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GRAHAM Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Watch

GRAHAM Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Watch

GRAHAM continues its watchmaking prowess by launching another remarkable technological timepiece; which completes the Superlight Carbon collection trilogy. The Chronofighter Superlight Carbon is a carbon-fiber Chronofighter watch combining complex, high-performance machining processes. The total weight of the watch is lighter than 100g. Four different high-technology forms in high-strength carbon processing, innovative and not unusual in watch making, have been used to create the Chronofighter Superlight Carbon. The watch is enhanced by a superlight black carbon composite case, carbon trigger, bezel, dial and buckle. Light, soft and comfortable to wear, the Chronofighter Superlight Carbon will survive rough treatment and the passage of time.

GRAHAM Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Watch
GRAHAM Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Watch

Only a high-level of ambition and extensive research enabled the creation of this impactful and reliable Chronofighter Superlight Carbon. Perhaps, the easiest way to understand the technical feat is to think of the various carbon properties. The use of carbon technology has become a major material force by improving performance, thanks to a high strength-to-weight ratio, as well as having an influence on the environment. Aeronautics, aerospace are well-known for carbon fiber use as they are very demanding industries for performance and energy. For many years, aerospace uses advanced components such as carbon-fiber-made wing flaps which require significant competence and energy efficiency. Carbon research contributes to greener performance for aeronautics and also renewable energies. The development of maturing emissions with the use of carbon-fiber engine components in aircrafts and also wind turbine blades proves the wide scope of carbon nanotechnology.

GRAHAM Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Watch
GRAHAM Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Watch

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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