Thursday, 26 July 2012

AUDI Sailing News from EBERHARD & CO.


Courtesy of Eberhard
The three days of racing on Garda lake have been intense for the Audi-Eberhard Melges 32. 
 The boat skippered by Edoardo and Giovanni Pavesio ranked first in the 4th leg of the Audi Sailing Series circuit.

The team has been well-served by tactician Gabriele Benussi and mainsail-trimmer Riccardo Simoneschi, and has been rewarded by their consistency, remaining focused in some of the most demanding phases of the race.

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“The sailing universe is governed by precise timing, skill, coordination and precision like the watchmaking world”, was the satisfied comment of Mario Peserico, CEO of Eberhard Italia.
“Thanks to these expertise and values we have been able to produce measuring instruments for well over a century, since Eberhard & Co. is celebrating this year its 125th anniversary, 
a very long history of precision, reliability and technical research that are the strengths of the company and the brand”.

The Audi-Eberhard team has moved up from the sixth to fourth place in the general Melges 32 ranking, while ranking second in the Melges 20 category 
and remaining one of the main contenders of the Melges 24 class, thanks to victories in the Austria Cup and Kieler Woche.

Following the Malcesine competition, the Melges 32 are now on their way to the finals in Naples, as are the Melges 20, reaching the same port after the leg scheduled in Viareggio.  
Meanwhile, the Melges 24 is preparing for the season’s main event, the World Championship that will be contested in Torbole from July 28 through August 4.

The teams that will rank first in the Audi Sailing Series will be awarded two prestigious Eberhard & Co. timepieces.

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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

GRAHAM welcomes Steven Liquorish

Courtesy of Graham
Born in 1966 in the UK, Steven Liquorish has achieved a number of accolades in the business world. He also always had a huge passion for motor racing. 

He started racing in 2006 participating in the UK BMW Mini John Cooper Works series with a number of podiums and moved up to the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge in 2011, finishing 3rd in the championship.
Courtesy of Graham
He also took part in the Porsche Carrera World Cup at the Nürburgring in July 2011, in front of over 500,000 spectators. Steven is currently competing in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge for the 2012 UK championship, and won the opening round at Snetterton with further podiums and another win at Croft, and is currently positioned second in the 2012 championship. 
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There was no doubt that the determined and skilled asphalt warrior would be a perfect ambassador for our GRAHAM racing wrist machines.

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Friday, 20 July 2012

BOVET supports the Gstaad Menuhin Festival

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Classical music and fine watchmaking share many values in common. Extraordinary vectors of emotion, both
these arts have a universal ability to unite enthusiasts the world over. It is the attention paid to every detail, invisible or inaudible though it may be, that magnifies watchmaking or musical masterpieces.

Moreover, music is omnipresent in watchmaking.  The regular pulse of the regulating organ within a
timepiece, akin to a metronome, creates the precision that characterises Swiss watchmaking. In addition to
their exemplary rhythmical regularity, numerous BOVET timepieces also provide musical accompaniments, as in the case of the minute-repeater. In such timepieces, crafted by virtuoso artisans of BOVET 1822, the
movements strike the hours, quarters and minutes on request, on gongs tuned by watchmakers to the exact
frequency after being shaped to obtain a crystal-clear sonority.

On a more philosophical note, BOVET 1822 is renowned for sustaining its unique heritage and skills
such as engraving, miniature painting and jewel-setting, regardless of fashion, which is by nature ephemeral. The links that unite watchmaking and music also inspired the name of a BOVET collection, called Récital. In view of these facts, it was only natural that the House of BOVET 1822 should support the Gstaad Menuhin Festival (from 20 July to 8 September) and we are delighted to mark time together at this prestigious event.

Courtesy of Bovet/Dimier


Collection DIMIER Récital 0

Diameter 41mm

Material 18K white gold

Water-resitance 3 ATM – 30 meter

Bracelet Full skin alligator

Buckle 18K white gold ardillon buckle

Crystals Sapphire with anti-glare treatment
top and bottom

Setting Bezel set with 68 baguette-cut
diamonds for
~ 3,15 cts

Type Tourbillon Dimier hand-wound

Tourbillon 1 minute
Diameter cage 14mm

Functions Hours, minutes, seconds on

Power reserve indicator

Diameter (lines) 13 ¾’’’ (31.00mm)

Frequency 21,600 V/h

Power reserve 7 days


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Fine Arabian Stallions Timed by GRIEB & BENZINGER

It’s gotten around in the world of watches: GRIEB & BENZINGER fulfills horological dreams. In order to realize the wish of a watch collector and horse enthusiast from the Arabian region, GRIEB & BENZINGER created the POLARIS from 2011’s BOUTIQUE Collection in solid white gold and palladium alloy. Thanks to the passion for his noble Arabian stallions, the watch for this collector needed to have an unostentatious color scheme to harmonize with a special saddle especially made for him as well as made-to-measure riding boots and the steel parts of a riding harness. A white-gold-and-honey-brown combination allowed GRIEB & BENZINGER to fulfill the wishes of the client. This watch crafted in the subtle white gold and palladium alloy displays an impressively restrained hand-guilloché bezel and a solid case that simultaneously testifies to the substantial value of this watch.
Courtesy of Grieb & Benzinger
Like hardly another, GRIEB & BENZINGER knows how to fulfill the wishes of its clients with traditional technology and exceptional design, creating a handmade unique piece with high exclusivity. The mechanical movement with in-house modifications was, like all GRIEB & BENZINGER watches, created in traditional craftsmanship using historical machines and tools: skeletonization, guilloché and engraving are all completed by hand to achieve one impressive movement with a great deal of character.

The multiple-part dial is a work of art: the hand-guilloché and semi-skeletonized base dial allows a view of the technical movement modification of the hour and minute indications. It is crafted in solid Sterling silver and glows with a white Breguet frosted finish, a technique that is currently only applied by GRIEB & BENZINGER. The applied red gold skeletonized dial elements hover gracefully over the base dial.

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Linde Werdelin’s Oktopus II is just 3 weeks away from you!

Previewed at BaselWorld 2012 in March, now Oktopus II is just 3 weeks away from you.

Linde Werdelin’s interpretation of an ideal timepiece for modern diving.
The Oktopus II is designed to carry the Reef, our very own dive instrument and offer the most sophisticated dive tool for the way we dive today.
Courtesy of Linde Werdelin
The Oktopus II boasts a brand new case construction. Individually crafted in titanium, rose gold, and ceramic to offer excellent anti-corrosive performance against the impact of lengthy submersion into sea water, the Oktopus II houses an upscale custom-made movement that powers a big-date display in double wheels in an air-sealed cylinder that forms the heart of the timepiece.

Drawn upon in-house expertise of developing dive computers, the case is meticulously and robustly constructed based on the structure of an air-tight pressure chamber to offer absolute water resistance, using the most innovative case construction technology and precision that would not be possible 10 years ago.

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Thursday, 19 July 2012

Alpina's Racing Collection

Alpina's Racing Collection available in both Time Only - Automatic, or Chronograph
Courtesy of Alpina
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Reference AL-535AB5AR26 / AL-535B5AR26 

Movement Automatic calibre with Date, AL-535 
Power reserve 42 hours 
Black Alpina rotor decorated with “Côtes de Genève” 

Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, date. 

Case New round Racing stainless steel case, 47 mm diameter 
3-part case, fixed bezel with hand applied indexes 
Sapphire crystal, see-through case back 
10 ATM Water-resistant 

Dial: Matte Black dial with red elements, decorated Alpina triangle pattern in the centre. 
White luminous Arabic numerals on AL-535AB5AR26, white painted luminous hands. 
Date at 3 o’clock 
Seconds counter at 6 o’clock 

Strap: Black strap with red stitching with black PVD Alpina folding buckle. 

RACING COLLECTION –Automatic Chrono with Date 

Courtesy of Alpina

Reference AL-725AB5AR26 / AL-725B5AR26 

Movement Automatic Chronograph with Date, caliber AL-725 
Power reserve 42 hours 
Black Alpina rotor decorated with “Côtes de Genève” 

Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph and date. 

Case New round Racing stainless steel case, 47 mm diameter 
3-part case, fixed bezel with hand applied indexes 
Sapphire crystal, see-through case back 
10 ATM Water-resistant 

Dial: Matte Black dial with red elements, decorated Alpina triangle pattern in the centre. 
Black & red elements subdials for chrono counters 
White luminous Arabic numerals on AL-725ABR5AR26, white painted luminous hands. 
Date at 3 o’clock 

Strap: Black with red stitching with black PVD Alpina folding buckle. 

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Wednesday, 18 July 2012

The Launch of Bremont's Victory!

On Thursday 12th July, Bremont held the Victory Limited Edition Launch event at HMS Victory in Portsmouth (UK) and despite the pouring rain the event was a great success, this was the first time anyone had seen the Victory watches in the metal and the response from press, retailers and their clients was overwhelming.

Courtesy of Bremont
Nick and Giles English with Admiral Sir Jonthan Band, GCB, DL, Chairman of the Trustees of the National Museum of the Royal Navy.
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The Royal Armouries fire an 1805 canon to mark the occasion
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The Limited Edition Victory watches in Rose Gold
and Stainless Steel 
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Guests viewing the stunning timepieces
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After the event guests tucked into “Bremont” fish & chips!

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An Evening with Herbie Hancock

Prior to his 32nd appearance at the legendary Montreaux Jazz Festival, Herbie Hancock was presented with the "Vulcain for Herbie Hancock" 50's Presidents' Limited Edition.  
Courtesy of Vulcain
Vulcain's CEO Bernard Fleury was on hand to make the presentation - Number 1 of a very limited edition of 50 pieces.
Courtesy of Vulcain

CASE: 18K 5N pink gold - Diameter 42.00 mm -
Length 50.00 mm - Height 12.40 mm - sapphire
case-back revealing the stylised "V" for Vulcain and
engraved with the name of the celebrated musician.

DIAL : Blue sunray dial with 5N pink gold indexes
and Herbie Hancock signature – Limited Edition of
50 pieces.

CRYSTAL: Domed shape sapphire.

WATER-RESISTANCE: 50 meters/160 feet.

STRAP: Louisiana Alligator – Dimensions: 22/18 mm.

BUCKLE: 18K 5N pink gold pin buckle.

V-16: 12-lignes mechanical hand-wound alarm calibre
with date, 17 rubies, 191 parts, double barrel,
equipped with the Exactomatic system, lift angle 48°.

FUNCTIONS: hour, minute, centre seconds, alarm,
date window.

FREQUENCY: 18’000 vibrations per hour.

POWER RESERVE: 42 hours.

ALARM DURATION: 20 seconds.

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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Perrelet's Turbine Toxic Special Edition

Perrelet Rocks With the New Release of the Eye-Catching
Turbine Toxic Special Edition

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The slightly provocative Turbine Toxic model plays with danger by displaying an eye-catching trendy skull symbol, appearing in precious form at the heart of this Special Edition timepiece featuring an automatic P-331 Double Rotor movement, exclusive to Perrelet. 
A universally adopted aesthetic intended to signal the presence of toxic substances, the skull appeared in classical art as a symbol of the past, before coming to symbolize piracy in the 18th century, and then cer­tain well-known motorbike fans in the 1950s... It has now lost its taboo connotations to become a symbol of freedom that has spread throughout all echelons of the fashion world.

Courtesy of Perrelet

Beneath the optical effect created by the 12-blade wheel rotating across the Turbine Toxic models, the human skull appears in a truly luxurious interpretation. The men's version is set with 210 dia­monds (0.82 cts) and the ladies' variation with 155 dia­monds (0.59 cts). The resulting effects are all the more luminous in that they are set against an all-black back­ground spread across the cases, dials and straps.
Courtesy of Perrelet

The line offers a choice of two sizes - the bold Turbine Toxic XL model measuring 50 millimeters (mm) in diame­ter; a DLC-treated steel watch on a rubber strap, and the more demure 41 mm-diameter Turbine Toxic XS in DLC-treated steel on a rubber or satin strap.

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Tuesday, 10 July 2012


Courtesy of Bremont

Bremont is delighted to announce the opening of its first stand-alone store which will be located on South Audley Street, Mayfair. Joining an impressive line-up of high-end brands that include Purdey and Marc Jacobs, the boutique will showcase the Bremont collections as well as encompassing the heritage of the brand.
Courtesy of Bremont
Following the successful launch of the brand co-founded by brothers Nick and Giles English in 2007, it has gone from strength to strength winning several awards such as the Retail Watch Brand of the Year in 2011 as well as Watch Pro’s Luxury Watch and the People’s Choice Award in the watch category at the Couture Watch & Jewellery Show in Las Vegas in 2012.

Courtesy of Bremont
Bremont has seen significant growth across the UK, US and Asian markets and is stocked in over 40 of the best retailers worldwide. It now celebrates the launch of its flagship boutique in London’s Mayfair, occupying two levels it will have a club-like atmosphere with its very own bar.

Courtesy of Bremont
Giles English, Co-Founder of Bremont: “As a British company we felt we needed a show-case to promote ourselves to visitors from all around the world. The boutique will be more than a traditional watch store. There will be an explorers club based from there, a considerable watch library and it will also be the only place in the world to see unique items like the Bremont B-1 Marine Clock. It is never an easy decision to launch your own boutique, but when we were approached by Grosvenor regarding the location there was no hesitation. We felt it was perfect for our brand.”

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Monday, 9 July 2012

Grand Shar DBT in Titanium from Dubey & Schaldenbrand


Dubey & Schaldenbrand celebrate the tradition of watchmaking with their new high-performance Grand Shar DBT Tourbillon model that beats at 21,600 vib/h. This tourbillon movement is housed in an exclusive lightweight case formed from titanium grade 5 and treated by a patented oxidation process that increases the hardness of the material and its mechanical resistance. The unique color of the titanium case is due to in house electro-plasma treatment. This technique is used only in the most innovative of environments, such as the aerospace and medical industries. This process has been improved and optimized for the high quality standards of Dubey & Schaldenbrand, and encompassed into a timepiece with a tourbillon for the first time. 
Courtesy of Dubey & Schaldenbrand

Tourbillon base 8001 
21'600 vibrations per hour 
12 / incabloc 
power reserve 
100 hours 
hours and minutes 
anthracite and silver dial 
skeleton DS hands, coated with SuperLuminova 
titanium grade 5 treated by oxidation; crown with DS engraving 
dimensions // water resistance 
44 mm // to 50 meters 
watch crystal 
convex spherical inside and outside upper sapphire crystal; anti-reflective on both sides; sapphire case-back 
strap and buckle 
black alligator with buckle in titanium grade 5 treated by oxidation 

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Friday, 6 July 2012

PRIMUS Desert Pilot – for the modern adventurer The

The models featured in the Primus collection offer a contemporary take on the legendary chronographs produced by Hanhart. In 2012, the Swiss-German watch brand is launching the Primus Desert Pilot pilot’s chronograph, which sports a trendy outdoor look with a sand-blasted case and a sand-colored dial and fabric strap.
Courtesy of Hanhart

The Swiss-German watch brand Hanhart, which is celebrating its 130th anniversary in 2012, is known for its precision-perfect and absolutely reliable instrument watches designed for use in the air, on the land and on the sea. The pilot’s chronographs it started producing in its manufactory in the southern German town of Gütenbach back in 1939 were instrumental in shaping the iconic design of this type of timepiece. Hanhart has produced a contemporary version of these legendary chronographs in the form of the Primus Pilot, which cleverly combines historical details with progressive design.

The perfect outdoor look
Inspired by the desire for freedom and adventure, Hanhart is now introducing the Primus Desert Pilot, a watch with a cool outdoor look that highlights the independence of the wearer. Its solid stainless steel case with flexible lugs has a matt sand-blasted finish, giving it a technical and sporty appearance. Another new feature is the sand-colored dial, which presents a striking contrast to the large Arabic numeral 12, clearly readable index marks and distinctive hands – all of which are finished with a black Super-LumiNova® coating. It is encased by a convex, internally anti-reflective sapphire glass, while a screwed-down sapphire glass case back allows the wearer to see the fascinating interplay of the movement and the rotor. The Primus Desert Pilot is finished off with a coarsely woven fabric strap – also sand-colored – along with a practical, easily adjustable folding clasp made from sand-blasted stainless steel with an inlaid red marking.

Committed to tradition
However, like all the models in the Primus collection, the Desert Pilot also bears the recognizable hallmarks which hark back to Hanhart’s watch manufacturing tradition: one of the brand’s distinctive features, the red reset button, underlines the relationship between Hanhart’s first pilot’s chronographs, its mechanical stopwatches and the current collection. It has been a distinguishing characteristic of Hanhart watches since 1939 and was previously intended to prevent pilots from unintentionally resetting the stop time. For the models featured in the Primus collection it has been finished with anodized aluminum. The thin, distinctive fluted bezel with inlaid red marking is also reminiscent of the design of the legendary chronographs from Gütenbach.

Top functionality, ease of use and maximum readability
In order to ensure safety and ease of use for the measurement of time intervals or for air and water navigation, or when using a stopwatch to measure interval times and end times or distances on dry land, the first priority was to ensure maximum functionality, ease of use and outstanding reading precision. There was no need for unnecessary gimmicks or design features on the case and dial, and Hanhart continues, as always, to stand by this maxim. To ensure an accurate
time display and precision chronometry, the models in the Primus collection are equipped with an automatic calibre modified to a bicompax display, featuring a rotor with a skeletonized Hanhart logo. This allows the small seconds to be clearly positioned at 9 o’clock and the 30-minute counter to be arranged at 3 o’clock – a configuration which Hanhart has customarily used from the very beginning. Perfect readability is guaranteed not least by the clear design of the
dial and the black Super-LumiNova® coated hands.

Courtesy of Hanhart

Movement: HAN3809 modified automatic chronograph movement (bicompax), based on the Valjoux 7750 calibre; 28,800 vibrations per hour, 4 Hz; 28 jewels; rotor with a skeletonized Hanhart logo; power reserve of min. 42 hours

Functions: Small seconds at 9 o’clock, 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock, date display at 6 o’clock

Case: Sand-blasted stainless steel; anodised aluminium red reset button; fluted bezel with inlaid red marking; convex, internally anti-reflective sapphire glass; screwed-down, internally anti-reflective sapphire glass case back; large screw-in crown; flexible lugs; diameter 44 mm, height 15 mm; water-resistant to 10 bar/100 m

Dial: Sand-colored; with black Super-LumiNova®-coated, luminous Arabic numeral, index marks and hands

Strap: Fabric strap; folding clasp with inlaid red marking (anodised aluminum) made from sand-blasted stainless steel

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RICHARD MILLE – New RM 011 Felipe Massa Flyback Chronograph “RED KITE”

Courtesy of Richard Mille
With its chestnut red body and slender black wingtips, the Red Kite is one of the most elegant birds of prey patrolling the skies. This graceful hunter’s striking plumage echoes the surprising combination of materials in the new Richard Mille RM 011 Felipe Massa Flyback Chronograph RED KITE limited edition. 

The tripartite case—emblematic of all Richard Mille watches—features the luster of a 5N red gold bezel, crown and pusher casings, in stark contrast with the matte black texture of its DLC titanium case band, case back, pushers and deployant buckle. The red gold hue carries through to the watch’s numerals, hands and lacquered rotor, while black reappears on the crown protector and rubber strap. 

Some of the RM 011’s main features, which include major technical innovations, are its skeletonized automatic winding movement with adjustable rotor geometry; 60-minute countdown timer; 12-hour totalizer; annual calendar; and oversize date and month. 

Only 30 pieces of the new RM 011 Felipe Massa Flyback Chronograph RED KITE will be made. The limited edition will be sold exclusively at authorized Richard Mille retailers in North and South America. 

Technical Specifications of the RM 011 Felipe Massa Flyback Chronograph RED KITE 
- Skeletonized automatic winding movement 
- Dimensions: 50.00 mm X 40.00 mm X 16.15 mm 
- Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, month display between 4 and 5 o’clock, oversize date display at 12 o’clock, flyback chronograph, annual calendar, 60-minute countdown timer, 12-hour totalizer 
- Rotor with variable geometry and red gold lacquer detail 
- Power reserve: 55 hours (without chronograph running) 
- Water resistant to 50 meters 
- Limited edition of 30 pieces 
- Presented on a black rubber strap 

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Thursday, 5 July 2012

Sea God Black & White

From our partner site - Tempus Fugit

Watches are fun - at least they should be.  Writing about this stuff, sometimes several times a day, 365 days a year - it's easy to get bogged down in LUXURY, EXCLUSIVITY, etc.  It can actually get a bit tiresome.  I think it is easy to forget that a watch is something that is not necessarily needed, but rather something that is WANTED.  Hopefully, something that is fun.  To that end, if you are not already familiar with them, allow me to introduce you to Sea God.  This is their Sea God Black & White.
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46 mm, black DLC, self-winding movement.

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Hautlence - HL2.0 the Movie

It is sometimes said that a picture is worth a thousand words - how about a "moving picture"?

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Wednesday, 4 July 2012

AEROWATCH – Collection 1942 Butterfly

AEROWATCH – Collection 1942 Butterfly
Ref. A 44960 AA01

The subtle flutter of butterflies which grace our summers inspired Aerowatch to launch a new creation for ladies, a timepiece that endearingly symbolizes the sensuous lightness of being.
Courtesy of Aerowatch
It is a watch that gently hugs the wrist and reflects the free spirit of dainty butterflies as they frolic in the summer breeze, evoking and recalling moments of joy and fulfillment.

A round steel case emphasizes the finesse of the dial: decorated with delicate wings and voluptuous Arabic numerals, its poetry invites contemplation. The vivacious Butterfly features a Swiss quartz movement with an aperture date and is worn on a noble white leather strap.

This lovely watch pays tribute to all the women in the world and is eager to brighten their days with bliss and happiness. The Butterfly is available exclusively from Aerowatch dealers.

Quartz movement 11 1/2 (lines), Swiss Made
Hour, minute, date at 6 o’clock
Every hours the Butterflies change colour
35.00mm diameter steel case
Snap-in back
Lacquered white dial
Rhodium-plated feuille-shaped hands, Arabic numeral indices
Sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 50 meters
White leather strap
Steel pin buckle
Version available with metal bracelet

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Graham's new Chronofighter Oversize

Daring GRAHAM is prepared to brave the elements to put its new generation of
Chronofighter Oversize to the test of real life. The sturdy and wandering chronographs do
not fear extreme conditions and have been developed for explorers and modern
conquerors. The new Chronofighter Oversize is already a legendary wrist machine as the
performance goes far beyond technological limits.

Courtesy of Graham
Every adventurer knows that the world is dangerous and insecure. Wind howling, weird
sounds from nowhere. Thick forests, sharp mountains, dangerous animals, fickle weather,
unknown tribes...everything is conceivable. A nameless world appears around you. A world in
which the most exciting adventures can happen.

The new Chronofighter Oversize has been developed to survive in today’s toughest
environments. Completely re-engineered, the Chronofighter Oversize features many
characteristics which will help explorers of modern times to survive and move forward through
real life conditions.
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The start and stop lever on the left of the case, renowned GRAHAM signature, is made of
plain carbon material and results from a very specific machining process. This means that the lever is a unique piece of carbon which provides the watch with more stiffness and enhanced usability. The black ceramic bezel gives the watch its strength and shining personality.

To brave the elements, each watch is also endowed with a calculated telemeter scale. It enables
to measure distances thanks to speed of sound by starting the chronograph when a visible event
occurs (e.g. lightning) and stop it when the sound reaches the observer (e.g. thunder). As the
temperature influences the speed of sound, our engineers have based their calculations on 25°C,
the average temperature on Earth. The distance in kilometres can be measured on the dial
thanks to the scale rim (346 m/s).

Courtesy of Graham
High-tech material and processes have been used to create a watch that withstands dangerous
and rugged environments: a watch you can absolutely rely on.
The watch is light to wear and safe. The colours of each watch will help you blend into every

Get your back-pack ready. GRAHAM will take you to the most inspiring climes.

Main features also include:
47 mm steel with black PVD case, calibre G1747, automatic chronograph, 25 jewels, 28’800 A/h
(4Hz), Incabloc shock absorber, 48 hours power reserve, domed sapphire crystal with antireflective
coating on both faces, smoked sapphire case back, integrated beige fabric strap.

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