In less than three years since Chopard first launched the “Alpine Eagle” collection in 2019, it has gained wide popularity. The brand has seized the success to keep expanding and make it accessible with 36mm, 41, and 44mm sizes. Now the expansion continues with the release of 6 new versions in their smallest diameter yet of 33mm, which the brand announced as “The nature-inspired stunner comes in a new size for feminine wrists.” It also comes with four different dial options, but in terms of complications these models have kept it simple for now.We always like to remind readers that the “Alpine Eagle” collection was conceived to support the “Eagle Wings Foundation”, which was founded by the president of Chopard, Karl-Friedrich Scheufelle. Those seeking more information on these noble efforts can do so by visiting: www.eaglewingsfoundation.org/The new smaller 33mm case comes available in six distinct alloy options of Lucent steel, 18k ethical rose gold, and different combinations in two-tone variations. Despite its reduced diameter the silhouette is highly recognizable and has already become one of the brand’s emblems. On the flip-side we encounter a transparent sapphire exhibition caseback that allows us a view into the inner workings of the mechanical movement.Mounted to the case is a rounded bezel held in place by 8 screws in pairs, aligned at the 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock positions. Despite the reduction in diameter size the design of this bezel continues to place the slots at a tangent towards the bezel circle. Four out of these six options feature diamond set bezels that fill the whole surface of the bezel, even between the screws. This watch may be smaller but the qualities and unique aesthetics of it still manage to shine through. It also comes equipped with a screw-down crown that has been engraved with the Chopard logo. All topped by a glareproofed sapphire crystal. Water-resistance has been reduced from 100 meters to just 50 meters (164 feet).In terms of dial the inspiration continues to stem from the eagle’s iris that named this whole collection and all of them were crafted with a galvanic treatment. This series of six offers four hue variants that Chopard has designated as Aletsch Blue, Vals Grey, Bernina Grey, and Pink Dawn.Time is told with applied baton indices and the Roman numerals, while circling around the flange is a sloped minute track ring. The Pink Dawn version has excluded the baton-style index, and used more diamonds, making it the most luxury studded option.The central hands and minute track ring have all been fitted with a luminescent filling, for an enhanced legibility.
Chopard Alpine Eagle 33mm
The “Chopard Alpine Eagle 33mm” (References Below with links) is powered by the in-house mechanical self-winding movement, caliber 09.01-C with 27 jewels and 25,200 Vph. This movement has the COSC chronometer certification. Power reserve can last up to 42 hours, when fully wound. Mounted on these watches is an integrated bracelet (that matches each version's case alloy, with two-tone and diamond studded versions included), secured to the wrist by a three-piece triple folding clasp.
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