Large, Powerful & Light – Hands-On with the Graham Chronofighter Superlight

Large, Powerful & Light – Hands-On with the Graham Chronofighter Superlight

Enhanced with striking tones, the Graham Chronofighter Superlight stands apart from the group. At 47 mm in width, it is a watch you need to take a stab at, particularly on the grounds that it is shockingly light – under 100g – and comfortable notwithstanding its colossal measurement. Today, we go active with this striking and vivid chronograph motivated by racing.

The Graham Chronofighter Superlight truly gets the eye with its unconventional plan and strong tones. Try not to confide in appearances, it is large however wears comfortable. It includes innovative, superior innovation and material; its case being formed out of dark carbon nanotube composite. The complex assembling measure incorporates a cleaned bezel and chronograph start/stop trigger in carbon fiber. A somewhat domed sapphire precious stone with twofold sided AR covering gives extensive survey of the dial. The case back is fitted with a sapphire precious stone and got with 6 screws.

Designed for execution and productivity, the mark left-side trigger moves the chronograph capacities from the wrist while permitting the wearer to begin/stop the chronograph with the thumb, the quickest, all things considered, – and after a couple of tests, we can disclose to you that it for sure works impeccably. The left situation of the trigger and its incitation with the thumb is in reality extremely natural… perhaps more than the traditional twin-pushers at 2 and 4. Obviously, this infers a somewhat extraordinary feel on the wrist – and regardless, you can likewise utilize this watch as a lefty.

The dark and dim woven dial is made of carbon fiber as well. In spite of its complicated plan, perusing the time is simple, with enormous hour markers. It is matched with huge energetic hands with iridescent covering, while the chronograph hands are introduced in a differentiating tone (in yellow on the yellow or the blue variants, in red on the red version). A tachymeter scale around the edge of the dial underlines the specialized character of the watch and sets it as a hustling chronograph, which bodes well with the trigger and the carbon fiber utilized for the case.

The Graham Chronofighter Superlight is controlled by the programmed type G1747, in view of the dependable Valjoux 7750, the incredible cam and switch chronograph. It shows the date at 8 o’clock in a little window. The converse chronograph 30-minute counter is additionally a decent, if abnormal touch, and its hand focuses descending when reset, to improve coherence. As the chronograph trigger is set on the left side, the whole showcase is indeed switched. This workhorse works at 28,800vph and offers a force save of 48 hours. It is noticeable through the smoked sapphire case back, which is a cool touch, rational with the general dull plan of the watch. Simultaneously, some may feel that the smoky color it makes it somewhat more hard to consider the movement.

An incorporated elastic lash, decorated with a Clous de Paris design and composed with the dial shading sets the last touch. It is shut with a dark carbon pin clasp. It is estimated at CHF 9,900. More subtleties on graham1695.com .

Technical particulars Graham Chronofighter Superlight

  • Case: 47 mm – superlight dark carbon composite case – domed sapphire gem with twofold sided antireflective covering – smoked sapphire case back – water impervious to 100m
  • Movement: Caliber G1747 (altered Valjoux 7750) – mechanical with automatic winding – 48h power save – 28,800 vibrations/h – 25 gems – hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph, date
    • Calibre 1790 for the skeleton rendition (modified Valjoux 7750) – mechanical with automatic winding – 48h power hold – 28,800 vibrations/h – 29 gems – hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph.
  • Strap:  incorporated elastic lash, emblazoned with a Clous de Paris design with carbon pin buckle
  • Available in blue, red or yellow (Superlight); white or dark (Superlight Skeleton)
  • Retail value: CHF 9,900 – CHF 10,900 for the Superlight skeleton.