GRAHAM traces its origins to London clockmaker George Graham (1673-1751) who is considered as the father of modern watch making. He is known as the father of the chronograph as he invented the start and stop device of the chronograph, the dead-beat and cylinder escapements, to name a few. He also built the master clock for Greenwich Royal Observatory which timed the majority of the achievements by the 18th century astronomers and sailors and lots of measuring instruments for scientists. GRAHAM SA was created in 1995 and develops outstanding and atypical watches in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.

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SILVERSTONE RS RACING
On track to be a hit

GRAHAM launches new colours for its generation of wrist machines dedicated to speed and intensity. The track focused trilogy perfectly blends into the tough racing environment. Completed with racing coloured dials that recall car dashboards and tyre tread rubber straps, each watch carries its own energy and confident dimension. The chronographs feature a tachymeter function and a day date at 3 o’clock for a more precise time measurement.
The Silverstone RS Racing is enhanced by a steel case and composite ring with subtle touches of colour under the bezel which give a tri-dimensional view on the unstoppable racing wrist machine.

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