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    Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    I've always liked these and just picked one up in a trade (traded my Bucherer for this and Audemars ROO standard). Really enjoy wearing it. My new, used, Graham:









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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    That clasp is the weirdest one I have ever seen. Is there not a risk it opens if you catch one of the "wings" on something?

    The watch looks good !!

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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    Used to tell newbies that it was the only combo cigarette lighter - watch on the market. A lot of them believed it.

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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Janne View Post
    That clasp is the weirdest one I have ever seen. Is there not a risk it opens if you catch one of the "wings" on something?

    The watch looks good !!
    No. Both "wings" must be squeezed together simultaneously to release the deployant. Although it is big, I never notice it when wearing it. It is very comfortable and the easiest and most "wow" deployant to open that I have ever used.


    Quote Originally Posted by Watchbreath View Post
    Used to tell newbies that it was the only combo cigarette lighter - watch on the market. A lot of them believed it.
    It does not surprise me that a newbie would believe this. It certainly does look like it.

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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    40mm without crown, 80mm with crown!

    Wear it in good health.
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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Wear it in good health.
    In a related matter, please be careful when wearing your Chronofighter because you could put your eye out with such a piece! In all seriousness, here's to all the people with the style and guts (and money) to pull off wearing atypical watches!

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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    Sorry, but that thing is just...not very nice.

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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Sodiac View Post
    Sorry, but that thing is just...not very nice.
    You realise it has an inbuilt bottle opener?
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    Re: Graham Chronofighter - 40mm

    I call them, 'The Holy Hand Granade'.
    Quote Originally Posted by Janne View Post
    You realise it has an inbuilt bottle opener?

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