The new edition of the Seastrong Diver 300 remains faithful to the distinctive design that has made the model so recognizable over the years: an oversized case with strong lines, luminous indexes, and a unidirectional bezel.

The new Seastrong Diver 300 is seen as a continuity of Alpina’s last century timepieces, the 1960s Seastrong “10”. At the time, the model was already capable of reaching depths of 200m/660ft and was built to resist extreme conditions.

The Seastrong Diver 300 collection includes a brand new 44m titanium or bronze PVD coated case, with either a grey, black or navy blue 60-minute uni-directional bezel and a dark brown, grey or navy blue dial which highly contrasts with the large luminous indexes and hands. The triangle at 12 o’clock is a wink to the brand’s legendary logo.

The date window is at 3 o’clock and the screw-in crown offers an added security to sustain the timepiece’s high water-resistance while diving. The watch comes on a vintage leather strap with an additional rubber strap.

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