Introducing The Chopard Alpine Eagle 41 Shikkoku Japan-Only Edition Watch

A Japanese exclusive with a unique black Shikkoku dial.


The newest Alpine Eagle 41 Shikkoku Japan-Only Edition has just been unveiled. Limited to just 100 pieces, the watch is a contemporary interpretation of the original St. Moritz timepiece created in 1980 by Karl-Friedrich Scheufele. The Alpine Eagle is designed to evoke the eagle’s lofty power, which dominates the Alpine region.

The 41mm x 9.7mm brushed and polished tonneau-shaped case is made from Lucent Steel A223, which is 50% more resistant to abrasion and harder than traditional steel alloys, with 80% recycled material. With the 7mm screw-down crown with compass rose, the case is water-resistant to 100 meters and has a tinted glass exhibition caseback.

The matte black dial features a sunburst pattern treated with a black Shikkoku color, applied Roman numerals, and glossy black hour markers with Cool Grey Super-LumiNova, offering a stony appearance.

The watch is powered by the in-house automatic Chopard calibre 01.15-C, which has a 60-hour power reserve and is COSC-certified. The watch is fitted with a brushed and polished integrated bracelet in Lucent Steel, featuring a triple-folding clasp with safety pushers. The watch is priced at JPY 2,156,000 (EUR 16,600 with taxes in Europe) and is exclusively available in Japan.