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GRAHAM Silverstone Stowe GMT

by Philip Kaspar
18 October, 2011
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Philip is widely travelled and has worked as a freelance journalist covering several topics including fashion, travel and watches. He also spent five years in the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry in La Chaux de Fonds. Philip reports on all the latest watch news and is our WatchCrime reporter.

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If it’s attention you’re after no one will miss this bright blue and canary yellow monster on your wrist.

In addition to showing the hours, minutes and seconds, the watch 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 ring and a dedicated black bold hand with red pointer.

Graham Silverstone Stowe front

The watch is powered by the reliable GRAHAM Calibre G1721 bi-compax chronograph movement, with a 48-hour power reserve. It comes on a thick wedge of a black tyre tread rubber strap, Limited to just 250 pieces, so the race is on to get hold of one.

GRAHAM Silverstone Stowe GMT features

  • 48 mm steel case
  • Calibre G1721, automatic bi-compax chronograph, flyback, 28 jewels, 28’800
  • A/h (4Hz), Incabloc shock absorber, 48 hours power reserve,
  • Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both faces,
  • See-through sapphire case back with limited edition serial number
  • Black tyre tread rubber strap with yellow inset

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Philip is widely travelled and has worked as a freelance journalist covering several topics including fashion, travel and watches. He also spent five years in the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry in La Chaux de Fonds. Philip reports on all the latest watch news and is our WatchCrime reporter.

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