This year, Graham, the Swiss-based watch brand, celebrates the 15th anniversary of its Chronofighter watch. Angus Davies grasps the opportunity to get ‘hands-on’ with a new variant of the watch, presented in a beautiful shade of blue.
Angus Davies reviews the horological tour de force, the Geo. Graham Tourbillon Orrery, a timepiece which displays the solar system upon its dial. A hands-on experience with the watch left the Lancastrian watch admirer amazed at its breathtakingly sublime creation.
Angus Davies falls for the charms of the Geo. Graham Tourbillon, a slender timepiece equipped with a micro-rotor and tourbillon. This watch reveals another side to the brand which takes its name from the legendary English clockmaker, George Graham (1673-1751).
Angus Davies provides an in-depth review of the Graham Silverstone RS Skeleton. This chronograph has been in the possession of the self-confessed watch addict for several months and this extended tenure has led to a thorough understanding of the many attributes of this neoteric watch.
The Graham Chronofighter Prodive Professional is the vivid yellow diving tool created by anglophile Eric Loth and his creative team at Graham-London. Also available in black or blue, it is the limited edition yellow variant that has caught my attention.