Graham has launched a new version of his famous oversized Chronofighter chronograph. This time, the renowned model is dressed in a military camouflage and equipped with a carbon trigger and its emblematic rangefinder function. The Chronofighter oversizing the black arrow of clocks, is said to be dedicated to action and courage. Their military style dials are rendered in a technical serigraphic printing involving the use of a stencil blocking ink on the surface to create a desired image. Each ZIfferblatt is engraved with its unique serial number which appears on the seconds counter. Like any other watch from the Chronofighter series, the new Graham Chronofighter oversized the black arrow offers the great start and stop lever on the left side of the case. This time, the lever was made of simple carbon, providing even more rigidity and durability. In addition, the watch features a scaled scale rangefinder, which allows the wearer to measure distances based on the speed of sound. The new Graham Chronofighter oversizing the black arrow has been made of stainless steel and is 47mm in diameter. The box is finished with black PVD coating, which gives even more masculine charm. The model is embellished with a black ceramic bezel, is equipped with a date indicator to 8 of the dial of a clock and two chronograph counters for seconds and 30 minutes. The watch is propelled by Graham of the G1747 automatic chronograph movement which beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour and ensures superior reliability thanks to its integrated Incabloc shock absorber. The movement is watertight against the penetration of water up to 100 meters, and operates on 48 hours of power reserve. Graham Chronofighter oversize the black arrow is available in three different variants, based on the ZEfferblatt printed camouflage colors, beige, green or gray. Each of the features black numbers versions coated with black Super-luminova. Depending on the variant, the chrono and minutes of the counter hands are either beige, green or gray, same as the rubber strap alignment with "Clous de Paris pattern".