Charlotte Chable and Luca Aerni are both promising young alpine skiers from the Swiss Ski Team.
Today, 22-year old Charlotte Chable is a National athlete and a member of the Swiss-Ski Federation. She started skiing at the age of two on the slopes of Villars, in Switzerland. Her specialty is slalom skiing and she started competing in the Junior World Championships in 2014 where she reached an impressive 4th place and most recently, she made 9th place in the 2015 World Cup in Aspen, USA.
Charlotte will be wearing the 2017 novelty, Comtesse Horological Smartwatch (http://en.worldtempus.com/article/alpina-alpina-comtesse-horological-smartwatch-23691.html), which merges refined elegant lines with the renowned Alpina sport attitude, resulting in an active watch for active women. The MMT AL-281 module featured inside the watch case allows her to track different activities such as exercising and sleep, as well as receiving call and email notifications, all this linked through the MMT-365 app on the user’s phone.
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24-year old Luca Aerni spent his first years in Crans-Montana, in Switzerland, where he discovered skiing. He is now a National athlete for the Swiss Ski Team. During his first performance in the 2013 Junior World Championships, he took the podium celebrating with an amazing 2nd place. In 2014 he won the National Championships in Saint Moritz and in this year, he won the Gold Medal in the World Championships in Saint Moritz in the Super Combination category.
Throughout his next challenges, Luca will be sporting two models. The water-inspired sport’s watch, 2017 Seastrong Horological Smartwatch is faithful to the traditional Swiss watchmaking codes all the while introducing smartwatch features.
Luca will also be wearing the Alpiner 4 Automatic, a luxury sports watch offering unmatched performance and robustness due to its sports features.
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Where the Alpina Watches Australia Replica Extreme Diver felt like it had been designed by a committee intent on rehashing as many popular components as you can at the same time, the newest Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 seems to have had a good editor, since it finally feels less “wordy,” so to speak. Its new compact, minimized aesthetic complements the old instance with a more natural consistency and general ease, as though the watch is finally comfortable in its own skin that is moisturizing. Gone is that the derived mashup of apparel and tool diver elements found on the outgoing Alpina Extreme Diver (reviewed here) version, in favor of a clean, timeless, and confident decorative that quietly brings priority to form over function — but barely at the cost of the latter, because the Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic remains a 300-meter dive watch, after all.In fact, I would even argue that the most striking design element is truly the lack thereof. Take, as an instance, how the Alpina Extreme Diver’s sword hands are replaced by a skeletonized handset, whose minimized surface area results in a cleaner, more unobtrusive view of the dial. Yes, these palms tear a relatively familiar page out of this Panerai Luminor Submersible publication, but the signature isn’t exclusive to Panerai, and it works well in complementing the minimalist aesthetic.