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Alpina Alpiner Automatic Watch

Alpina Alpiner Automatic Watch

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How are the lumes?
what is the estimated delivery date?
Someone please tell me and my wallet that this watch is a load of junk....
This is so tempting at 399. I love the blue dial but white is a strap magnet.
djdust
Your listed price is 399?
BadSax
For the black leather strap version yes
The AL-525VG4E6 (dark grey dial with rose gold colour) is always out of stock. For me it is this one or the blue dial. But I've been eyeing them both for a year, just never been able to find the dark grey one!!!
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Glad you saw it. It‘s starting to grow on me after I googled it. The pictures here don’t do it justice
T4Deals
They never do.
It really depends on the manufacturer as the Sellita SW200 is a decent movement but it does have reliability and quality control issues. If the manufacturer carefully checks each movement and then properly installs it there are less issues. I have had several watches with the SW200 and some have been great and others have had problems. I have had more problems with the SW200 than I have had with the ETA 2824-2. I really don't know enough about Alpina to know if they really inspect and correctr each movement. Oris modifies the Sellita SW200 in their watches so it can't be a bad movement.
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Im new to watches. my alpina startimer auto chronograph is my first real watch, and i bought it because alpina renowned for having very little issues with warrenty and needing repairs. The al-525 in my watch is apperently based on a valjoux, not sallita, so i dont know if that is a major difference, i just know my watch is amazing, qnd have never had any faults with it.
Technerd108
I don't know where you got the info that Oris modifies the Sellita SW200 but that's not accurate, at least for watches like the Divers 65 and the Chronoris. They slap on a red rotor and call it a day. As far as I know - and according to my watchmaker - the movements are not regulated or modified in any appreciable way. I own the two Oris models mentioned and an Alpina - with their in-house manufacture movement - and can say the Alpina is a better made watch.
I'm holding for a deal on a Startimer, the AL-525S4S6 specifically.
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Vintage1982Benz
Not a huge fan, when it comes to their heritage watches this will always be my favorite.
https://professionalwatches.com/upload/2013/11/hands-on_alpina_130th_annivers/Alpina-130th-straight-on-X3.jpg
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G-M-T....G-M-T....
I haven't compared prices on each model but only looking at the one that could have been of interest to me, it's cheaper on Jomashop. https://www.jomashop.com/alpina-watch-al-525vg4e6.html
Virgule
Crazy how different the colors look on Joma versus MD on the handset and indices.
Virgule
Well they are out of stock
I'm happy the lug to lug clocks in at over what I like to wear otherwise Massdrop may have just dinged my wallet one more time. That blue face on the brown strap is right in my wheelhouse.
For those interested I believe that Alpina bases their movement on the SW 200.
http://calibercorner.com/sellita-caliber-sw200/
Vintage1982Benz
Some say that SW200 is not as great as ETA2824 and they came with an upgraded caliber named SW200-1 as there were some issues with SW200. Info from forums if you google for "SW200 problems"
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