Graff was founded in 1960 and has built a reputation as a renowned diamond jeweler. In 2008, they launched a watch division, with timepieces inspired by diamonds.
Graff presents an evolutionary Eclipse model with the introduction of the GraffStar Slim Eclipse Tourbillon Automatic. Crafted in scratch-resistant titanium black DLC, the case measures 43 mm in diameter and only 8.20 mm deep, for a weight, including the movement, of just 45 grams. The Graff Eclipse Tourbillon is powered by a new automatic tourbillon movement featuring a peripheral rotor. The 4.31 mm slim movement, designed, developed and built in Switzerland, provides functions of hours and minutes.
The matte black case, dial, and facetted diamond inspired bezel and crown, provide a backdrop for the polished, facetted, and applied indexes; and the polished sword-shaped hour and minute hands. Everything is completely blacked out – even the signature diamond on the tip of the crown is black. Slim and lightweight and fabulously Graff, it was designed to accompany casual wear, a tuxedo, and anything in between.
All details of the timepiece are in black, making the Graff Eclipse Tourbillon discrete. Priced at $60,000 the Graff Eclipse Tourbillon will be available from July 2017.