THE GOLD RUSH
Designed for contemporary dandies, the manufacturer proposes a precious variation of its sporty-chic watch, powered by a caliber certified by the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC).
2022 was a year packed with innovations in Chopard’s Alpine Eagle collection. Timepieces with varying diameters and new dial colors punctuated the release schedule. The fir green reference presented this fall comes to mind. The manufacturer, distinguished for its use of ethically sourced material, also unveiled an impressive Alpine Eagle with a 41mm case machined from 18k yellow gold. This refined case is paired with an integrated wristband closed with a folding clasp, crafted in the same metal with a sunny hue. For a perfect harmony, all the time data moves in an equally golden setting. The hands, accentuated by a stroke of Super-LumiNova®, fly over the dial, which is decorated with striations reminiscent of the irises of the great birds of prey found soaring above the Swiss mountains. They mark the hours on the dial with Roman numerals and hour markers of the same style. The date window, again located at 4:30, blends in perfectly with the surrounding environment.
This luxurious model is powered by the 01.01-C caliber whose chronometry has been certified by the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC). This mechanical self-winding movement composed of 207 parts offers a power reserve of 60 hours. The sapphire case back and oscillating weight are made of 22K gold. The Alpine Eagle 41 stands at the pinnacle of sport chic.