This week’s episode of the Worn & Wound Podcast is brought to you by Alpina, founded in 1883. Their recently released Seastrong Diver Gyre Automatic is a capable diver with a focus on reducing its environmental footprint.
The Alpina Seastrong Diver Gyre Automatic is a stylish 300-meter dive watch, but what really sets it apart is its innovative case construction designed to reduce waste without sacrificing performance. The Gyre’s case has been manufactured from 70% plastic debris collected from fishing nets in the Indian Ocean. The remaining 30% of the case is made of fiberglass, adding rigidity and making it just as suitable for diving as a watch made from traditional materials.
To learn more about the Alpina Seastrong Diver Gyre Automatic, or to purchase one today, head to us.alpinawatches.com.
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