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Graham Fortress Monopusher Limited Edition Models

Graham, which has managed to become one of the unique names of the watch world with its original details that include vintage elements as well as its bold designs, is meeting with watch lovers once again with two new limited edition models.


The brand, named after the British watchmaker George Graham, is among the unique names of the watch world despite its relatively young age. Graham, which reveals itself at first glance with its models equipped with a trigger-like chronograph start button (Bomb Timer style) located on the left side of the case, also hosts a wide range of products ranging from standard models to complications such as Tourbillon.

The newly added models, which obviously feature typical Graham style details, draw attention with their slightly more modest designs compared to the previous models.

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The new models come with a 47mm diameter stainless steel case. The case, in which matte and glossy surfaces are used together, has a concave bezel and a curved sapphire crystal on the front, and a sapphire crystal display covers on the back. The case, which is waterproof up to 100 meters, sports an onion-shaped crown that also operates the monopusher chronograph function.


The two versions in the model family are distinguished from each other by their dial colors. The dial, accompanied by Arabic numeral indices and thick hands, is available in black (2FOAS.B01A) and blue (2FOAS.U01A). There is a date window at 9 o'clock of the dials, which also feature Retro elements with their textured background pattern and gradient style. The dials, which offer an unusual Bi-Compax chronograph layout with sub-dials at 3 and 6 o'clock, draw attention with the red color detail at the Fortress lettering as well as at the tip of the central second's hand.


Caliber G1750 movement gives life to new models. The Valjoux 7750-based automatic chronograph movement beats at a frequency of 4Hz (28,800vph) and offers a power reserve of up to 48 hours when fully wound.


The models, which are limited to only 100 pieces each, come on a beige stitched black calf strap and a stainless steel buckle. The new models are available at a list price of EUR 6,450/each.

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