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In the Vintage GMT version, a central GMT hand with a prominent red arrow-head tip (filled with SuperLuminova) adds a second time zone to the display. A black ceramic unidirectional bezel with 24 positions even allows for a third time zone to be programmed: the standard hour and minute hands show local time, the 24-hour GMT hand shows a second time zone (simply multiply the hour the hand is pointing to for the 24-hour clock) and turning the bezel can set an additional off-set from GMT for the third time zone. A dark green sunbrushed dial with radial gradient and a matching green calfskin strap round off the vintage look.
Precision Swiss timekeeping is provided by the G1733 self-winding chronograph movement, which operates at 28,800 vibrations per hour (4Hz) and offers a power reserve of 48 hours. The movement can be admired beneath a sapphire crystal case back. Furthermore, 100 metre water resistance ensures that the Graham Chronofighter Vintage GMT is well equipped for even the most demanding environments
Brice Lechevalier is the founder of GMT, the watch magazine of reference in Switzerland, founder of the Geneva Watch Tour and director of Europe’s leading watch news website, WorldTempus. Twelve major watchmakers have entrusted him with the task of designing a unique commemorative piece to mark the 16th anniversary of WorldTempus
The Chronofighter Vintage GMT by Graham is probably the most radical unique piece produced to commemorate the 16th anniversary of the WorldTempus website. The small red 16 at the 16 position on the bezel contrasts with the chunky crown and its eye-catching lever assembly for starting and stopping the automatic chronograph. A special order for a special person.