The lever actually seems to fit much better than previous models from Graham.
This is a Graham that I finally like.
Dont get me wrong, but their other models havent been in my taste or any other watchlovers.
It also has a 600m water resistance, is pretty good but I had expected more .
-Chronograph (seconds, 30 minutes counter) to measure decompression time. Date at 9 o’clock. Black PVD automatic Helium escape valve
-Hours, minutes, seconds
-Calibre G1750, automatic mono-pusher chronograph, 28’800 A/h (4Hz), Incabloc shock absorber
-Power reserve : 48 hours
-45 mm steel case
-Integrated steel with black PVD left hand fast-action start / stop / reset trigger. Functional at 2000 feet / 600 m.
-Screwed yellow rubber coated crown (automatic locking system (bayonet) and red safety ring)
-Steel with black PVD bezel, unidirectional rotating rim (120 positions) to measure dive time, luminous indicator at 12 o’clock
-Domed sapphire crystal, anti-reflective coating on both faces
-Steel case back with shark imprinted and limited edition serial number
-2000 feet / 600 m / 60 bar
-Black dial and counters, propeller-shaped seconds counter (running indicator)
-White Super-LumiNova hands and grey indexes, yellow chrono and minutes counter’s hands
-Double luminescent indications: blue and green
Black, yellow and blue rubber bands are avialible.
Black and blue dials.
Which would you choose?!
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