Chopard launches 4 gleaming new Alpine Eagle high quality watches replica, including one with a ‘chameleon’ dial Is this an eagle's most audacious flight fantasy yet? Chopard can "exercise" quiet elegance when called upon, but the Swiss manufacturer's watch collections are filled with bold and often whimsical elements that serve as reminders that the brand is also a purveyor of fine jewelry. Dubbed the Alpine Eagle Summit, the subgroup of pieces adds some sparkly style to a collection that has soared to dizzying heights since its release four years ago. Available in four combinations, these 41mm new arrivals are all crafted from 18-karat gold – which, like all of the brand’s watch and jewelery creations since July 2018, has been ethically sourced – with a bezel surround Subtle color gradient gemstone. All dials pay homage to Alpine geography: The rose gold watch (priced at CHF 74,500, approximately $82,175) is surrounded by spessartine garnets surrounding a “Pink Dawn” dial designed to evoke an Alpine sunrise memories; one of the two white gold luxury replica Watches has a “Vals gray” dial surrounded by tsavorites reminiscent of those found in the Swiss canton of Graubünden Quartzite; gold version features a “golden peak” dial named after 19th-century scientist James David Forbes, a rocky peak within the Mont Blanc massif The appellation is named after, surrounded by pink sapphires (chosen, Chopard says, because they interact more discreetly with the surrounding light). But at the Alpine Eagle Summit launch event at Le Caveau de Bacchus, Chopard co-president Karl-Friedrich Scheufele’s Geneva cellar, attendees were eager to get their hands on it ( Not to mention their smartphone flashlight beam) The other piece is in white gold, with a “Zinal Blue” dial (named after an Alpine glacier) that changes from blue to purple depending on its relationship to the viewer and the nearest light source. Reminiscent of how Persian rugs change hue depending on the interaction of light and pile direction, the "chameleon" effect, informally dubbed at the unveiling, is a striking "first" for the brand that looks set to is what gets the most attention. “Caroline-Marie (Caroline-Marie, Carl Friedrich’s daughter and Chopard’s product manager) called me in the middle of the night and told me about it,” said Carl Friedrich at Chopard the next day. Fangli told "Robo Report". "We had a dial maker, and when they showed it to her, she immediately thought it would be incredible on the Alpine Eagle. So that was her discovery." Of the clever pairing of sapphires and diamonds, “I think the Alpine Eagle project has greatly enhanced our attention to detail,” he added. All new creations are gender-neutral, and at the center of them all is the Chopard 01.15-C, whose precision setting has been certified by the Observatory. buying replica watch For those who were there later, the story of the Alpine Eagle “family” begins long before its birth: and explains why Chopard executives insist on using the word “family” rather than “collection” or “collection”. In 1980, when he was still in his early 20s, Karl-Friedrich convinced his father, Karl Scheufele III, that the house the family had purchased in 1963 should be made of steel. Creating a sporty and affordable steel for his daily skiing on the slopes of St. St. Moritz. The resulting timepiece became a bestseller for about ten years and set the precociously prescient Carl Friedrich on the path to his current role as co-president. Less than forty years later, history repeated itself when Karl-Friedrich's heir, Karl-Fritz Scheufele, turned to his father for a new interpretation of the St. Moritz movement's aesthetics. "I said no at first," says Karl-Friedrich, "because launching a new collection is such a huge investment in terms of product development, tools and communication. I said, 'Look, we have to support other collections.' ” Then Karl-Fritz made some very good arguments – how we had reached the age of integrated bracelets, how we didn’t have anything like this in our collections. Then my father joined the discussion. In the end, they convinced me to go ahead. .” quality replicas watches The watch, dubbed the Alpine Eagle, is the first of three generations of Scheufele working on the same concept, first unveiled in late 2019, Karl-Friedrich said. Made of ultra-durable Lucent steel A223, its heritage from St Moritz, it is equipped with paired bezel screws and a three-link bracelet, which pays homage to the theme of the bird of prey for which it is named (just like the old racing dashboard in the Chopard Mille Miglia model). The understated reference) is subtle: its textured dial and seconds hand counterweight resemble an eagle’s iris and feathers respectively. Including the XL Chrono Maritime Blue version released in October, there are currently 44 Alpine Eagle models in the catalogue. In keeping with Chopard’s philanthropic leanings (the Elton John AIDS Foundation, Catalan tenor José Carreras’ Leukemia Foundation and UNICEF are among the organizations Chopard supports ), Karl-Friedrich Scheufele and falconer Jacques-Olivier Travers and entrepreneur in the year when the watch was first released Activist Ronald Menzel founded The Alpine Eagle Foundation. The reintroduction of white-tailed sea eagles to the Lake Geneva plain is typical of the company's efforts to protect biodiversity in high-altitude habitats spread over 190,000 square kilometers in six countries. replica watch stores “By definition, a family business is not purely profit-oriented: it is a business that extends to the next generation and all future generations,” explains Karl-Friedrich of Chopard’s ethos of corporate responsibility. “It keeps you on the sustainable side because if you’re not worried about the next generation, then who cares about the steel we put out? Then it’s a different story. We care about all those things because we’re a family-oriented company. oriented company, we think that when Karl Fritz reaches my age, hopefully the world will be a pretty good place to live in. For that, we have to start preparing now." As for the future of the Alpine Eagle replica luxury watches family, this is just a narrative that has just begun. “We really showed with Alpine Eagle the directions we can take,” Karl-Friedrich said. "Obviously there's the movement direction, and then there's haute horlogerie with flying tourbillons and XPS. And then there's the jewelry side, the technical side of high-frequency movements... We've scratched the surface, but there's still a lot to do."