Relojes Alpina, Este año Relojes Alpina presenta 2 novedades de excepcion en su catálogo: el Modelo de Relojes Alpina "Avalanche Extreme Regulateur 1883" con un precio muy adecuado en relación a su calidad entre los relojes de hombre y el Reloj Alpina "Avalanche Ladies Chronograph" a un precio muy competitivo entre los relojes de mujer con el reloj "Extreme Regulateur 1883" La Casa de Relojes Alpina hace referencia a su año de Fundacion, rindiendo homenaje a su propia historia. La Marca de Relojes Alpina no su suele hacer publicidad de su genuino pasado, por lo que el nuevo regulador puede ser considerado como una excelente plataforma para divulgar toda su herencia historica que ha quedado plasmada en su amplio catálogo de relojes tanto de hombre como de mujer.

 

Relojes Alpina, se aproxima al mundo femenino mediante su modelo de reloj "Avalanche Ladies Chronograph" un modelo que refleja el estilo de vida propio de los deportes de montaña mas elitistas y de los exclusivos resorts, su esfera blanca, se ha decorado con un patron vertical Cotes de Geneve, proporcionando al conjunto un aspecto especialmente distinguido, una fuerte caja de acero, adornada con 24 diamantes VS Top Wesselton que otorgan a la propietaria del reloj mucho caracter y feminidad.

 

AVALANCHE EXTREME REGULATEUR Movimiento de cuerda manual calibre AL650 caja de acero inoxidable de 48 mm. fondo cristal zafiro, esfera negra, sumergible 100 metros, pulsera correa de caucho o armis de acero integrado en la caja Previo Venta Recomendado 1.290 Euros

 

AVALANCHE LADIES CHRON Movimiento de cuarzo suizo calibre AL-350 caja de acero inoxidable de 36 mm. esfera plateada con decoracion Cotes de Geneve sumergible 100 metros correa de caucho gris o armis de acero Precio Venta Recomendado 1.490 Euros con 12 diamantes y 1.990 Euros con 24 Diamantes.

 

AVALANCHE CHRONOGRAPH Movimiento Cuerda Automatico Mergefield calibre AL700 caja de acero de 42 mm. con decoraciones en caucho esfera negra, cristal zafiro, sumergible 100 metros correa de caucho negra Precio Venta Recomendado 1.290 Euros

 

AVALANCHE REGULATEUR Movimieno de cuarda manual calibre AL650 caja acero fondo cristal zafiro, esfera negra, sumergible 100 metros pulsera caucho o armis acero Precio Venta Recomendado 990 Euros HERITAGE AL-850LBB3H16Movimiento cuerda Automatico, calibre AL 850, caja de acero, esfera negra, cristal zafiro convexo, sumergible 100 metros, correa de piel cosida a mano Precio Venta Recomendado: No Disponible

 

STARTIMER AL-750LBS4R16 Movimiento cuerda automatica calibre AL-750, caja acero fondo transparente, esfera negra, cristal zafiro convexo, sumergible 100 metros, correa piel cosida a mano Precio Venta Recomendado 1.990 Euros

 

ALPINA WATCHES Everything started in 1883 when Gottlieb Hauser, watchmaker in Winterthur, founded the Swiss Watchmakers Corporation (“Corporation d’Horlogers Suisse”). A number of watchmakers joined to purchase watch components and organized their manufacturing. Quickly, the new concept gained acceptance. Together with qualified manufactures, the Association started to develop its own calibres and to enlarge its distribution network. Ebauches (the base of a calibre) were produced by the Alpina Ebauche Factory in Geneva, owned by Duret & Colonnaz, which played also an important role in the construction of the first Alpina calibres. Final steps in the manufacture of the calibres were performed in Bienne, the place of the head quarters of the Association as of 1890. Success was swift and representations were set up in Germany as well as in East and Northern Europe. In 1901, the name "Alpina" was registered as a trademark at the same time; it would only appear on the dials of high-end watches. From the beginning, Alpina watches were manufactured with high quality components, amongst others Brequet spirals, balance wheels with gold screws and heavy gold cases. ALPINA GLASHUTTE 1909-1922 In order also to participate in the German watch-manufacturing base, Alpina Union Horlogère founded the "Präcisions-Uhrenfabrik Alpina" in Glashütte in 1909. The Union’s factories were now located in Geneva, Bienne, Besançon and Glashütte. In 1912, the first Alpina Chronometer Glashütte was finalized: it was equipped with an Alpina manufactured chronometer ebauche with a Glashütte escapement instead of the typical Swiss anchor escapement. The dial of these watches red "Präcisions-Uhrenfabrik Alpina Glashütte i.S.". Another model was created in 1913: it was a 21’’ marine watch, which was purchased by the German navy at the time. Alpina Glashütte watches gained ground and competed directly with those of Lange & Söhne. In 1913, Lange & Söhne felt threatened and started a court case to try to stop Alpina on the ground that not all parts were manufactured in Glashütte. The court case dragged on for years but was finally proven without merit. It was dropped in favour of Alpina in 1915. Meanwhile World War I had started and had a stifling effect on the "Präcisions-Uhrenfabrik Alpina" in Glashütte. Parts could hardly be send to the factory from Switzerland due to war import restrictions. Further, there were major capital flow restrictions. During the First World War, the Allied Forces were obviously not pleased with business relationships between Switzerland and Germany. The Alpina Glashütte factory had experienced already major problems but also the relationships between the Swiss Alpina factories and their customers in Germany were under strong pressure. Finally in 1917, towards the end of the first World War, the Association ‘Union Horlogère’ was dissolved formally. Two separate anonymous societies were incorporated: the Union Horlogère SA in Bienne, Switzerland and the Alpina Deutsche Uhrmacher-Genossenschaft G.m.b.H. in Berlin, Germany. The branch, which was in charge of Swiss members, incorporated itself as yet a third separate association in the name of "Alpina Association des Horlogers Suisses". Activities of the companies surged dramatically after the First World War. Alpina watches were being sold with great success in 2000 retailers around Europe, from Lisbon to Copenhagen to Moscow. HOW DID THE "UNION HORLOGÈRE" OPERATE ? All representatives of Union Horlogère depended on the Association, which aims to sell high quality watches primarily under the Alpina brand. Each watchmaker, manufacturer or specialized shop that wanted to become a member had to apply. The Board of Directors of the Union Horlogère would study the candidature carefully and thereafter accept or reject it. One became a member after paying the entry fee. Membership allowed each representative to benefit from the purchase of Alpina watches at interesting prices as well as many other benefits described below. THE ALPINA GRUEN GILDE 1929-1937 The smooth and successful operation of the Alpina Union Horlogère provoked other brands’ interest. The American brand Gruen, from Cincinnati, wished a merger with Alpina in order to use its European distribution network. In 1929, the "Alpina Gruen Gilde SA" is born, the largest community of interests that ever existed in the horological field. The factories belonging to the new company were rationalized to produce standard calibres, and quality of Alpina and Gruen watches improved. Highlight model created at this time is the "Doctor’s Watch" produced by the Aegler factory. Rolex later bought the Aegler factory. The “Doctor’s Watch” was distributed under the names of Alpina, Gruen, Alpina-Gruen and Rolex (“Prince”). But the infatuation of the beginning had a short duration. Even when Gruen produced good quality watches, it was almost unknown in Europe. Moreover Gruen wanted to sell its watches at higher prices than Alpina, which made it very difficult for the European Association members to accept Gruen. At the same time, Gruen seemed to have restricted Alpina access to its USA members. Heavy losses were the result of this co-operation, and the two brands separated in 1937; Alpina Union Horlogère SA continued alone. In 1933, Alpina presented its first "sports-watch", the "Blockuhr" in steel. During this time, Alpina patented also a new type of crown (Brevet 1464). Thanks to the technical progress, the sports-watch evolved quickly and became the "Alpina 4" in 1938. The "4" meant a combination of four major qualities of an Alpina sports-watch: 1) antimagnetic, 2) waterproof (thanks to its "Geneva" case), 3) equipped with the Incabloc anti-shock system, and lastly, 4) stainless steel. The “Alpina 4” was manufactured with the Alpina self-winding calibre 592, one of the strongest calibres of its generation. This calibre was later on used to equip further sport-models such as the Alpina 70 (1953), the Standard (1958) and the Tropicproof (1968). In 1945, the first Alpina automatic movement was realized, the 582 calibre. The automatic winding system worked with a mechanism with two springs where in between the oscillating mass moved back and forth. This large and accurate movement (12 ½ lines) was equipped with a Nivarox spiral, had 18 000 alternances and the Incabloc system. In February 2002, Frédérique Constant Genève purchased Alpina Watch International SA. Frédérique Constant produced until now mainly classical-looking mechanical watches, and will develop a new sports collection under the name Alpina, perpetuating the Alpina heritage. The new Alpina collection of technical sport watches is composed of 25 mechanical models, some equipped with complications; two families with different styles should attract various kinds of sportsmen.

 

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