Alpina Seastrong Diver GMT Watch

Sep 28, 2018

Category: Gear

Since 1883, Alpina has been associated with the innovation of time pieces, and no matter how successful they get, they always strive to be better. Recently, they released the travel-ready Seastrong Diver GMT watch that’s constructed for the adventurous type.

Although this dive watch lacks mechanical movement, it does boast a 300-meter depth rating, making it perfect for outdoor activities. With its classic, impeccable design, you can take this stainless steel watch to the beach and then head straight to the bar for a cold one right after. Even though it’s made to be a travel watch, it’s versatile enough to work with formal wear too. It comes in a variety of colors and is one of the more affordable dive watches out there, yet it doesn’t lack a quality touch.

Purchase: $800

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