Graham London – Products, News and Reviews

History
Graham is an unrepentantly English name for an exquisitely English watch. If you’re interested in the minutiae of watch making, Graham was the surname of George Graham, born in 1673, master watchmaker who lived in Fleet Street in London.

Current Methods
Graham London engineers, designers and watchmakers create a form of mechanical perfection that doesn’t look or feel like just another Swiss watch. One that has its own quirky way of doing things.

And indeed, Graham watches have a certain confidence about them. They’re not shy and retiring. They’ve got big movements, big pushers and slightly bigger hands than most.

Graham London use mechanisms and materials in a slightly different way. For example, the trigger mechanism that starts the stopwatch, the use of ceramic and carbon fibre and only use chronometer quality movements.

Graham go to slightly potty lengths to create a shock resistant Tourbillon. The watch wearers don’t spend their lives gardening. They do stuff and that means grief for a watch mechanism and its the years of devotion to cracking problems like that. George Graham would have been proud of.

Graham London Watch Collection – Range

Tourbillograph
Chronofighter 1695
Silverstone
Chronofighter
Tourist Trophy
Swordfish
RBS 6 Nations

Each of these ranges have anumber of models and variations of Graham Watches.

Graham London Chronofighter Prodrive – Professional Divers Watch Press Release by Graham London Darkness, strange creatures, high pressure, abyss, sea caverns, words that describe the unknown deep underwater world sound mythical and full of thrill. GRAHAM wanted to make these words become reality and create a true luxury diver’s watch for professional adventurers and watch […]

Graham London Silverstone Vintage 30 Timepiece LIVING A LIFE OF A CERTAIN VINTAGE Press Release by Graham London No trophies, no awards, no podium, only Gentlemen driving. With beautiful lines and shapes, the GRAHAM Silverstone Vintage 30 pays tribute to the origin of racing, to our passion for tracks and beautiful mechanics. Powered by an automatic bi-compax chronograph, […]

SalonQP 2012 – Best of British Following on from our Series of SalonQP related posts and Press Releases, we have taken the liberty to introduce you to some of the British watchmakers who will be present at this Fine Watch Event. We have seen an emergence or should we say a re-emergence of British watch […]