PERFORMANCE CLASSICS

PERFORMANCE CLASSICS

Introducing Chrono-Classic, an all-new Chronograph Collection that establishes a new benchmark in our line up. Refined, dramatic and uncompromising. True to the Farer design roots, the new series exudes a timeless British style.

The Farer Chrono-Classic Dubois Dépraz are being carefully assembled in small batches, with another release expected in December 2022.

Jackson

Chronograph Classic watch with navy piqué dial, bi-compax and St Venere leather strap. SHIPS 22nd DECEMBER.

The French Navy dial of Jackson is a study in blues - featuring a complex piqué pattern engraved across the main dial with cut in, dark navy sub dials.

$2,395.00
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Meredith

Chronograph Classic watch with copper dial, bi-compax and St Venere leather strap. SHIPS 22nd DECEMBER.

The copper dial of Meredith is a timeless hue that works against all skin tones and is a universally appealing colour for all occasions.

$2,395.00
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Swann

Chronograph Classic watch with magenta sunray dial, bi-compax and Granolo leather strap. SHIPS 22nd DECEMBER.

The magenta dial of Swann is a confident signal to colour aficionados looking for the next leading dial colour to add to their collection.

$2,395.00
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DIAL
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DIFFERENT BY DESIGN

Each of the Chrono-Classic series are rich in detailing to accentuate the classic design aesthetic, whilst a stunning clarity is achieved through the use of bold colour combinations. The collection launches with three stunning colourways; a fresh and bold magenta sunray anodised dial, a classically elegant copper circular grained dial and a sports refined piqué patterned navy dial, all with the iconic bi-compax sub-dial design layout punched into the middle of the dial.

DIFFERENT BY DESIGN

Each of the Chrono-Classic series are rich in detailing to accentuate the classic design aesthetic, whilst a stunning clarity is achieved through the use of bold colour combinations. The collection launches with three stunning colourways; a fresh and bold magenta sunray anodised dial, a classically elegant copper circular grained dial and a sports refined piqué patterned navy dial, all with the iconic bi-compax sub-dial design layout punched into the middle of the dial.

DIFFERENT BY DESIGN

Each of the Chrono-Classic series are rich in detailing to accentuate the classic design aesthetic, whilst a stunning clarity is achieved through the use of bold colour combinations. The collection launches with three stunning colourways; a fresh and bold magenta sunray anodised dial, a classically elegant copper circular grained dial and a sports refined piqué patterned navy dial, all with the iconic bi-compax sub-dial design layout punched into the middle of the dial.

CASE
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ELABORATE ENGINEERING

The 39mm Chrono-Classic case is built around the slim Swiss-made DD2022 movement with an overall thickness of just 6.9mm. This allows for a shallower outer case profile with a depth of just 12mm (13.2mm height from the base to its sapphire domed crystal peak). Cut from marine grade 316L stainless steel and finished in multiple levels of detailing, with a vertically brushed bezel and highly polished case edges that outline bead-blasted flanks that cut-in and follow around to the dropped lugs.

ELABORATE ENGINEERING

The 39mm Chrono-Classic case is built around the slim Swiss-made DD2022 movement with an overall thickness of just 6.9mm. This allows for a shallower outer case profile with a depth of just 12mm (13.2mm height from the base to its sapphire domed crystal peak). Cut from marine grade 316L stainless steel and finished in multiple levels of detailing, with a vertically brushed bezel and highly polished case edges that outline bead-blasted flanks that cut-in and follow around to the dropped lugs.

ELABORATE ENGINEERING

The 39mm Chrono-Classic case is built around the slim Swiss-made DD2022 movement with an overall thickness of just 6.9mm. This allows for a shallower outer case profile with a depth of just 12mm (13.2mm height from the base to its sapphire domed crystal peak). Cut from marine grade 316L stainless steel and finished in multiple levels of detailing, with a vertically brushed bezel and highly polished case edges that outline bead-blasted flanks that cut-in and follow around to the dropped lugs.

STRAPS
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SWISS POWERHOUSE

Dubois Dépraz is a name that needs little introduction, founded in 1901 they have worked with some of the world’s most famous brands. But their unofficial specialty are chronographs and have created an innovative 'off set rod system' that aligns the crown centrally in the casing. The new DD2022 bi-compax + date Top Grade movement has been beautifully decorated and blue screwed, finished with our Farer bronze turbine design rotor, it features 59 jewels and a 43-hour power reserve.

SWISS POWERHOUSE

Dubois Dépraz is a name that needs little introduction, founded in 1901 they have worked with some of the world’s most famous brands. But their unofficial specialty are chronographs and have created an innovative 'off set rod system' that aligns the crown centrally in the casing. The new DD2022 bi-compax + date Top Grade movement has been beautifully decorated and blue screwed, finished with our Farer bronze turbine design rotor, it features 59 jewels and a 43-hour power reserve.

SWISS POWERHOUSE

Dubois Dépraz is a name that needs little introduction, founded in 1901 they have worked with some of the world’s most famous brands. But their unofficial specialty are chronographs and have created an innovative 'off set rod system' that aligns the crown centrally in the casing. The new DD2022 bi-compax + date Top Grade movement has been beautifully decorated and blue screwed, finished with our Farer bronze turbine design rotor, it features 59 jewels and a 43-hour power reserve.

REVIEWS
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