The ultimate travel companion

Farer World Timers are intricately designed to show you an uninterrupted view of 24 key cities across the globe in a single glance. Each watch blends a variety of design elements to create a collection that’s both exquisite and functional, with each watch powered by a unique movement especially modified by Sellita.


World Timer 24 time zone + date automatic watch with gloss green dial and green leather strap.

Guilloché pattern green dial with moulded white Lumicast markers, green and white 24-hour disk.


World Timer 24 time zone + date automatic watch with gloss midnight blue dial and leather strap.

Textured gloss midnight blue dial with applied solid blocks of Grade X1 Super-LumiNova, white 24-hour disk with orange and blue numerals.


World Timer 24 time zone + date automatic watch with piqué pattern dial and leather strap.

Guilloché pattern white dial with raised polished steel markers infilled in deep blue, red and deep blue 24-hour disk.




Each dial in the World Timer Collection showcases a variety of finishes that push the boundaries of how intricate a dial can be. The main dials feature guilloché patterns that have been varnished to create exceptionally rich colour palettes that are both bold and beautiful. Then, there is the world timer complication itself, with a central rotating 24-hour disc and a bidirectional rotating bezel along the edge of the dial. You won’t be surprised to learn that there are over 40 steps in the manufacturing process of these dials, compared to an industry standard of roughly 14.


The World Timers use a sleek 39mm case that’s only 11mm thick. Made from 316L stainless steel, equipped with 100m water resistance, and fitted with a domed sapphire crystal treated with an internal anti-reflective coating, the case is tough enough to accompany the wearer on their global adventures. Just like the dials, the case features a range of finishes. The bezel and lug tops feature a fine brushed satin finish, with polished sides featuring bead-blasted cut-ins. This complex set of finishes gives the case beauty to match that of the intricate dials.


Inside the World Timer is a unique version of the Sellita SW330-1, specially customised just for us by Sellita. The movement has been adapted so that instead of a traditional GMT hand, the watch features a rotating disc with a 24-hour scale. When used with the rotating bezel this allows you to tell the time in any time zone. The movement has also been updated to extend the movement’s power reserve to 50 hours. As a finishing touch, this special calibre has been given Top Grade finishing and a custom rotor that is colour-matched to the landmass on the 24-hour disc.

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