“The beauty of Farer lies in the fact that they are very different from other watches on the market today.”


“A unique look that is at once exotic and bold, like some of the rarer Universal Genèves and Gallets.”



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New Release: Farer Chrono-Contempo Chronograph Watches

Given that this price point makes the new Chrono-Contempo more affordable than comparable options from brands such as Hamilton and Tissot, this latest release from Farer ultimately presents a rather compelling option within the landscape of mechanical chronographs, and it pairs a proven Swiss-made movement with the brand’s signature colorful design language.

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Farer Launches New Tonneau Collection

By now we’re used to Farer’s unique flavour of design. That’s to say, taking a classic archetype of a watch and playing around with colour and details to give it more than a fresh coat of paint. Usually though, that’s been tackling things like GMTs, Super Compressors, racing chronographs, a run of watches the word ‘accessible’ feels at home next to. But now the British brand is doing something I never would have expected from them: the Farer Tonneau Collection.

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Farer Introduce Chronograph Sport Titanium in Alpine Racing Colours

I’m always conscious of sounding like a broken record when I talk about Farer because without fail, I mention how they are the masters of bold colours. I could realistically point to any of their new watches from across the last two years and they’d be fun, fresh and colourful.

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Farer Lander IV 36mm Review

There is no question, if you wanted to use the Farer as the archetypal definition of a British watch, it would be an excellent choice. Its inspiration is deep and meaningful, and the character Farer has tried to inject into the design works very well. This does feel like a vintage traveller watch.

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At its price point, just under a thousand, the Aquamatic has some stiff competition... With all that said, Farer blows the competition out of the water. The Aquamatic’s closest competitor in terms of quality and attention to detail probably lies several hundred dollars north. The quality and number of fine details on the Aquamatic are astonishing, given the price.

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10 Of The Best Watch Dials Under $1,000

What makes this dial interesting is when the lights are turned off. The raised indices are executed in dark blue but what I love about this is the Super-LumiNova makes the indices appear as if they're being backlit. It's almost as if it's like a lit sign at a shopping mall.

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Off the Cuff: Farer AquaMatic Nazaré

Every time I try to cull my sprawling assemblage of timepieces—sell, flip, consolidate—in the hopes of achieving that mythical perfect three, five…twelve-watch collection, I am stymied by something like the Farer AquaMatic. In some respects, it’s a watch that defies categorisation. Sure, it’s a diver. But it’s also like having a little bit summer on your wrist... Like candy, the Farer AquaMatics are hedonic little offerings that challenge you to stop at just one.

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Farer 'Nuff - a look at the Stanhope II

The Stanhope II stood out a mile for me. Farer may not (yet) be a household name, even within the ever increasing watch world, but as far as quality microbrands go, their watches are a fitting alternative to mass-produced offerings from the bigger names in town, and with an impressive 5 year warranty too, that's an excellent, all-round package.

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Why FARER is the King of Microbrands | Stanhope II

WatchCrunch review the Stanhope II from Farer, the British watch brand that won the 2022 WatchCrunch Microbrand Challenge.

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