Alpina Watch AlpinerX Freeride World Tour Smartwatch Limited Edition Watch Review
Friday - 15 February 2019
Alpina dares to take on the slopes as official timekeeper of the Freeride World Tour for the second year. There’s no better way than to celebrate their extended partnership than to design a new limited edition of 250 pieces with the Freeride World Tour themselves. Their red and white logo sits at 2 o’clock standing out against the black dial.
Meet the Alpina Watch AlpinerX Freeride World Tour Smartwatch Limited Edition that allows you to track your heart rate, measure altitude and pressure, features a GPS function and send live data to your iPhone or Android to improve performance. That’s not it; the MMT-283-1 module monitors sleep, notifies calls and messages, has smart alarms, a worldtimer, compass, barometer and timer functions, as well as the standard hour, minutes, second and date information expected of a timepiece. It’s well equipped for racing down the slopes in the likes of Canada, Austria, Andorra and Switzerland. One for the snow and outdoor enthusiasts who love adventure with no restrictions. And this competition is for the alpine thrill seekers with dangerous mountains to ride down. Only the best can undertake such a lift-threatening mission for sport.
Prepared for this extreme terrain with ungroomed powder snow on steep mountainous slopes, the new Alpina model can tackle anything the Freeride World Championship throws at them. The perfect companion for the best freeskiers and snowboard freeriders taking part in the events throughout the competition. Fasten with the aged dark brown leather strap and you’re good to go.
With shared values to the freeriding culture, the partnership makes the perfect fit. Alpina proudly supports the evolution of this sport feeling honoured to be part of the tour. The scratch resistant crystal glass and case back nod to the collaboration with the engraved Freeride World Tour decoration. Functional, smart and stylish, the smartwatch features a 45mm black fibreglass and stainless steel case, which features a bi-directional turning compass bezel for all your navigational needs. This watch is ready for everything the snowy mountains have in store.