Graham Sprint-Counter

This timepiece was introduced in 1998 as a highly imaginative embodiment of the passion of British Masters designers for the Art Deco style.

It has particularly subtle shape with curved sides and an anatomical profile. The Graham Sprint-Counter watch incorporates an extraordinary technical feature: a special flyback mechanism fitted on the small direct-drive hand at 6o’clock and operated by an inclined push-piece.

This technical particularity and the resolutely architectural line of the Graham Sprint-Counter have delighted celebrities who appreciate beauty and exceptional quality such as His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

Graham Sprint-Counter watch

Its manual-winding mechanical movement is a 19.75mm diameter and 5mm high Graham G 715 calibre. It has 21 jewels and beats at 21.600 vibrations per hour.

It is also fitted with a Glucydur balance and a flat balance-spring. Incabloc shock-resistant system. Power-reserve of approximately 40 hours. The movement has “Côtes de Genève” decoration and is timed in 5 positions.

Available in 5N18 red gold, in an eminently classical version or with brilliants weighing over 1.50 carats, the Sprint Counter watch by GRAHAM is cased up with a silvered or black dial. It has a convex sapphire crystal and is water-resistant to 100 feet. It has hour and minute functions and a fly-back seconds hand on the small direct-drive counter at 6 o’clock.

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