I love monopushers. There, I’ve said it, my dirty little secret is out. I’m well aware that they’re intrinsically not as useful as the kind of dual pusher fare we’re all more familiar with; the inability to stop and start without resetting limits their uses slightly.
Pride is not an emotion I often overplay when it comes to my Britishness, but last week while dipping in and out of appointments around Switzerland’s prettiest city for Geneva Watch Days I was brimming with the stuff – emanating predominately from my left wrist.
The Segrave name may sound familiar, and for good reason, as it was used by the brand on a chronograph released back in 2018. That watch served as the inspiration for the Monopusher variant you see here.
Every time I encounter a new Farer, I’m looking forward to a double delight. This brand specialises in juxtaposing a very British sense of elegance with an unreserved flourish of colour.
“Overall, Farer did a really great job. There are not many watches, which I don’t have a single thing to criticize about"