Farer 37mm Hand Wound Watches

British watchmakers are experiencing quite the resurgence of late and chief amongst the watchmakers acting as a catalyst for this is that of Farer, who have just released some mighty fine looking new timepieces in the shape of these 37mm Hand Wound Watches which are dapperness personified and showcasing their design and watchmaking credentials wonderfully well.

The Farer 37mm Hand Wound Watches come in three superbly striking iterations – namely, the Stanhope, Hudson and Lansdell – and you’ll be able to find the ideal one for you amongst this magnificent selection. We’ve been following Farer for some time now here at The Coolector and this brand new series of timepieces is undoubtedly amongst their finest looking and top performing to date and, given they’re available for under £1k, you’ll be able to get your hands on one without breaking the bank.

Heavenly Horology

These fantastic looking Farer 37mm Hand Wound Watches have been designed with the true horological enthusiast in mind, and marks a return to the roots of watchmaking with a manual movement at the heart of an understated and super thin cushion case. With an abundant attention to detail from top to bottom, with an multitude of decorations, colour finishes, textures and subtle enhancements, Farer really have pushed the boast out on this new collection of supremely stylish timepieces.

The three different offerings that make up the Farer 37mm Hand Wound Collection each have their own unique details and design features to set them apart. The Stanhope has  a complex multi-layer dial design, with a piqué textured off-white sandwiched central plate punched in for the sub-dial and around the edge at 12 hour markings, the Hudson boasts a deep, sunray sea-blue triple stepped dial, that changes with the light, from day to night, featuring raised baton Super-LumiNova mint hour markers outlined at 45 degrees in pure white and, last but not least, the Lansdell has a ring of British racing green, finished in an engine turned texture and split by baton hour markers in Super-LumiNova, with central dial in silver steel Guilloché detail.

With a traditional, hand wound design, there is a lot to appreciate with these new 37mm watches from Farer and there really is something refreshing in the daily routine of hand-winding your timepiece and actually taking some time out to appreciate the aesthetic appeal and impeccable performance of a mechanical world beyond technology. If you prefer the sort of timepiece that wouldn’t look out of place on Don Draper’s wrist as opposed to the increasingly technological offerings of today, this new collection is definitely for you.

A Compelling Case

Another stand out feature of this new 37mm collection from Farer is the extremely polished and slimline cushion case design, that has a very thin facing edge to allow for the widest possible dial aperture and an overall timepiece that feels bigger on the wrist than it actually is. At a mere 8.3mm in height, the elegant and sophisticated case design delivers a wonderfully slim profile on the wrist which makes it the perfect choice for your day to day watch.

Farer are rapidly getting a reputation as one of the UK’s leading watchmakers and this is something they’ve achieved as a result of these excellent releases such as the 37mm Hand Wound Collection of watches. If you’re in the market for a first class accessory for your wrist and have a budget around the £1k mark then you’re simply not going to find many better places to put your money than this.

Leo Davie
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