We’ve written at length around the difference between a quartz and automatic watch and what makes them so different. And it’s more often than not, that automatic or manual watches come at a heftier price point. But here’s your chance to enter the game with a sophisticated and balanced dress watch from Alpina.
The Alpina Alpiner Automatic Watch features slim triangular hands which are lumed for visibility along with a combination of trapezoidal hashmarks and Arabic numerals for markers. At 6 o’clock you’ll find a date window and to offset the second hand, there’s a triangular red counterbalance.
Inside and powering the timepiece is Alpina’s own in-house AL-525 26 jewel movement with a 38-hour power reserve.
The best news, it’s available in several variants: