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Avalanche Extreme Diver AL-525LFB5FBAEV6

Avalanche Extreme Diver AL-525LFB5FBAEV6

in the Seastrong Collection
by Alpina

Alpina est toujours à la recherche de conquérir des conditions extrêmes. Les eaux profondes ne sont aucun match pour la nouvelle Extreme Diver Avalanche qui est évalué à 100ATM. Les mains de super et de marqueurs lumineux sont également adaptés à de grandes profondeurs, où très peu de lumière peut atteindre. Cette version tout-noir est un bel instrument qui reflète l'obscurité des profondeurs de l'océan.

Acheter cet article

Spécifications

Gamme de prix

$2,500 - $5,000

No. du manufacturier

AL-525LFB5FBAEV6

Cadran

Noir avec très luminescentes marqueurs et mains.

Bracelet

Caoutchouc noir de qualité chirurgicale pour le confort et la durabilité.

Boitier

En acier inoxydable avec heavy duty 48mm saphir cristal. Soupape d'échappement de pression permet à la montre pour être évalué pour 1000 Résistance de compteur d'eau. Vis de verrouillage de couronne ornée caoutchouc. Uni-directionnel rotatif, noirci PVD lunette avec photo-luminescents, des marques noires.

Mouvement

Remontage automatique avec seconde au centre et fonctions de date.

Variations

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