Chopard, Sport-Chic Chopard Alpine Eagle Timepiece, Alpine Eagle, Timepiece

Contemporary, streamlined, assertive, the new sport-chic Alpine Eagle timepiece collection is a contemporary reinterpretation of the St Moritz, the first watch created in 1980 by Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, today co-president of the Chopard house. Designed and developed by him, the Alpine Eagle was inspired by his passion for the Alps and the imperious strength of the majestic eagle.

Crafted in an exclusive, ultra-resistant, light-reflective steel – Lucent Steel A223 –, it beats to the pace of a COSC-certified movement.

The Alpine Eagle is the watch of contemporary eagles: ambitious men who surpass themselves on a daily basis, and whose vision is inspiring and uplifting. With a clear view and determination, they rise to tomorrow’s challenges and are therefore aware of the importance of environmental issues.

A design that is both refined and contemporary, featuring a wealth of references to the alpine eagle and its biotope. When nature is your muse, the results can be nothing less than iconic. Featuring a wealth of references to the Alpine eagle and its biotope, every component of the Alpine Eagle has been meticulously conceived and designed in harmony with nature. Pure Chopard, every aspect of this spectacular timepiece is the result of the unparalleled Artisans of Emotion of the Maison Chopard.

Embellished with a sunburst motif, the galvanic blue or grey brass dial inspired by the iris of an eagle, reminds us that Nature is the most gifted of all muses.

With its counterweight shaped like an eagle’s feather, the rhodium-plated second hand takes the form of an arrow.

The gently tapered Alpine Eagle bracelet comprises a single ingot-shaped link, topped by a raised central cap reminiscent of its mountain biotope. Crafted in Chopard Lucent Steel A223, it is a feat of both technical execution and style.

Evoking a spirit of adventure, the crown is engraved with a compass rose, an instrument that has helped adventurers find their way since ancient times. Today, it becomes the emblem of contemporary eagles capable of choosing the right direction in the pursuit of their destiny, an invitation to explore the majesty of the natural world that surrounds us.