This New Field Watch Supports the National Park Foundation

The newest Alpiner from Alpina features a forest-green dial and 100m of water resistance, and $100 of every sale goes to the NPF.


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You can always count on Alpina to deliver handsome tool watches at relatively affordable prices, be they mechanical or quartz-powered. In continuing its partnership with the National Park Foundation, the Swiss brand has launched the Alpiner National Park Edition, a 42mm, steel-cased field watch with 100m of water resistance and a quartz movement powering a time-and-date dial. The watch features a “forest green” dial, embossed leather strap and a case back embossed with the National Park Foundation logo. For every $795 watch sold, Alpina is donating $100 to the National Park Foundation.

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