GRAHAM Watchmakers

The Navy SEAL Foundation is grateful to GRAHAM for creating the unique and beautiful GRAHAM Chronofighter Oversize Navy SEAL Foundation watch. Each watch sold generates a donation to the Foundation. GRAHAM’s commitment to quality is exceptional, as is their commitment to supporting the warriors and families of Naval Special Warfare.

The main features of the GRAHAM Chronofighter Oversize Navy SEAL Foundation Watch include: 47 mm steel with PVD case, caliber G1747 automatic chronograph, date at 8 o’clock, 25 jewels, 28’800 A/H (4Hz), Incabloc shock absorber, 48 hours power reserve, black carbon fiber trigger, grey digital camouflage dial with Navy SEAL Foundation insignia at 11 o’clock, telemeter scale (calculated 77°F and miles) domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both faces, crystal case back with colored American waving flag and white Navy SEAL Foundation logo, Swiss made inscription engraved, integrated carbon fiber-reinforced black rubber strap with “Clous de Paris”, black ceramic buckle. Limited edition 500 pieces. For each piece sold, a donation will be made to the Navy SEAL Foundation.

GRAHAM traces its origins to London clockmaker George Graham (1673-1751) who is considered as the father of modern watch making. He is known as the father of the chronograph as he invented the start and stop device of the chronograph, the dead-beat and cylinder escapements, to name a few. He also built the master clock for Greenwich Royal Observatory which timed the majority of the achievements by the 18th century astronomers and sailors and lots of measuring instruments for scientists. GRAHAM SA was created in 1995 and develops outstanding and atypical watches in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.


Navy SEAL Foundation-Hawaii

The Navy SEAL Foundation-Hawaii is an independent, non-profit 509(a)(3) organization operating under a 501(c)(3) arrangement that works in partnership with the Navy SEAL Foundation. Both foundations provide education, health and wellness programs for the families of NSW operators who have died while serving our country, or who are presently serving in harm’s way in trouble spots around the world.

Birdies for the Brave

A PGA TOUR Charities, Inc. program, Birdies for the Brave has raised over $1.4 million for the NSW community supported by the Navy SEAL Foundation. Birdies for the Brave fundraising events conducted at the TOUR’s TPC nationwide network of clubs enables fans, club members, sponsors, and the general public the opportunity to participate in charity golf tournaments and other activities that directly benefit military men and women and their families, while playing the same sensational golf courses where the world’s best golfers compete. Click here to see all our Birdies for the Brave tournaments and other events that benefit the Foundation.