La Chaux-de-Fonds based watchmaker Graham recently introduced a very interesting and unique diver’s wristwatch — the Chronofighter Prodive Professional.
The Prodive is capable of withstanding water pressure down to an impressive 600 meters — but more impressive — is that the chronograph operates at those depths. Yes, the Breitling Superocean M2000 Chronograph which we recently covered, can be started/stopped/reset at 600 meters, well beyond that actually, but it is a quartz timepiece. Even Jaeger-LeCoultre introduced a mechanical diver’s watch this year with chronograph functionality as deep as 100 meters. But the Graham Prodive, is a true professional mechanical dive watch.
What special design features make it unique?