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Buy Chopard ALPINE EAGLE XL CHRONO 298609-3001 Cheap watch online
Buy Chopard ALPINE EAGLE XL CHRONO 298609-3001 Cheap watch online

Item Type: Replica ALPINE EAGLE XL CHRONO Watches
Case Material: Stainless Steel,Round
Brand Name: Chopard
Model Number: 298609-3001
Movement: Automatic
Dial Diameter: 44 mm
Gender: unisex
Glass: Sapphire
Thickness: --
Dial: Blue
Clasp Type: Deployment Buckle
Boxes: common box package without paper
WATER RESISTANCE: 10.00atm / 100.00m / 330.00ft
Water Resistance Depth: life proof water
Band Material Type: Stainless Steel strap
Functions: Hours,Minutes,Seconds
Year: 2020

Chopard Alpine Eagle XL Chronograph

Galloping like an eagle.

If you are reading, then you probably already know that the stainless steel sports watch integrated on the bracelet is a problem. You also probably know that in the past few years, many new pieces have joined the crowded watch world, although they have adopted new designs, they have adopted aesthetic norms from the 1970s. In general, these three types of brands happen to overlap with the trinity of Swiss watchmaking and are the center of this retro-style bracelet watch.

Last year, a major independent family-owned Swiss watchmaker joined the ranks of the brands that make this type of watch, providing high-quality internal movements, impressive ergonomics, and a design designed to characterize everyone The design that knows the itchiness of existence. The reason why it can stand out is largely due to some eye-catching dials. I'm talking about the Chopin Alpine Eagle. (To be fair, it would be better to say that Chopard has rejoined these ranks. In fact, the watch it launched in 2019 is the series of St. Moritz (St. Moritz in the early 1980s.)

Today, Chopard is writing the next chapter of "Alpine Eagle", which appears in a complex form. For a long time, not only for Chopard, but also for this type of watch, the chronograph is in this way. At launch, Alpine Eagle XL Chrono has three versions. Two Lucent Steel A223 numbers with hollow blue or black dials, as well as the ethical rose gold and Lucent Steel A223 variants, bring a more luxurious two-tone size to the series. As you may have gathered from the name "XL", they are quite large chronographs. They have a diameter of 44 mm and a thickness of 13.15 mm.

Chopard is not only a watchmaker with its own in-house movement (the 03.05-C flyback column-wheel chronograph movement powers all three Alpine Eagle chronographs you see here); it is also a world-class jeweler . To this end, Chopard has brought impressive technical capabilities to the metallurgical field. It develops its own alloys and even runs a gold foundry in-house. Lucent A223 steel is a steel alloy developed by Chopard and its partner Voestalpine Böhler.

It is a very special steel alloy, known for its anti-allergic properties (comparable to surgical steel), strong reflective properties and impressive hardness. It is partially made of recycled steel, and its wear resistance is increased by 50% compared with ordinary stainless steel. When you consider that this style of sports luxury watches (which tend to have sharp angles, a combination of brushed and polished surface treatments, and a flat surface) also tend to be scratched magnets and are not easy to accept. Hardness The problem is especially important. Kissing from the polishing wheel. For its part, moral gold is a term that Chopard has used for a long time.

As the name suggests, it can be mined from small mines participating in the Swiss Better Gold Association (SBGA), or it can be obtained from the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain of custody. If you want to learn more about how Chopard obtains gold, a more in-depth explanation will be provided on the Chopard website.

When the "Alpine Eagle" was launched last year, it was available in two sizes, only in three-pin format, and the larger of the two sizes provided the date. I wrote an article introducing this line and remember that when I saw these watches in metal, I really liked them. They feel like quality, and I discovered that Alpine Eagle can roughly trace its roots back to the birth of this watch model. St. Moritz is the OG in this field. Another watchmaking group has now made arrangements with the city of St. Moritz, and Chopard’s leaders have chosen to rename it for its revival of its sporty luxury watch series. I like the one they went with. It guides the mountain scenery of the original St. Moritz and the dazzling, almost hypnotic quality of the new dial.

But back to the watch at hand. For this introductory post, we do not have a live photo, but as you can see in the photo you provided, the pattern still exists. So far, this sunburst pattern realized by electroplating has been one of the main business cards designed by Alpine Eagle. The unique dial design and unique case and bracelet are part of making this type of watch. Here, this pattern does seem to compete for attention with the small dial, speedometer and various dial furniture. Personally, the rotating sunburst dial may contrast sharply with the snail dial. I look forward to seeing these watches in person.

Last year, I had the opportunity to try the 41mm and 36mm versions of the non-chronograph Alpine Eagles, and I found that they can both fit comfortably on my 7-inch wrist. Although I can see those with average (like me) or smaller wrists wearing 36mm, I chose the 41mm version. It feels like a sturdy, well-designed sports watch with a balanced bracelet that exudes quality and comfort. My impression is that they put a lot of thought and energy into the design and manufacturing process.

The general Alpine Eagle case structure seems to be easy to accept chronograph modifications. Observe how the pushers take up space between the lugs and the crown guard (perhaps best seen most clearly in the pen-hold shot above or the three-quarter shots of this article), they are still visible and can be pressed quickly, But unobtrusive.

I feel that before the original Alpine Eagle fell, after a period of scrutiny, the appearance of this case caused a lot of thinking. The figure below provides another view of the crown and buttons, as well as the relative meaning of the thickness of the watch compared to the diameter, and the relationship to the bracelet.

I would rather not guess how to wear the 44mm Alpine Eagle XL Chrono, because I haven't worn it yet, but this is a bigger watch than I wanted recently. (However, I do own some large watches, but recently I have been thinking about putting them back to a more prominent position in the rotating position.) Alpine Eagle XL Chrono worn on the bracelet may mean that this will be a very heavy watch.

The O3.05-C movement first appeared in the 2016 XL competition edition of Mille Miglia and came from Chopard's Fleurier Ebauches factory, which is the production center of the town of Fleurier. As I mentioned, this is a column wheel flyback chronograph that runs at a standard rate of 4 Hz while providing a considerable 60-hour power reserve.

I like the look of these three versions, but in the end, for me, it boils down to two tones and a blue dial with slightly blue edges. Interestingly, this blue is actually called Aletsch blue, which is short for Aletsch Glacier, the largest glacier in the Alps. I think the blue dial is very suitable for this style of watch, and the iconic sunburst iris pattern leaves a deep impression.

Brand: Chopard
Model: Alpine Eagle XL Chrono
Reference number: Ref. 298609-3001 in Lucent Steel A223, with Aletsch blue dial; reference 298609-3002 Lucent Steel A223, with jet black dial

Diameter: 44 mm
Thickness: 13.15 mm
Case material: Lucent A223 steel; ethical rose gold and Lucent A223
Dial color: blue or black, with Alpine Eagle logo texture
Index: Applied
Lume: X1 super-LumiNova
Waterproof depth: 100 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Lucent A223 or Lucent A223 and Moral Gold


Caliber: Chopard 03.05-C
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, date, flyback column-wheel chronograph with counter, time is 30 minutes and 12 hours.
Diameter: 28.8 mm
Thickness: 7.6 mm
Power reserve: 60 hours
Winding: automatic
Frequency: 28,800 vph (4 Hz)
Jewelry: 45
Precision balance: Yes, COSC

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