Graham Chronofighter Prodive

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Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by adammargerison » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:45 pm

Hey all

I was revisiting Graham (*preemptively ducks for cover*) , one of those brands for which I sway giddily between gut-deep revulsion and shameful secret attraction.. (am I alone in this?)

So I had no idea they made this and my first thought was to check the DWC reaction: unless I'm searching wrong I dont see any mention of it, so...

Ignoring the 'luxury' market pricing, I for one think it's pretty cool looking, cool and functional in the dial design. And if it is actually operable underwater, the monopusher chrono is smart.. anyone actually tried it?

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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by aztecknight » Tue Jun 11, 2019 9:03 pm

I too like Graham, maybe not that specific watch, but some of their other offerings. Never tried one, but understand they are pretty solid

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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by HapaHapa » Tue Jun 11, 2019 9:20 pm

It took me a moment to realize that it does have hour and minute hands. I’m on the revulsion side of the fence.
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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by deepcdvr » Wed Jun 12, 2019 4:30 am

Secret fan here as well, although I've never owned one. Whenever I've had enough pocket change to pick one up, I found something else I wanted more.. They fall in to a very competitive price range (at least for me)..
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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by AtomicTom » Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:03 am

Never have had one Adam, but also have to admit they are very different,
and eye-catching. :thumbsup: Where else are you? Or we going to see a design
like this right? ..Probably is up there in price, and also size, but still like
seeing them, and what Graham always has up their sleeve.

Thanks so much !

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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by adammargerison » Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:09 pm

HapaHapa wrote:It took me a moment to realize that it does have hour and minute hands. I’m on the revulsion side of the fence.
Yes good point Hapa I spose they do blend a little with all the large white patches on the face, it's all more distinguishable when illuminated I think, as you'd want underwater..Image

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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by adammargerison » Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:17 pm

deepcdvr wrote:Secret fan here as well, although I've never owned one. Whenever I've had enough pocket change to pick one up, I found something else I wanted more.. They fall in to a very competitive price range (at least for me)..
Aha, your right about the many options around that price, what kind of thing have you been more attracted to? I have to admit to myself that I like these but could never pull one off on my small wrists.. with this many shiny coins in my pocket I'd probably look at Ulysse Nardin

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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by deepcdvr » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:17 pm

adammargerison wrote:
Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:17 pm
deepcdvr wrote:Secret fan here as well, although I've never owned one. Whenever I've had enough pocket change to pick one up, I found something else I wanted more.. They fall in to a very competitive price range (at least for me)..
Aha, your right about the many options around that price, what kind of thing have you been more attracted to? I have to admit to myself that I like these but could never pull one off on my small wrists.. with this many shiny coins in my pocket I'd probably look at Ulysse Nardin

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Re: Graham Chronofighter Prodive

Post by adammargerison » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:25 pm

deepcdvr wrote:
adammargerison wrote:
Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:17 pm
deepcdvr wrote:Secret fan here as well, although I've never owned one. Whenever I've had enough pocket change to pick one up, I found something else I wanted more.. They fall in to a very competitive price range (at least for me)..
Aha, your right about the many options around that price, what kind of thing have you been more attracted to? I have to admit to myself that I like these but could never pull one off on my small wrists.. with this many shiny coins in my pocket I'd probably look at Ulysse Nardin

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Nothing in particular - pretty much change my mind every minute :banghead:
Aha..yep sometimes there are just too many fish in the sea (baboom-ching!)

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