Chopard Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt


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Chopard Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt adds artistic flair to charity

Chopard’s integrated bracelet styles continue to impress in new hues. watches replica high quality

The Chopard Alpine Eagle has been going strong since its launch in 2019. This collection of sporty yet sophisticated one-piece bracelets is a reinterpretation of the 1980s Chopard St. Moritz, now available in a variety of materials and complications. Today, a new limited edition model is released called the Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt. It's a real beauty, the only downside is that it's particularly suited to the Australian market.

I still remember being at Chopard’s headquarters in Geneva shortly after the release of Alpine Eagle. Judging from the pictures, it does look like an attractive watch. However, when it comes to metal, it's another level. The dial looks like the iris of an eagle's eye, which is special, and unlike some other pricier watches, it doesn't let down with a so-so bracelet. Since then, its sales and popularity have taken off. As a result, Chopard replica Watches luxury continues to expand its product lines and occasionally add limited edition pieces. Today's Sunburnt Limited Edition is a lovely model that, although country-specific, is for a good cause.

Chopard Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt
The new Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt is a limited edition of 20 pieces exclusive to the Australian market. It's known for its new red gradient dial with the aforementioned iris texture. The color is intended to evoke the Australian landscape. The result is a fantastic surface that interacts with light and gives the dial a real depth not found in many other watches. The back of the display case features a hand-painted pattern by artist Shaun Daniel Allen (Shal). It is characterized by his famous curves, like a rushing river. Schaal also painted the wooden watch box in the same style. Of course, no two watches or their packaging are the same.

for a good cause
For the Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt high quality watches replica, Chopard has chosen to donate a portion of the proceeds to help aid the Ngunya Jarjum Aboriginal Corporation. It made sense to work with Shal because of his Aboriginal background. We think Chopard was an early leader in using conflict-free gold, so this charity event felt very much in line with the brand.

Watch specifications
The Chopard Alpine Eagle Sunburnt comes in the expected 41mm x 47mm Lucent steel case and is a reasonable 9.7mm thick. The 100-meter water resistance is sporty. The watch does have a four-thirty date window, which will please some and upset others. The bracelet features a push-button closure and a butterfly clasp. The watch uses the brand's own 01.01 C automatic movement. Has a 60-hour power reserve and COSC observatory certification.

Chopard Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt — Pricing and Final Thoughts
The new Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburnt is a beautiful watch. The fact that it benefits a good cause and has a certain artistry to the watch and packaging makes it seem like a small premium. As far as color goes, I'm a fan. The red hue even reminds me of the recently launched Royal Oak BMG and Titanium watches that I covered a few months ago. luxury replica watches

Watch specifications
Alpine Eagle 41 Sunburn
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Sunburnt red gradient, eagle eye iris texture, rhodium-plated three-dimensional hour markers, X1-level Super-LumiNova luminous material
Case materials
Lucent steel, vertical brushed and polished bevel
Housing size
41mm (diameter) × 47mm (lug-to-lug) × 9.7mm (thickness)
Sapphire mirror with anti-reflective coating
Case back
The display has a sapphire window on the back with a special pattern designed by Shal
Chopard 01.01-C — In-house automatic movement, COSC certified chronometer, 28,800vph, 60 hours power reserve, 31 jewels
water resistance
100m (10 atmospheres)
Integrated Lucent steel bracelet with push button butterfly clasp
Time (hours, minutes, center seconds) and date

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That red gradient dial with the eagle eye iris texture is something special. Love how it captures the essence of the Australian landscape, plus it's great that part of the proceeds goes to support the Ngunya Jarjum Aboriginal Corporation. The artwork by Shal on the back is a nice touch too. Definitely a collector's piece with heart and soul. If you're into unique watches, it's worth a look! For those on a budget, check out for some cool alternatives!
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