Inspired by George Graham’s invention of the first Orrery in 1713, the Geo-Graham Orrery Tourbillon marries horology and astronomy. Sealing the union are genuine, carved elements of Mars and the Moon. Representing their namesakes in each watch, these materials enable celestial bodies to get in touch with their earthly side. The heart and soul of the piece is a manual orrery tourbillon exclusively crafted for Graham watches discount Replica by Christophe Claret, evolved from the 2013 Graham anniversary edition. Rooted in the age of enlightenment three centuries ago, this horological masterpiece incorporates a 300-year calendar to carry enlightened timekeeping into the future.
The only splash of colour on the watch appears on the sapphire caseback, together with the snowy Foundation logo set from the red, white and blue of Old Glory. The black rubber band (with pin buckle made of black ceramic) has been fortified with carbon fiber and features a relief Clous de Paris pattern more often seen on dials and motion parts of other high end watches. Beneath the vibrant caseback is Graham’s automatic G1747 chronograph movement, with 25 jewels, a frequency of 28,800 vph, Incabloc shock absorber and also 48-hour power reserve.The Watch graham norton show online free Replica Chronofighter Oversize Navy SEAL Foundation will retail for $8,050; Graham will contribute a percentage from the sale of every watch to the Navy SEAL Foundation. “The Navy SEAL motto, ‘the only simple day was yesterday,’ is a motto we in Graham live by,” states Eric Loth, Graham’s creator, “as we’re always trying to find a means to make a better watch and a better world. We were attracted to the Navy SEAL Foundation because of their excellent work supporting individuals who give so far to support others.” Says Robin King, CEO of the Navy SEAL Foundation: The Navy SEAL Foundation is humbled by GRAHAM’s generous commitment of support to the warriors and households of Naval Special Warfare through the production and sale of the very beautiful limited-edition timepiece.” Scroll down to see some pictures of this watch taken by WatchTime contributor Rob Velasquez at the start event aboard the Intrepid.