Graham today will issue a new watch as its first collaboration with the Navy SEAL Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization that supports the Naval Special Warfare Community and its families.
The new watch, the Chronofighter Oversize Navy SEAL Foundation Limited Edition
, is set to debut aboard the Intrepid, the New York City-based aircraft carrier that now serves as a military and maritime history museum.
For each watch sold, Graham will make a donation to the Navy SEAL Foundation. Donations generated through these sales will support the Foundation’s mission of honor and support by helping to sustain warrior support and family service programs, tragedy assistance, survivor support, educational opportunities and legacy preservation.
Graham fans will recognize the watch’s Chronofighter
profile, typified by a large case and a left-side crown and start/stop trigger, here made of black carbon and steel. The dial sports a Navy SEAL Foundation logo at 11 o'clock, a digital gray camouflage pattern and a telemeter scale. The 47mm steel/black PVD case features a black rubber “Clous de Paris” high grip pattern, a black ceramic bezel and a domed sapphire crystal. Inside is an ETA Valjoux-based G1747 automatic chronograph movement.
For this new 500-piece limited edition, Graham decorated the crystal caseback with a waving American flag and a white Navy SEAL Foundation logo.
Eric Loth, Graham’s founder, says he is particularly proud of the new collaboration.
“We were drawn to the Navy SEAL Foundation because of their excellent work supporting those who give so much to support others.”
“The Navy SEAL Foundation is humbled by Graham’s generous commitment of support to the warriors and families of Naval Special Warfare through the creation and sale of this very beautiful limited-edition timepiece,” said Robin King, CEO of the Navy SEAL Foundation.
For more information about the Navy SEAL Foundation, visit Navysealfoundation.org
or the organization's Facebook page.