Graff : The transparency game

MasterGraff Perpetual Calendar

Case : platinum, diamond-set crown, sapphire crystal caseback, water-resistant to 50 meters Size : 46mm Movement : mechanical self-winding (Caliber Graff 7, 42-hour power reserves), flying tourbillon offset micro-rotor Functions : hours, minutes, day, date, month and leap-year indicator Dial : openworked Strap : alligator leather and folding clasp

Graff once again springs a surprise with its extremely distinctive MasterGraff Perpetual Calendar, an innovative timepiece with a powerful design. Its faceted platinum case houses Graff Caliber 7, a self-winding movement exclusively designed, developed and built in Switzerland for this model. Perfectly aligned along a horizontal axis, the perpetual calendar disks indicating the days and months were created using an electroforming technology that gives them a stunningly light and transparent effect. Once adjusted, the leap-year indicator appearing at 4 o’clock will require no further date adjustment until the year 2011. Visible through the sapphire crystal caseback of the watch, a 2.4mm off-centered micro-rotor in 22K gold has been cleverly incorporated into the watch movement. A flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock, a diamond-set crown, the brand symbol at 12 o’clock… The MasterGraff Perpetual Calendar also features all the distinctive attributes of the Maison.


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