Graham has proven expertise in feeling the pulse of the times. The latest member of the Chronofighter Vintage range synchronizes sophisticated modern horology with the inspirational beat of 1950s Los Angeles. With an integrated pulsometer function, this eye-catching automatic chronograph has the capacity to monitor all rhythms of the heart and soul with great accuracy.
It is able to measure human heartbeats and feels equally at home with the peaks and troughs of electronic house music. The mini-metronome has the potential to make the heart skip a beat in terms of stunning looks, authenticated by the iconic stop-start trigger.
Whether syncopated jazz music or motivating gym playlists are on the programme, the Graham Chronofighter Vintage Pulsometer Ltd presents a convincing case for mechanical being the new smart.
This is a mechanical watch which can monitor heartbeat and measures pulse at a glance. The watch is like a doctor’s watch inspired by 1920s medical timepieces. There are graduations for 30 pulsations: the chrono hand is stopped at the patient’s 30th heartbeat and the dial indicates the frequency per minute avoiding any calculation.
The watch has a caliber G1718, automatic chronograph movement with an Incabloc shock absorber and a 48-hour power reserve. The case diameter measures 44 mm and is made of steel. A domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating covers the watch front and a see-through sapphire crystal covers the case back. The watch is water-resistant to 330 feet and has a silver/black sun-brushed dial with green or white pulsometer scale.
The watch’s golden hands are coated with white Super-LumiNova (Grade A, highly luminescent) Indexes with golden ring, coated with Super-LumiNova. The watch is fitted with a hand-sewn calf leather strap and comes in a limited edition of 250 pieces each.