Graham pin-up girls went out on the streets in Hong Kong on June 29 to meet watch lovers and curious spectators.
Graham, the Swiss watch manufacturer with British roots, has partnered with a decidedly American institution to get the brand new limited-edition watch. Graham says that the opinion was designed with the needs of the U.S. Navy’s highly specialized Sea, Air Land (SEAL) team in head: the watch was tested for endurance in climatic conditions ranging from scorching deserts to warm, humid jungles to icy Arctic environments. The watch also embodies “stealth” together with the dark colors of its 47-mm-diameter case with black PVD coating, and using carbon fiber for the side-mounted “activate,” a touch of Graham’s chronograph watches.In accession to the chronograph screen (with a fundamental counter hand and a 30-minute totalizer at 6 o’clock, the grey camo dial includes a small seconds subdial at 3 o’clock, a round date window in 8 o’clock, and a telemeter scale (calculated 77oF and kilometers) on the outer perimeter. Black Super-LumiNova graces the minutes and hour hands. The insignia of the Navy SEAL Foundation — a non-profit charitable organization devoted to providing assistance and support to SEALs and their families — seems subtly at 11 o’clock.
In a very festive atmosphere, the pin-ups walked around the streets wearing the Chronofighter Vintage Nose Art limited editions, bringing the “nose art” girls inpsired by that found on allied warplanes during the second world war to life.
As part of a Chronofighter Vintage Nose Art Ltd exhibition at Oriental Watch Co., the four models also presented the collection to the guests and posed for photographs with their cartoon lookalikes.
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