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Graham Chronofighter Vintage GMT

The latest addition to the Graham Chronofighter collection integrates a second time zone in a design that takes inspirations from different eras elegantly in its stride.

Parented by the series launched at the dawn of the new millennium, the Chronofighter Vintage GMT combines sophisticated contemporary horology with visible vintage flashbacks. It whisks the imagination on time travel trips taking in nostalgic plane adventures, fuelled by whispers of the worlds of independent babyboomers and the liberated Beat Generation. The family’s trademark stop-start trigger is reliably ready for action.

Chronofighter Vintage GMT

On a technical level, a G1733 automatic chronograph movement makes the two worlds of this timepiece go round simultaneously. The unidirectional rotation bezel, decorated with a lateral helical toothing, features 24 positions. A large double-disk date at 12 o’clock also dressed up the dial. All are travel essentials in modern timekeeping terms. A boxlock mechanism adds an appealing, slow, tick-tock sound to the ceramic bezel’s motion. Underlining the statement of technical complexity is the construction of the trigger, combining a co-axial crown and push button.

Chronofighter Vintage GMT

Dark sunbrushed dials with a radial gradient capture a wide range of shades to show off the Superluminova markings, snailed counters with a rhodiated ring. The instrument character of the overall look is signed off by a see-through case back to reveal the movement’s functioning. This watch is designed for tough real and aspiring globetrotters everywhere.

Chronofighter Vintage GMT

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