Graham Donates Watches to Make A Wish Foundation


Two unique Graham watches were donated to an auction benefitting the Make A Wish Foundation.

The Make A Wish Foundation has been granting the 'wishes' of children with life-threatening medical conditions since 1980. Graham donated two special edition Chronofighter 1695 timepieces to a gala dinner in Miami, Florida USA, which were auctioned to raise money for the charity.
"We are delighted to have been able to participate and support such a wonderful cause," said Graham founder Erich Loth, who attended the event. "Being able to grant wishes to children is something that Graham supports wholeheartedly, and this is an evening to remember. Taking a classically elegant Graham timepiece and transforming into a good deed is truly heartwarming."

The Graham Chronofighter 1695 has a 42 mm case in stainless steel or 18kt rose gold, and a domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both faces. It is powered by calibre G1745 automatic chronograph movement with Incabloc shock absorber and 48 hour power reserve.

The Make A Wish Foundation logo was added to the dials of the watches, making them unique for the event. The 18kt rose gold watch also included a hand engraved logo on its case back, while the stainless steel model was enhanced with 64 white diamonds on its bezel.
The Graham Chronofighter 1965 is available now at Jura Watches.