The mono-pusher chrono is one of the great specialties of the Graham watch brand which, for twenty years, has declined it in numerous versions always associated with the famous push-lever located to the left of the case, which allows start and stop the chrono function.
Since the summer of 2021, Graham has been offering a new version of this chrono, but this time it has lost its famous lever; even if the pusher remains on the left, which greatly facilitates handling, remember.
Naturally, purists risk crying out loud with the disappearance of the lever when others find this new model more “portable”, less stigmatizing. It’s a matter of taste.
After the two black and blue models, it is therefore the turn of the grained sunburst green dial to arrive on the market. Still available in an imposing 47 mm steel case, water resistant to 100 meters.
And for the rest, we find the design of the Graham chronos, with the famous “Cathedral” type hour and minute hands and the large Arabic numerals coated with luminescent material, the two chrono counters at 3 and 5:30 and the date (without the day) at 9 a.m. All protected by sapphire crystal.
This model features an automatic mechanical caliber visible through the transparent back (48-hour power reserve) and is worn on a calfskin strap with a pin buckle.