Silverstone Time Zone Watch is Totally Graham, Only Smaller

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Every good watch maker need a solid race-inspired model in their lineup. It can often take years of development to get such a model just right for enthusiasts of the genre. Graham London is on their way. They aren’t 100% there yet in our eyes, but the Silverstone Time Zone watch is a step in the right direction.

Graham places their GMT in the Silverstone collection as the “Time Zone” watch. The name sounds terrible to us, as it isn’t aggressive enough. It should at least be called the “Two Time Zone” as all watches show at least one time zone.

Three colors are available for the dial, with the silver one offering the clearest, simplest design. We especially like the full set of large Arabic dials and a pointy red GMT hand that is hard to miss. There is also a 24-hour time scale added to the watch bezel that is very easy to read.

If you want something with a bit more presence than the silver version, you can have the watch with a black carbon fiber one.

The case is 42 mm in diameter, a decent size for watches of this type. Inside the case is a Graham Caliber G1714, which is more than likely based on the ETA GMT automatic. Other main features include 21 jewels, 28,800 A/H (4Hz), Incabloc shock absorber, sided anti-reflective coating, 42 hours power reserve and domed sapphire crystal with double-sided anti-reflective coating.

Overall watch detailing is nice, and it has a sapphire crystal screen, along with a nicely understated black strap with contrasting stitching. Price is 3,900 Swiss Francs. A bit on the higher side, but then again most Graham watches are. This is a small, minimalistic and elegant watch, not one of those flashy models with big features.
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