Alpina has released the new Seastrong Diver heritage, a timepiece which completes its heritage collection.
Adjusted to modern standards, the new Alpina Seastrong Diver Heritage has a 42mm bronze colour PVD stainless steel case with two screw-in crowns at 2 and 4 o’clock.
The top crown has a grid-like pattern and is used to adjust the rotating inner diving bezel while the bottom crown is used to set the time and date.
The watch resists water pressure up to 30 bar, corresponding to a diving depth of 300 m/1000ft.
The original Seastrong was water resistant up to 200m, anti-magnetic and had the characteristic super-compressor case.
To pay tribute to the historical collection, since 2016, the brand has launched the ‘Seastrong Diver Heritage’ range.
The Alpina Seastrong Diver Heritage uses an automatic movement based on a Sellita SW 200 movement modified by Alpina, calibre AL-525.
It is a 26-jewel self-winding calibre with a 38-hour power reserve and 28,800/h frequency.
Available with a brown dial, it features a brown rotating inner bezel with beige markers, a date window at 4 o’clock, rose gold-plated indexes and hands with white luminous treatment.
It is set to retail for £1,418 ($1,795).