Graham pin-up girls went out on the streets in Hong Kong on June 29 to meet watch lovers and curious spectators.
In a very festive atmosphere, the pin-ups walked around the streets wearing the Chronofighter Vintage Nose Art limited editions, bringing the “nose art” girls inpsired by that found on allied warplanes during the second world war to life.
As part of a Chronofighter Vintage Nose Art Ltd exhibition at Oriental Watch Co., the four models also presented the collection to the guests and posed for photographs with their cartoon lookalikes.
In the details, the resulting watch is like a personal manifestation of Loth himself – every facet precisely measured and just decided upon after a lot of consideration. To give you an example, for just the carbon elements, crucial to the layout’s weight specifications, Graham had to supply from five completely different suppliers in extremely different industries to get the exact custom pieces created. Including watch buckle manufacturers, of course, but also programmers of medical grade carbon, plane brake manufacturers, auto makers, and even hockey stick makers — in case you were wondering, the signature Chronofighter cause for this particular piece must be developed in a multi-layer manner, the exact same way that a hockey stick is made, to be super light and springy.Secondly — cool factor — did you know that the US military recently altered the pattern of their camouflage to adjust to the digital age? Neither did I, but according to Mr. Loth’s excuse, the US military has developed a new camouflage pattern which accounts for the pixelated pictures in enemy satellite monitoring of our troops, helping our folks conceal better. Furthermore, unique, almost mathematical, camouflage patterns have been designated to specific missions so that strategic teams can quickly recognize if an enemy has got a uniform and is hoping to infiltrate a current on-the-ground mission. Graham’s new Navy SEAL Chronofighter is the first commercial product on the market to apply this new digital camo design.
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