The Graham Swordfish morphs unorthodox into trendy. Subversive becomes cohesive in the new Graham Swordfish timepieces. Named after a highly migratory predator, they use technical prowess and unconventional design to swim in bigger seas. Two 20% magnifying glasses over the hour and minute counters stare out questioningly at the onlooker. Stunning and charismatic, the first Graham Swordfish watches were born in 2004, with an unorthodox identity. This new design remains a rare species, and is now evolving into one that is manoeuvring its way into the expansive catchment area of discerning watch lovers.
Green sunbrushed dial withwhite Super Lumi-Nova indexes
G1710, automatic chronograph withco-axial counters
330 feet/ 100 m / 10 bar
Green rubber mesh pattern with with bronze pin buckle
46 mm bronze (alloy CuSn8 – used by the naval industry). Bronze satin-brushed bezel. Flat sapphire crystal with two portholes. See-through titanium caseback