Farer Endeavour Automatic Dive Watch

Whilst diving might not be an activity that is on the agenda any time in the near future, it doesn’t stop us fawning over some of the finest dive watches here at Coolector HQ and the one that has turned our heads the most in recent weeks is the exemplary Farer Endeavour Automatic Dive Watch. This classy accessory from British watchmakers, Farer, is an Aqua Compressor automatic watch with matte black dial, and comes with both natural rubber strap and 316L steel bracelet.

The Farer Endeavour Automatic Dive Watch has a price tag of £1095 which, when you stack up the various components and materials used in its crafting, represents excellent value for money in our opinion here at Coolector HQ. This adventure ready timepiece is striking both in and out of the water and has certainly been designed with functionality in mind.

Effortlessly Cool Aesthetic

The light-absorbing matte black dial of this striking Farer Endeavour Automatic Dive Watch is punctuated with engineered polished steel markers, before being infilled with off-white Super-LumiNova for maximum afterglow and a flawless finish quality. It has a bolder take on the classic Farer syringe hands, with these oversized dive hands coming in polished steel and infilled with mint green Super-LumiNova, with a prominent split minute hand marking for quick identification of dive time.

The Farer Endeavour Automatic Dive Watch (£1095) is finished off in fine silk black, with the unidirectional bezel being highlighted with a 20-minute detailed scale and numeral engraved markings around the bezel. This has then been infilled in white for enhanced visibility in underwater conditions. The inverted Farer arrow is outlined in polished steel and this provides the zero marker point to set the watch opposite the minute hand when entering the deep blue sea in search of diving adventures.

This elegant yet highly versatile tool watch from Farer is completed by the signature Farer ‘A’ tip of the sweep second in mint green Super-LumiNova which adds a visual pop to proceedings. This robust timepiece is inspired by Captain Cook’s Royal Navy research vessel, HMS Endeavour. It departed Plymouth in August 1768, and began a nearly three-year journey into the unknown – setting sail for the uncharted oceans of the southern hemisphere. A suitable inspiration for such an adventure ready timepiece.

First Class Components

Farer are a British watchmaker who are really starting to make waves in the world of horology and this is something that they have achieved by ensuring the quality craftsmanship of their watches and making sure the components are of the finest calibre. This Endeavour Automatic Dive Watch boasts a Swiss Made ETA 2824-2 Non-Date Elaboré movement with bespoke Farer rotor with engraved submersible wave design that really sets it apart from the crowd.

In addition, this top class timepiece from Farer is adjusted in three positions with omegametric timing for chronometers, average rate of +/−12 seconds/day and has an impressive 38 hour power reserve. For any itching to get back under the waves when the lockdown comes to an end and in need of a timepiece to celebrate the occasion, the Endeavour would be a top pick of ours here at Coolector HQ.

Leo Davie
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