Start. Stop. Reset.

Start. Stop. Reset.

The monopusher holds a unique appeal and is widely considered the most elegant form of a chronograph watch, stripped back to the original, pure function and form. With a single, refined pusher that controls the timing: start, stop and reset - it’s everything you need and nothing you don’t. 
Segrave Monopusher

Monopusher Chronograph watch with matte black dial, twin sub-dials and choice of strap.

With its playful silver white 'big-eye' minute sub-dial and single chronograph pusher, the Segrave Monopusher is a stripped back watch with maximum appeal.

£1,750.00
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Cobb Monopusher

Pulsometer Chronograph watch with silver/blue torchlight sunray dial, twin sub-dials and choice of strap.

Utilising a rare pulsometer scale, the Cobb Monopusher gets hearts racing with a generous use of colour and meticulous attention to dial construction.

£1,750.00
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DIAL
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BOLD VS BEAUTY

The monopusher dial designs are an exercise in stripping back Farer's bold design aesthetic to reflect the pure mono function. Using the twin sub-dial layouts to reflect the different visual approaches to telemetre and pulsometer chronograph use, with bold combinations in full colour and elegant stealth. Multiple material finishes and techniques across the collection show the meticulous attention to dial construction, while the application of solid blocks of Super-LumiNova Grade A adds readability and visual appeal around the clock.

BOLD VS BEAUTY

The monopusher dial designs are an exercise in stripping back Farer's bold design aesthetic to reflect the pure mono function. Using the twin sub-dial layouts to reflect the different visual approaches to telemetre and pulsometer chronograph use, with bold combinations in full colour and elegant stealth. Multiple material finishes and techniques across the collection show the meticulous attention to dial construction, while the application of solid blocks of Super-LumiNova Grade A adds readability and visual appeal around the clock.

CASE
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FLOATING PROFILE

Unique to this model are the harlequin-engraved border flanks, focusing the eye on the case curvature of the drop away lugs - creating a visually slimming effect. The case is cut from a single block of marine grade 316L stainless steel at 40.5mm diameter and 12.2mm depth, with brushed lug tops and a polished outer bezel. The inner anti-reflective crystal is a curved box case sapphire, adding just 2.5mm to the total depth of the watch. An easy wear for a chronograph, with the design of the bellytanker shaped case back subtly absorbing the full height to expand only around the rotor within.

FLOATING PROFILE

Unique to this model are the harlequin-engraved border flanks, focusing the eye on the case curvature of the drop away lugs - creating a visually slimming effect. The case is cut from a single block of marine grade 316L stainless steel at 40.5mm diameter and 12.2mm depth, with brushed lug tops and a polished outer bezel. The inner anti-reflective crystal is a curved box case sapphire, adding just 2.5mm to the total depth of the watch. An easy wear for a chronograph, with the design of the bellytanker shaped case back subtly absorbing the full height to expand only around the rotor within.

MOVEMENT
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MODERN HERITAGE

As well as having serious watchmaking heritage behind it, the SW510 MP is an up-to-the minute, self-winding movement with 23 jewels, running at 28’800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz). An Elaboré grade movement, adjusted in three positions (to minimise any effect of gravity on the balance wheel’s oscillation) with enhanced power reserve, delivering up to 62 hour power reserve. On closer inspection you'll see the custom finishing with beautifully heat-blued screws, guilloché detailing on the bridge and a custom navy blue turbine rotor design with striking orange branded lettering.

MODERN HERITAGE

As well as having serious watchmaking heritage behind it, the SW510 MP is an up-to-the minute, self-winding movement with 23 jewels, running at 28’800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz). An Elaboré grade movement, adjusted in three positions (to minimise any effect of gravity on the balance wheel’s oscillation) with enhanced power reserve, delivering up to 62 hour power reserve. On closer inspection you'll see the custom finishing with beautifully heat-blued screws, guilloché detailing on the bridge and a custom navy blue turbine rotor design with striking orange branded lettering.

REVIEWS
I know, comparing a €1,000 watch to a Laurent Ferrier might seem far-fetched. But after a week with the Farer Stanhope II, the first impression lingers. Within this very British cushion case are small touches of smooth joy that fit the bill, or am I fooling myself into a sense of grandeur? After all, I bought the Stanhope II with my own hard-earned cash.
The watch that we have been lucky enough to review, is one I have admired for some time now, the stunning Bernina Chronograph. At the heart of Farer's design philosophy is the principle of designing their watches to fit into three distinct categories; air, land, and sea.
Teddy and Kevin review a range of independent brands available today, then focus on three models from three different companies, one of these is the Lander IV GMT.
One of Farer’s calling cards that we discuss frequently around here is their creative use of colour. But it would be an oversight to think of them only as a brand with a knack for creating unique and unexpected colour combinations. 
Some watch firms punch way above their weight. The UK independent, Farer, is definitely one of them. You won’t see Farer in the posh boutiques; they prefer to sell directly. There are no swanky catalogs either, just a clear, efficient website. Yet the firm is quietly getting on with making watches that are often different and always striking.