TO JOURNEY, TO TRAVEL, TO EXPLORE.

A contemporary take on a classic, the Farer GMT Bezel collection is built for modern adventures as a go-anywhere, do-everything tool watch that will take you to the edge of the world and back.

Born in Greenwich, London in 1884,  Greenwich 'Mean Time' is at the centre of the world when it comes to global timekeeping. The GMT movement was popularised as a watch function by the globe trotting Pan Am pilots of the 1950s, clearly establishing local time while never losing sight of a second time zone back home.

Crooms II

GMT Bezel dual time + date automatic watch with iridescent deep red sun ray dial and Maine St. Venere leather strap.

The Crooms II GMT Bezel demonstrates how style and substance can be perfectly balanced with its unique dial colour and tool watch functionality.

$1,495.00
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Maze II

GMT Bezel dual time + date automatic watch with sepia white engraved grid dial and St Venere leather strap.

The Maze GMT Bezel watch is a modern interpretation of a classic form. The dial is made up of bold shapes and an angular aesthetic to create a distinctive look.

$1,495.00
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DIAL
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FUTURE RETRO

Inspired by the past, we’ve looked to the future to create a new modernity in dial design - developing a striking graphical design language combined with our signature use of bold colour. Each dial design within the collection combines multiple layers of textures, finishings, applications and engraving techniques, before having hand-applied highlights of powerful Super Lumi-Nova luminescent, so you never lose track of your time zone whether travelling by day or night.

FUTURE RETRO

Inspired by the past, we’ve looked to the future to create a new modernity in dial design - developing a striking graphical design language combined with our signature use of bold colour. Each dial design within the collection combines multiple layers of textures, finishings, applications and engraving techniques, before having hand-applied highlights of powerful Super Lumi-Nova luminescent, so you never lose track of your time zone whether travelling by day or night.

FUTURE RETRO

Inspired by the past, we’ve looked to the future to create a new modernity in dial design - developing a striking graphical design language combined with our signature use of bold colour. Each dial design within the collection combines multiple layers of textures, finishings, applications and engraving techniques, before having hand-applied highlights of powerful Super Lumi-Nova luminescent, so you never lose track of your time zone whether travelling by day or night.

CASE
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LIGHT FANTASTIC

Made of marine-grade 316L stainless steel, finished with a circular brushed top, highly polished bevel edges, horizontal-brushed sides and a highly polished back - creating a light effect to a robust case. Measuring a comfortable 41mm diameter on the wrist, the case is framed by the external 24 click bi-directional GMT bezel in super crisp Sapphire. The recessed screw down crown allows the case to hold a WR rating of 200m/656ft, making it equally at home on land or at sea.

LIGHT FANTASTIC

Made of marine-grade 316L stainless steel, finished with a circular brushed top, highly polished bevel edges, horizontal-brushed sides and a highly polished back - creating a light effect to a robust case. Measuring a comfortable 41mm diameter on the wrist, the case is framed by the external 24 click bi-directional GMT bezel in super crisp Sapphire. The recessed screw down crown allows the case to hold a WR rating of 200m/656ft, making it equally at home on land or at sea.

LIGHT FANTASTIC

Made of marine-grade 316L stainless steel, finished with a circular brushed top, highly polished bevel edges, horizontal-brushed sides and a highly polished back - creating a light effect to a robust case. Measuring a comfortable 41mm diameter on the wrist, the case is framed by the external 24 click bi-directional GMT bezel in super crisp Sapphire. The recessed screw down crown allows the case to hold a WR rating of 200m/656ft, making it equally at home on land or at sea.

MOVEMENT
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TIME TRAVEL

Powered by the Swiss-made SELLITA 330-2 Top Grade movement with 25 jewels, building up an impressive 56 hours power reserve when fully wound. The 330-2 is a purpose built GMT calibre, with quick-set date function and a second time zone displayed via a centrally located 24 hour hand that can be read against the bi-directional bezel as it travels around the dial once a day. A third timezone can be read off the 24 hour hand by turning the bezel to the correct +GMT hours at position 12.

TIME TRAVEL

Powered by the Swiss-made SELLITA 330-2 Top Grade movement with 25 jewels, building up an impressive 56 hours power reserve when fully wound. The 330-2 is a purpose built GMT calibre, with quick-set date function and a second time zone displayed via a centrally located 24 hour hand that can be read against the bi-directional bezel as it travels around the dial once a day. A third timezone can be read off the 24 hour hand by turning the bezel to the correct +GMT hours at position 12.

TIME TRAVEL

Powered by the Swiss-made SELLITA 330-2 Top Grade movement with 25 jewels, building up an impressive 56 hours power reserve when fully wound. The 330-2 is a purpose built GMT calibre, with quick-set date function and a second time zone displayed via a centrally located 24 hour hand that can be read against the bi-directional bezel as it travels around the dial once a day. A third timezone can be read off the 24 hour hand by turning the bezel to the correct +GMT hours at position 12.

REVIEWS
When I think of Farer, I think first of colour. Often playful–and frequently inspired–Farer use uncommon palettes to create memorable dial designs. And with the latest launches in its Manual Wound Cushion Case Collection, the brand has done just that in both the Durham and the Mansfield. What the watchmaker has proven with the Lethbridge, on the other hand, is that colour need not be offbeat nor unconventional to make an impact. And sometimes, you need only one.
At a glance, the Meredith chronograph feels like a matured take on the classic Farer chronograph formula. A bevy of bright colors aren’t immediately apparent, the copper/salmon dial is chic and of the moment, and the applied numerals do their best to remain near black at all times. Even the hands have taken on a slightly more demure shape. A look at the other two watches in this family, the Swann and the Jackson reveals a similar story.
The Horological British Invasion is in full swing. Unless you’ve been intentionally shielding yourself from watch releases for the last, say, five years, you’ve certainly heard of brands like Bremont and Christopher Ward. In stature, those brands may be considered The Beatles and The Rolling Stones of this watch wave, but just like the lesser-known bands of the 1960s cultural phenomenon, there are plenty of watch brands worthy of your attention. One of the most exciting brands, in my opinion, is Farer. 
It’s unclear as to when you should stop referring to a company as a “microbrand”, but the conundrum also brings a sense of sheepish pride. Farer’s growth has been exponential in the past few years, with their command of colourful yet classy releases helping to sell out almost all of their releases cross a stream of new models and colour schemes. Here to prove their recognition now belongs beyond “micro” level are just five of their releases from the past year alone.
If Steve Zissou were to own a watch in 2022, it’d be this one. The Farer Thurso shows how a watch company can continue to evolve their looks while not straying too far from principle aesthetics of the brand.