Why does Graham name it Chronofighter Oversize Target watch? I think it’s relate to the diameter.This Graham watch comes in 47mm case ,but it looks larger acutally. So you will understand the reason why Graham drop the “Oversize” part of the name.
Due to the larger diameter, it is possible to slip the watch out from under a cuff so that you can read the time, yet still keep the chronograph trigger hidden away. This really makes for a clean look on the wrist, as you only see the smooth right side of the case. Further, it keeps you from blinding yourself with reflections from the bezel. Inside that bezel, and under the sapphire crystal.
The case is not a particularly exciting view. What you may not realize is that when these translucent dials are used, it really gives the appearance that the printing is floating over the dial. In the case of our Graham Chronofighter Oversize Target loaner, this makes things really stand out in stark contrast, which makes reading the time a snap – something not always easy to do when you can see the movement from the dial side.
With the green color used on this version, you also get a sort of color-shifting ability. Depending on the lighting situation – or how angled into the light you are – it can shift from a darker green to something of a lighter olive color that matches the included rubber strap. It is worth noting that the strap has ends on it that snug firmly into the lugs, with no gaps between the strap and the case.
Graham Chronofighter Oversize Target, things like adjustment accuracy are not a top consideration. It’s more a concern of living with the watch. Even though the 150g watch is a touch larger than I would normally consider, it is rather comfortable.