Graham Geo.Graham Tourbillon Watch Review
Wednesday - 04 February 2015
Exploring the origins of Graham watches, the brand has taken inspiration from late 17th century watchmaking with this classical piece. Distinguished by its extreme thinness and micro-rotor movement, the Geo.Graham Tourbillon was designed to preserve the "long-standing tradition of high precision English timepieces".
Using high technology and expert craftsmen, the 60-second tourbillon has been made ultra thin at just 9.85 mm.
"The double-bridge construction of the 60-second tourbillon, at 6 o’clock, combined with the microrotor movement provide the perfect functional balance with an increased power output and barrel resetting as well as enabling to reduce thickness," the brand explains.
The Geo.Graham Tourbillon has an 18K pink gold case and a white enamel lacquered dial. A railway track on the dial represents the minute scale and features arrows and stars.
The movement is held by two sapphire glass boxes on the front and back of the watch, to give the impression that it is "floating in the air". A domed crystal displays the beauty of the mechanism, and the sapphire crystal glass box on the case back features a special slot for the off-centred oscillating weight. The oscillating weight is engraved with ornamental arabesques, inspired by the traditional George Graham decoration.
The pink gold crown features a 'Geo.' engraving representing George Graham's signature on his works.
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