Graham's chronographs are easily recognizable for their unique start/stop system. The new Chronofighter 1695 Silver makes no exception but, compared to other chronographs of the British watchmaker, it is less sporty and offers a touch of British elegance.
The case - including the start/stop trigger and reset pusher - is made of silver (925) and has a diameter of 42 mm.
The silver colored dial, with Roman numerals and snailed minutes counter, is slightly domed, just like the anti-reflective sapphire crystal which protects it. The chronograph minutes counter is placed at 6 o’clock while the date aperture is positioned at 3 o’clock.
The silver case back is hand-engraved with "Greenwich Royal Observatory" as a tribute to George Graham which was the official watchmaker of the British Institution. A sapphire aperture shows the balance wheel and the escapement of the automatic movement. Power reserve is 48 hours.