Graham London Swordfish Booster Iris Watch - Extraordinary Rainbow Effect

Nov 15, 2011
Graham London has proudly introduced its new Swordfish Booster Iris watch, mind-blowing in its appearance. The presentation of the novelty occurred in the Saatchi Gallery, which traditionally displays pieces of modern art and often hosts exhibitions of unknown artists.

The new Graham London watch boggles the public’s imagination with its extraordinary rainbow effect, attainable due to a special treatment. Exclusively created for the brand, this nanometer-scale coating contains a complex composition of layer's oxide, which makes the timekeeper’s surface to change colors in reflected light.

The model is set in a 48mm stainless steel case with black PVD-treated surface. It is fitted with right-hand control pushers, embellished with a "Clous de Paris" motif. The pushers produce the same iridescent effect as the timepiece body. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 100 meters.

Housed in the case is a mother-of-pearl dial, created in tune with the overall spirit of the new Graham London Swordfish Booster Iris watch. Completed with hour-markers and oversized Arabic numerals at 12 and 6 o’clock, it ensures central hours, minutes and seconds. The display also offers 30-minute and 12-hour snailed chronograph counters, located at 9 and 3 o’clock respectively. Each of them is magnified by 15%.

The functions are controlled by a G1710 calibre movement. Paved with 34 jewels, it supplies a 48-hour power reserve. The new Graham London watch is mounted on a green croco strap.

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