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Jason Pitsch

Hands-On with Graham Chronofighter Navy Seals

Jason Pitsch

September 3, 2015

Earlier this week, Graham launched the limited edition Oversize Chronofighter Navy SEAL Foundation timepiece, which is limited to 500 pieces and for which a portion of every sale goes to charity.

Featuring the brand’s signature side-mounted trigger – in layered carbon fiber – the black PVD steel case measures 47 mm in diameter and has a gray-toned digital camouflage pattern dial.


The hours are marked by printed black luminous Arabic numerals. Oversized blacked coated steel hour and minute hands, with grey lume, indicate the time. A subdial at 3 o’clock, with a cross hair display, indicates small seconds, as well as identifying the edition number (in this case - 043/500). Chronograph seconds are displayed via the centrally mounted light grey baton-shaped hand. Chronograph minutes are indicated in the subdial at 6 o’clock. A small circular date window is visible in between 8 and 9 o’clock. The black printed outer chapter ring has a telemeter scale, with a 0-60 scale on the inner section of the ring.

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The symbol of the non-profit Navy SEAL Foundation which provides support and assistance to SEALs and their families is printed at 11 o’clock. Additionally, the caseback is adorned with the red, white and blue Navy Seal Foundation logo. A portion of the proceeds from each watch sale will go to the Navy Seal Foundation. Retail price is $8,050.


Graham, Hands-On

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