Great looking Graff timepiece.
My fascination with Graff watches began a while ago when I first saw their diamond shrouded timepieces. These watches are as rare as a Graff boutiques. Or perhaps this is just my obviously untraveled observation as I have only seen Graff locations in Las Vegas, and aside from the rarest of places you never hear about Graff timepieces. Leave it up to me to share the news with you when they release “interesting” new models. For 2010 comes this new Graff MasterGraff Tourbillon watch. An intentionally redundant name meant to remind you what you are wearing on your wrist. It is sad to say that even though the watch has a complex mechanical movement, it is essentially a vehicle for delivering Graff diamonds on your wrist. This men’s watch doesn’t have an incredible number of diamonds on it, but rather it has very large diamonds. Over 35 carats all over the 47mm white gold case. The watch also comes in a 45m wide variant and of course in versions with the same movement with less diamonds. – From James List
Alex has written for Vanity Fair, Barrons, Bloomberg and Condé Nast Traveler.