more like 8k-10k, but then you get it for 50% off and it is in the 5k ranges as RJ stated. THESE are HEAVILY discounted and 50% is not uncommon. This is a turn off for me, not that I would be it the market for one anyway.
I do find them interesting to look at and they are all LE so nothing special there.
It's a beautiful watch, i was considering one at some point, i'll surely end up with buying an oversized model someday ;-)First off thanks for everyone's kind words. We try to help when we can.
We do not have the oversized. We have seen them at our AD.
We have a Graham Chronofighter. We picked it up second hand. It is built like a tank. Really is a great conversation piece when one of us is wearing it.
Here are some shots of it.
Stephen's wrist shot.
Sandra's wrist shot.
And now the packaging.
I wore it this week and really do enjoy wearing it. It is very comfortable.
:thanks Yes, it is very nice to have a better-half that enjoys the same hobbies as I do.It's a beautiful watch, i was considering one at some point, i'll surely end up with buying an oversized model someday ;-)
Meanwhile, i'd like to say that it's sweet to see a couple sharing the same passion and hobbies, not common for sure, usually wives and girlfriends don't follow always their men's things (at least my gf don't and she think i'm insane spending all the $$$ in such things) i do enjoy collecting pens and watches and hope someday my girl will appreciate that :-s
P.S: Very nice collection you've got, Bravo!
Thanks for the reminder! I had totally forgot the connection to Harrison's Grasshopper clocks and the "pocket watches"Graham watches are a legendary name.
I just finished the book "Longitude," and George Graham comes up frequently, cited in more than a half dozen instances in the short read, as the London watchmaker that enabled the Harrisons to build the first accurate sea clocks and first accurate, sea -voyage -capable pocket watches that many believe gave the British Navy enough advantage to build their empire.
It's a short, fun read, if you're interested in watches.
That watch is awesome, as are many of their designs. I don't know a lot about all their designs, but the half dozen I've seen 'in the flesh,' are impressive...some day maybe...some year...
50% off NEW!!!......Msrp?? I've seem them used/secondhand for 1/2 off but 50% off new, that would be nice. Must easier to be new than to try and find a used one.more like 8k-10k, but then you get it for 50% off and it is in the 5k ranges as RJ stated. THESE are HEAVILY discounted and 50% is not uncommon. This is a turn off for me, not that I would be it the market for one anyway.
I came ohhh so close to pulling the trigger. The "f**k it, only live once" attitude almost made me do it. But buying from Tourneau in Vegas is probably the most expensive AD to purchase from.