Graham Chronofighter 1695 Automatic Watch
Graham Chronofighter 1695 Automatic Watch
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Graham has been making quality watches since 1695 in the heart of Switzerland’s La Chaux-de-Fonds region. The brand is known for its oversized trigger on the left side of the case, which is featured here again on the Chronofighter 1695 model Read More

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ED61
1007
Feb 24, 2020
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If this brand is better quality than omega its a shame i can’t buy a new omega for $1800 but then again if your a gadget type nerd this is you I’ve yet to see a graham that I would wear even if someone gave it to me the stupid trigger thing has no place on a watch especially at luxury watch brand retail prices i find it very hard to believe this watch could compete with omega or any other real luxury watch brand this retail price is even more ridicules then most over priced half Ass exspensive watches
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Feb 24, 2020
htleetw
9
Feb 26, 2020
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New seamaster 300 with transparent caseback is my target! ^^
Feb 26, 2020
ED61
1007
Feb 26, 2020
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There a bit chunkier but a better movement although the version i have has been increasingly in value and becoming more collectible because of its size thinner and 41 mm and I installed the adjustable clasp
Feb 26, 2020
htleetw
9
Feb 24, 2020
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I own OMEGA and several Grahams. The quality is no less, even better. The case, dial, rubber, leather...all great. As a brand, my only complaint of Graham is that they don't have in house movement. For this model, everything is great. I like all number dial especially. The only drawback is the trigger... It is too simplified. If it is the trigger used on 43mm Chronofighter. I will buy one.
Feb 24, 2020
mclose
135
Feb 23, 2020
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Grahams are an acquired taste, which even after repeated exposure, I never found compelling. This model, in both size and style, is rather modest by their standards. At $1,800 it seems well priced after looking at Chono24 and a couple of the grey-market shops.
Feb 23, 2020
Brooklin
12
Feb 22, 2020
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Ouch ... nice looking watch except for ... picture says the rest.
Feb 22, 2020
Cartmen
127
Feb 21, 2020
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It reminds me an old soda siphon.
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Feb 21, 2020
BeastMD
32
Feb 21, 2020
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Nevermind
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Feb 21, 2020
mhip
226
Feb 21, 2020
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Finally a southpaw watch with a built in bear spray trigger. It has to be at least 15mm thick, to hold the bear spray...
Feb 21, 2020
Hewitt29
791
Feb 21, 2020
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Interesting watch for sure ! The side lock looks like a bottle opener lol
Feb 21, 2020
RayF
17185
Feb 21, 2020
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I thought the Snyper Ironclad was the only watch with a built-in cigarette lighter? I guess they all the rage now? Wonder if they make lighter upgrades for my SKX?
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Feb 21, 2020
Watchyoutalkingabout
1546
Feb 21, 2020
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Why do they make chronographs with no running seconds indication? Is it like a date window thing - some people just don’t like it? i just find it odd, because save for super expensive ‘dead beat’ mechanical watches which actually tick, one of the joys of having a mechanical watch is the sweep of the seconds hand. I can understand the omission of running seconds on say, a Calatrava from Patek or a Vacheron Patrimony, but does anyone know why you wouldn’t want it on a chrono? Sure, you have the chrono seconds but unless you’re running a column wheel chronograph, you don’t want to leave it running all the time.
Feb 21, 2020
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