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For Your Consideration: Graham Superlight Carbon Skeleton Translucent


Graham, I think it is safe to say, is a bit of a polarizing brand. Certainly, they turn out some high-class watches (such as this one), and their trigger mechanism for the chronograph is an icon for them. But that same trigger, and their generally larger cases, can push some folks away. Not the least of which would be the weight of a 47mm steel case. Well, these new versions of the Graham Superlight Carbon Skeleton Translucent certainly take that argument away.

The Graham Chronofighter Vintage Aircraft Ltd is taking off

There really is no doubt that Graham designs have ties into the history of aviation.  Their recent pinup watches highlight that and their recently announced watches, the Graham Chronofighter Vintage Aircraft Ltd, take that inspiration in a different – and somewhat literal – direction.

Graham Chronofighter… Nina!


Last week, we brought you the Graham Chronofighter news and now, Graham are back with an animation that may entertain you for a second – the delightful Nina makes an appearance out from behind the dial.

These are fun pieces, and if you like a chrono with a cool thumb trigger, have a look at Graham. The sunburst dials with the vintage pinup girls could be just the thing for you.

Everybody was Chrono-fighting… those cats were fast as lightning…


A Chronofighter is a lot of things. At the core, it’s a wonderful watch, with a difference. Graham just released four limited edition Chronofighters, with pin-up girl art.

Space Tripping with the Geo Graham Orrery Tourbillon

or-rer-y: a mechanical model of the solar system, or of just the sun, earth, and moon, used to represent their relative positions and motions.  This concludes our word-a-day calendar enlightenment.  Now, on to why we’re talking about mechanical models – the Geo Graham Orrery Tourbillon.

Introducing the Graham Chronofighter Vintage GMT

Like so many things horological, Graham’s trigger-fired Chronofighter is no longer a functional necessity. Unless you’re a bomber pilot flying high above Europe, you don’t need the added grip that the trigger gives you for starting your chronograph with freezing fingers. But it’s still damn cool.

Graham Chronofighter Superlight Carbon



While we here at WWR are all about the affordable end of the spectrum, there are certain watches that we like to write about that are firmly in the luxury end of the spectrum, and today’s watch is definitely one of those.  Why is that?  Well, I have seemingly always had a thing for watches that utilize carbon fiber, especially when it shows up on spots other than the dial.  So, when the news came out about the Graham Chronofighter Superlight Carbon, I just knew I would be talking about it.

Graham Dives In with the Navy SEAL Foundation For A Special Chronofighter


Over the past year or so, I have come to appreciate the Graham Chronofighter, and have been fortunate to review a couple different variations. While the large trigger over on the left side of the case initially seems like it would be rather unwieldy, it works rather well in practice, and gives things a much smaller appearance when the watch peeks out from under a cuff. Now, they have released a new version of the Graham Chronofighter that is a collaboration with the Navy SEAL Foundation.

Graham Chronofighter 1695 Silver Review


We first brought you word of Graham”s tribute to their founder, George Graham, back in September. At the time, it seemed like that writeup was about all we were able to give you, as the official word is that none of these silver creations were going to be coming stateside. Long story short, interest from folks like you was recognized, and the Chronofighter 1695 is now available in the US – and as a result, we”re able to bring you today”s hands-on review.

JEANRICHARD Terrascope Review


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Today, we”re going to revisit a brand we first covered on these pages back in October – JEANRICHARD. While in that last post we covered their Aeroscope from a distance, today, we”ll be going through a hands-on review of their land-oriented model, the Terrascope.