited-edition watch project, now in two new editions. A collection that stands out for its unique details and history behind it, welcomes two new references with pine green dials.
The new collection features a modern Alpine Eagle case design with a diameter of 41 mm and a thickness of 9.7 mm. The sporty case is available in the brand's patented stainless steel alloy Lucent Steel A223 and an 18K 'ethical' rose gold option, with sapphire crystal glass on both sides. This highly sought-after case features a round bezel with 8 grub screw details and is water resistant to 100 meters with the help of the screw-down crown.
Both versions feature a new dial in a pine green hue, which we believe will please users who are particularly keen on this colour. The Alpine Eagle's pine green dial is inspired by the forests that cover the Alpine habitat, with a characteristic stripe pattern reminiscent of the iris of an eagle's eye. This fun dial, which appeared in a bold red hue in the Horobox limited edition series, is ready to conquer hearts this time in a pine green hue.
At the heart of the new watch is the Caliber Chopard 01.01-C, which also breathes life into the past. Automatic movement designed and produced in-house, consisting of 207 components/31 jewels COSC certified movement beating at 4Hz (28.800vph) and offering 60 hours of power reserve when fully wound.
According to the reference, the signature metal bracelet that accompanies this model is available in Lucent Steel A223 and 18K "ethical" rose gold.