British watchmakers, Farer, are one of our favourite brands to emerge from the world of horology in the last few years and though they’re relative newcomers in the world of watchmaking (in the grand scheme of things), they’ve wasted no time in establishing their reputation as being one of the best in the business. This reputation has been garnered through exceptional releases like this Seagrave Monopusher Watch which is a technically accomplished timepiece that will look great on any man’s wrist.
The Farer Seagrave Monopusher Watch has a price tag of $1995 and comes with a matte black dial, twin sub-dials and choice of strap. It takes its design inspiration from the original and exceptionally popular Segrave Chronograph – the stealth matte black dial of the Segrave Monopusher is instantly recognised by its playful asymmetric ‘big-eye’ sub-dial in silver white, inset to provide a level of depth and finished with a microfine turned texture.
Delicious Attention to Detail
Eye-catching in the extreme, the Seagrave Monopusher Watch from Farer has a striking sky blue chronograph hand, with sub-dial hands in signal orange and teal, which perfectly punctuate proceedings with customary pops of idiosyncratic colour. Framed by an over-printed telemetre scale that runs around the raised internal bezel, it’s hard not to be impressed with the visual impact of this latest release from the British watchmaker. Discreet details that combine to deliver maximum appeal – what’s not to like?
The Farer Seagrave Monopusher Watch ($1995) boasts highly distinctive harlequin bordered flanks that will immediately draw the eye to the curvature of the case and towards the drop-away lugs. The 40.5mm case is cut from a single block of marine grade 316L stainless steel which makes this one adventure-ready watch with a case depth of just 12.2mm and a curved box case sapphire taking the total depth to 14.7mm, the full height is subtly concealed by a rounded bellytanker shaped case back with exhibition sapphire.
This majestic looking timepiece is powered by the new Swiss-Made Sellita SW510 MP Elaboré, which is a purpose-built single pusher chronograph movement that powers an enhanced reserve of up to 62 hours. Farer’s original chronograph turbine rotor has been entirely updated, now finished in navy blue with lettering detail in striking orange. Heated blue screws and guilloché polishing on the bridge finish off the overwhelming allure of the Monopusher and we’d love to get our hands on one here at Coolector HQ.