The prominent watchmaker Graham has recently surprised its faithful admirers by presenting an extraordinary Chronofighter Trigger Back in Black Rattrapante watch. The timepiece has been unveiled at Baselworld 2010.
The new Graham watch houses a self-winding bi-compax chronograph movement - Calibre G1743, which runs at 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers a 42-hour power reserve. Composed of 353 individual parts, it incorporates 31 jewels.
The movement is equipped with a Rattrapante mechanism. Provided along with the basic chronograph functions of hours, minutes and seconds, this “split-seconds” function enables the watch wearer to read the intermediate time.
Intriguing and extremely alluring, the Chronofighter Trigger Back in Black Rattrapante is distinguished by its refined design. The watch features a case with black PVD-treated carbide on stainless steel. It is 16 mm thick and measures 46 mm in diameter. Embraced by the case is a black galvanic dial completed with black luminous indexes.
The dial of the Graham Chronofighter watch boasts daring accents of red, which accentuate the Rattrapante function. The display proudly reveals a slim red hand, which pairs well with a black-and-red control button featured by the case. Just as well, the dial reveals a 60-second counter at 3 o’clock and a 30-minute counter at 9 o’clock. They are joined by a power reserve indicator, nestled at 12 o’clock.
The brand’s novel creation is endowed with the famous patented Graham-London left-hand co-axial fast-action control device, which guarantees accurate handling of the watch.
The Graham Chronofighter Trigger Back in Black Rattrapante watch is submersible to 50 meters. The timepiece is presented on an alligator leather strap or Graham embossed hypoallergenic black rubber strap.