Farer World Timer Automatic Collection

Whenever British watchmakers, Farer, have a new collection hitting the shelves, you can rest assured that we’re always one of the first in line here at Coolector HQ and this is even more true when it’s a range as fantastic as their new World Time Automatic series. For those with a love of travel and adventure, this new range from Farer is what you’re going to want have on your wrist and there are three different versions to choose from so you’re sure to find the right one for your sense of style.

The Farer World Timer Automatic Collection are intricately designed to show you an uninterrupted view of 24 key cities across the globe in a single glance. Each one boasts a clever mechanism, which is based on Sir Sandford Fleming’s revolutionary system of worldwide time zones – which was first proposed in 1879. The Scottish-born Canadian inventor recommended that the world be divided into time zones, each spaced 15 degrees of longitude apart and this is reflected in the design of this majestic looking timepieces from Farer.

Take a look at the watches available in the World Time Automatic Collection from Farer below:

Farer Markham World Timer Automatic Watch – £1295

The dial of the Markham World Timer has been designed around the eye-catching white micro piqué pattern witnessed on the base plate. This is a 3-dimensional detail that catches the light in an understated manner. Raised highly polished batons and numerals are infilled in deep blue and combined with the highly polished steel-edged alpha hands, infilled with mint green Grade A Super-LumiNova. At the centre, a map design in blue and white delivers unbeatable clarity within the universal 24-hour disk. Framing the dial is the internal bezel, finished in silk blue with over printed red, powder blue and white. And with over 40 manufacturing processes going into the creation of an individual dial, the Markham will please even the sharpest horological eye. (£1295)

Farer Roché World Timer Automatic Watch – £1295

The dial of the Roché World Timer is definitely going to resonate with lovers of lume. By making use of a unique afterglow pigment to provide illuminating markings on the dial, these watches really stand out from the crowd. Crafted from a textured, gloss midnight blue main base ring this watch features applied markers and numerals in solid blocks of Grade A Super-LumiNova. Whilst the highly polished steel-edged alpha hands are infilled with mint green Grade A Super-LumiNova. There is a central engraved map in midnight blue and powder blue which delivers a central focal point and is held by a universal hour disk, divided into 24 hours. Framing the dial is a stunning luminescent internal bezel created using Grade A Super-LumiNova, a unique finish that creates a cloud-like effect around the dial. This is a watch that that will stand out on your travels, day and night. (£1295)

Farer Aldrich World Timer Automatic Watch – £1295

The dial of the Aldrich World Timer is intricate in form, layering multiple levels of complex information into a single, sophisticated and effortlessly cool dial design. The base of the dial is formed by components of saturated blue sunray, that draw the eye in for a closer inspection. Raised highly polished batons and numerals match the highly polished steel-edged alpha hands, infilled with mint green Grade A Super-LumiNova. The central engraved map in contrasting tones of blue, provides the main focal point and is surrounded by a universal hour disk, separated into 24-hours. Framing the main dial is an internal bezel, finished in silk blue with key city markings over-printed in red and powder blue.

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.