Graham creates Carbon Skeleton watches that are “as light as a supermodel’s lunch box”


Graham Superlight Carbon Skeleton weighs less than 100 grams, lighter than a supermodel’s lunch box (without the Marlboro Lights and Diet Coke), the company jokes.

It may be light, but the 47mm watch is remarkably strong and visually stunning.

The case is formed of epoxy resin, infused with a red dye contrasting with metallized carbon fibers in bronze tones.


The Graham Superlight Carbon Skeleton has the Chronofigher’s signature thumb-operated trigger — also made from carbon — on the left hand side of the case protecting its crown and black rubber chronograph pushers.

A skeletonized dial has large hours and minutes hands filled with Super-LumiNova along with a 30 minute stop watch counter at 3 o’clock and a small seconds sub dial at 9 o’clock.

The dial is framed with a black carbon bezel with black and grey hues.

“Graham’s latest supermodel has observed a strict diet. She is light on the wrist and drop-dead gorgeous. Indeed, it’s difficult to resist her charms,” the brand insists.

It is on sale now for $13,450, including tax.

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