Looking at the dial of the Graham Geo.Graham Orrery Tourbillon, it’s easy to get confused about what you are seeing, although in reality the concept is quite straightforward. First would be the off-centered hands for the hours and the moments that are why the merchandise is well worth toting around on your wrist. Then, there is the tourbillon beneath the engraved cage which brings “haute horology” cred into the piece. From that point, you have the more intriguing astronomical functions that seek to monitor the relative movements of the Earth, Moon, and Mars around one another, as well as the sun. Heaven forbid you allow the 72-hour power book wind down and need to reset this functionality yourself.One additional purpose is a 100-year index on the rear of the watch over the movement. Around the periphery of this motion is annually scale to monitor the present calendar year. Graham includes two extra disks with the watch which can be set up by means of a watchmaker for two additional hundred year periods. Sometimes I truly wish I had a time machine if just to find out what’s going on with those watches 290 years into the future.
This time Graham proposes four videos, showing its new model of the Chronofighter – the dial dressed with pin-ups. Mascots of this aviator model.
Here Lilly, but still you can see Sally, Nina or Anna interact with the models in their own short film.