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Alpina Swiss watch History
Alpina Geneve was founded in Geneva Switzerland on 1883 by Gottlieb Hauser. The brand hs been known for its high quality and innovation. Gottlieg founded the Swiss Watchmakers Corporation (Union Horlogere Suisse) which joined various watchmakers and together purchased watch components to manufacture high end quality watches. They developed their own calibre movements and sales distribution... (conintued below)
In 1901, the name Alpina was officially registered and was recognized as a brand that manufactures high end Swiss watches. With the entry of quartz watches in early 1970, Alpina Geneve could not compete and eventually German investors came in and bought the company in 1972 forming Alpina Watch International SA. In 2002, Alpina Geneve Swiss watch was bought by the famous Frederique Constant SA and Alpina watches were relaunched worldwide.
Alpina Geneve Swiss watch Principles
The introduction of the Alpina 4 in 1938 stood for the 4 core principles that each watch in the series. anti magnetism, water resistance, anti shock and a stainless steel case. These principles paved the way for continued success and built a reputation for high end and high quality Alpina Geneve Swiss watches which continues on until today.
Alpina Geneve Swiss watch Today
Like the Alpina 4, there are new guiding core principles and philosophies for Alpina Geneve Swiss watches today. They are Bold Design, Iconic Looks, Premium materials with Red and Black finishing and a water resistant watch to at least 10 ATM. Today, every Alpina Geneve Swiss watch is hand made in Switzerland by a team of skilled craftsmen and women. The state of the art plant uses only the finest precision tools to check and give the highest standard of quality control to guarantee maximum quality and durability.
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