Graham London Presents Silverstone Time Zone Watches

Nov 16, 2010
Graham London has proudly brought forth its head-turning Silverstone Time Zone collection. It includes three extraordinary watches, which embody a rare set of skills governed by time, precision and patience.

With 42 mm in diameter, the new Graham London models are the smallest watches ever produced by the brand.

The new Silverstone Time Zone Black watch is clothed in a steel case, equipped with faceted horns. It is fitted with a right-hand crown, manufactured from the same material. The back side of the case reveals a see-through sapphire crystal. The timepiece handles depths of up to 50 meters.

Enclosed in the case is a black carbon dial. It is shielded by a domed sapphire crystal, which features an anti-reflective treatment on both sides. The dial boasts white lacquered Arabic numerals, oversized at 6 and 12 oclock.

Pointing to the hours, minutes and seconds are centralized white hands, outlined in grey. They are highlighted with Superluminova, which ensures an excellent level of night-time visibility.

The display also offers a date indication, arranged at 7 oclock. Moreover, the new Silverstone Time Zone Black watch features a second time zone.

It can be read from a black GMT hand, fitted with a red tip. Framing the dial is a black steel bezel, marked with a steel GMT graduation.

The timekeeper relies on a self-winding G1714 caliber movement. Encrusted with 21 jewels, it operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and supplies a 42-hour power reserve. The mechanism is endowed with the Incabloc shock absorber system.

Complementing the harmony of the new Graham watch is a black leather strap, embellished with red stitches.

The new Silverstone Time Zone Gulf Blue watch is equipped with the same features as the model presented above.

Its carbon dial, however, is outlined a blue steel bezel. The last-mentioned element sports a black GMT graduation.

The display comprises white Superluminova-coated hands, which travel over orange lacquered Arabic numerals.

The GMT hand is dressed in black and fitted with a blue tip. The model is accompanied by a black leather strap, decorated with matching blue stitches.

Setting the new Silverstone Time Zone Silver watch apart from the previous models is its silver dial. It is encircled by a steel black bezel, which exhibits a steel GMT graduation.

The display of this timepiece comprises white Superluminova-treated hands, gliding over white lacquered Arabic numerals. They are joined by a black GMT hand, finalized by a red tip.

The new Graham London watch is teamed with a black leather strap, adorned with grey stitches.

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