Assuming they’ve been good and not naughty, 25 lucky individuals around the world can celebrate in style with a Graham Chronofighter sporting a Merry pin up. This limited edition Swiss made timepiece magic’s a glamorous “Santa Babe” from the wish list to the wrist, from morning till night.
Meticulously hand-painted on the dial, Merry ignites festive spirit with 1940s nostalgia and top-of-the-tree horological craftsmanship. This Chronofighter Vintage Nose Art festive special is powered by an automatic chronograph G1747 movement, visible through a see-through case back. A day-date window at nine o’clock is ready to handle any sort of calendar countdown.
Each piece comes with a hand-sewn blue calf-leather strap, along with a red canvas alternative that will harmonize perfectly with any Santa outfit. What more could a guy wish for?
The watch features a sun-brushed vintage dial with an automatic chronograph with day-date, fast-action start/stop trigger and comes fitted with a hand -sewn calf leather strap. Ticking inside the watch case is a calibre G1747, automatic chronograph with an Incabloc shock absorber and 48-hour power reserve.
The case diameter measures 44 mm and is made of steel as is the bezel. The front of the watch is covered with a domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, while the case-back has a see-through sapphire crystal. The watch is water-resistant to 300 feet.
As an independent watch company, Graham manufactures its watches in their own production facilities in La Chaux-de-Fonds, the watchmaking capital of Switzerland. Their movements are first rate Swiss movements. They are all engineered or adapted exclusively for the brand.Graham is an unrepentantly English name for an exquisitely English watch. If you are interested in the minutiae of watchmaking, Graham was the surname of George Graham, born in 1673, a master watchmaker who lived in Fleet Street, London.