Alpina Horological Smartwatch: Collection Complemented by Another Model

The luxury watch manufacturer Alpina from Swiss Geneva has just updated its collection of Horological Smartwatch with a further model. The luxury wearable was first introduced to the market in 2015 and is available in several variants – for both women and men. The brand new Alpina Horological Smartwatch is the same as the rest of the elegant timepieces of this series. It offers a new design variant, with a navy blue dial and a brown colored and lined genuine leather bracelet.

In addition, it has a polished and brushed 44-millimeter stainless steel housing. The hands are lighted so that the current time can also be read at night in the dark. As typical of the Alpina Horological Smartwatch, it appears at first glance to be one of the typical luxury watches, which since the founding of the company in 1883 were the sign of Alpina and still are today. Nevertheless, the Swiss are one of the few luxury manufacturers to devote themselves to smart technology. The intention is to provide an analogue wristwatch with common smartwatch functions. In this way, Alpina combines traditional watchmaking with modernity.

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Accordingly, the luxury Smartwatch can also take over a whole bunch of intelligent functions of a wearable. The display of the respective time and automatic changeover when switching to a different time zone are almost self-evident. In addition, the owner of the Alpina Horological Smartwatch has the option of displaying a second time zone on request.

Similarly, the new Alpina Horological Smartwatch – as well as all previous models – some fitness functions on board. More specifically, it can count the steps of its wearer and calculates the caloric amount burned throughout the day. With a movement reminder, the intelligent watch alerts you when your owner has been inactive for a while.

At the same time, sleeping is also one of the tasks that this luxury Smartwatch fulfills. It records the duration of the night rest as well as the low and light sleep phases. All data captured by the smart clock can then be evaluated via the corresponding free MotionX-365 app. A permanent synchronization with the smartphone is not necessary, because the wearable can store the information for up to 30 days. The application itself also provides the user with useful tips on how to improve his quality of life and his health.

The Alpina Horological Smartwatch does not have to be loaded. It draws its energy from a battery that lasts two years or even longer until it has to be replaced.