The Graham Chronofighter Black Arrow Digicamo Watch Review
Friday - 14 October 2016
The latest in the Graham Chronofighter collection is certainly ready for battle. The pixelated camouflage dial in either jungle green, mountain grey or sand beige makes an impact on the wrist with the inclusion of the laser control system. Marked by the grey triangle outlined in black, the impressive feature projects a hologram of a planisphere spanning all 24 time zones. The Graham Chronofighter Black Arrow Digicamo combines a bold, courageous dial design with their progressive technical advancements.
The laser control technology serves as a survival tool when in combat due to the green 1 mW laser pointer. When instigated by the laser light a rescue team will know your exact location. The features security system is extremely difficult to emulate ensuring that any threats from rivals reproducing the technology are minimal. The seconds counter hosts the unique identification number for further security measures. In addition, the design boasts a telemeter function, which measures the distance to an event by speed of sound; a very important feature in combat.
The camo dial designs are realised via digital silk printing to provide a distinctive, powerful aesthetic viewed through the domed sapphire crystal. Framed in a 47mm steel with black PVD case creates serious impact enhanced with the black carbon left hand fast-action start/stop trigger complete with a black rubber reset pusher. For legibility the black snailed minutes, seconds, counters and numerals contrast against the dial offering a stealthy, strong piece ready for action. Black Super-LumiNova hands are fiercely bold as they swiftly sweep the dial effortlessly.
The Graham Chronofighter Black Arrow Digicamo is an impressive addition to the collection; a device that demands attention on the wrist. Graham successfully combines a fierce design with a need for technical innovation.