Chopard Manufacture presents the Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF, a new addition to the Alpine Eagle collection. It appears for the first time in a titanium case. The highlight, however, is the mechanics inside. Chopard has installed a new fast-oscillating movement that operates at 8 Hz. The new model is a special edition.
Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF Titanium Case
The case of this special edition is made of grade 5 titanium. This material is particularly light and darker than steel. Like the other models in the collection, the case has a diameter of 41mm and a flat height of 9.75mm. Viewed from the side, the Alpine Eagle features a vertical satin finish and polished finish around the easy-to-grip crown. The latter also bears the compass rose logo. This represents the exploration of nature, which is the inspiration for the Alpine Eagle collection. 100 meters of water resistance also matches this.
The satin bezel has eight screws arranged parallel to the circumference of the bezel. Meanwhile, on the back of the case, a sapphire crystal case back allows you to see the mechanism. It also bears the “CADENCE 8HF” stamp. The watch comes on a one-piece titanium bracelet. With its polished central bar, it picks up the polished edges of the case. The folding clasp ensures a secure fit on the wrist. wholesale watches replica
Dial using “Iris of the Eagle”
The dial structure of the Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF is designed to evoke the gaze of an eagle. The ‘Vals Grey’ colour is hand painted which makes each piece unique. For this model, Chopard simplified the front, keeping only the baton index and the Roman 12. However, these come with luminous material, just like the main hands. There is also a date window at 4:30. To draw attention to the fast-oscillating movement, the watchmaker placed the logo in the shape of a lightning bolt. This marks all Chopard watches that operate at high frequencies.
Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF high frequency movement
The highlight of the fake Chopard Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF is the in-house 01.12-C movement. It operates at 8 Hz, twice as fast as a conventional escapement. This higher frequency should improve accuracy, as the faster the balance swings, the less susceptible it is to shocks. Furthermore, it offers self-winding via a central oscillating weight. The maximum power reserve is 60 hours. Last but not least, the COSC Observatory certificate guarantees a maximum rate deviation of -4/+6 seconds per day.
Alpine Eagle Cadence 8HF
Titanium Grade 5
10 bar (~100 m)
Brass Dial with Antique “Vals Grey”
Integral Grade 5 Titanium Bracelet with Three-Piece Foldover Clasp
57,600 times/hour (8 Hz)
Hours, minutes, central seconds, date