SILVERSTONE STOWE GMT
LIMITED EDITION 250
Bright lights, screeching tires and fuel vapor. The colorful GRAHAM high-powered Silverstone chronograph is still at full speed and ahead of the race. So far undefeated, the unstoppable Silverstone Stowe GMT is winning all the races it competes in. With improved mechanics and impeccable racing features, the chronograph’s performance is undeniable.
This no-nonsense watch distinguishes itself by its sporty carbon fiber dial base, enhanced by dashing colors, (blue and yellow, black and white), and an impressive array of racing skills. In addition to showing the hours, minutes and seconds, it sports 30-minute and 60-second chronograph counters, a tachymeter scale – useful for calculating speed over a given distance – a twin date aperture, as well as a GMT display indicated by an outer blue or black ring and a dedicated bold hand.
Driven by the ultra-reliable GRAHAM bi-compax chronograph movement, with a 48-hour power reserve, this is a watch that can definitely take the heat and knows all about endurance.
Teamed with an integrated black tire tread rubber strap, featuring an attractive yellow or white inset, that confirms its undeniable connection with the world of motor sports, the Silverstone Stowe GMT is definitely on the fast track to successful performances. Undoubtedly on the road to finish on the podium. Limited edition of 250 pieces.
Main features also include:
48 mm steel case, caliber G1721, automatic bi-compax chronograph, flyback, 28 jewels, 28’800 A/h (4Hz), Incabloc shock absorber, 48 hours power reserve, domed sapphire crystal with antireflective coating on both faces, see-through or smoked sapphire case back with limited edition serial number, integrated black tire tread rubber strap, featuring an attractive yellow or white inset.
GRAHAM-LONDON traces its origins to London clockmaker George Graham (1673-1751) who is responsible for many innovations in timekeeping. He invented the chronograph, the dead-beat cylinder escapement, and the mercury pendulum to compensate for temperature differences. He also built the master clock for Greenwich Royal Observatory which defined time for most of the 18th century. GRAHAM-LONDON was resurrected in 1995 and is today a privately owned Anglo-Swiss watch company which designs and builds its own watches in its La Chaux-de-Fonds production facilities in Switzerland.
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