Graham watches are one of the few remaining British watch designers, and are easily recognisable thanks to their large sizes and bold features. Known for regularly locating the crown on the left instead of the right, the crown is paired with a lever which, when pressed, activates a stopwatch paying homage to early World War Two stopwatches.
George Graham who was born in 1673 grew up to become a master watchmaker based on Fleet Street in London, and was the founder of what the Graham brand is today. Now the factory is based in the watch capital of the world in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland where the mechanical movements inside each Graham watch are made.
Popular models from Graham include the Graham Chronofighter, the Graham Silverstone range, and the Graham Swordfish, coming together to build one of the most stunning watch brands available today.