Farer are one of those Brit watch brands that rarely feature on people’s radar, but they should, because they’re excellent value especially when compared to something like Bremont.
Not every collector can afford three grand for a watch, and if you want to buy a British brand name, then Christoper Ward, Marloe, Duckworth Prestex and others all offer interesting timepieces at well under a grand.
So the latest three hand models from Farer offer a range of dial colours, 39mm cases, boxed sapphire crystal, see-thru caseback and a Sellita SW200 auto movement.
That is a decent spec for £790 retail. Fact. Three variants; Resolute, Discovery and Hopewell III offer blue, deep burgundy or white dials, with a neat little arrowhead second hand in a contrasting colour to stand out. No date window, just the basics of timekeeping.
Worth a look we reckon. More here.