Farer GMT Automatic Collection

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Farer GMT Automatic Collection

Postby Racer-X » May 25th 2017, 4:34pm

by Stephen Pulvirent "Back in Feburary, Cara introduced you to the Endurance, an automatic three-hand-and-date watch from new British brand Farer. That watch has quirky, colorful styling and a workhorse movement packed into a very wearable package, all for a reasonable price. And, unlike many of the more budget-friendly watches out there, it has its own distinct look and feel. Today Farer is upping the ante, adding a collection of similarly appealing GMTs to the mix."

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Re: Farer GMT Automatic Collection

Postby bedlam » May 25th 2017, 4:46pm

The arrow head on the seconds hand unbalances the entire design. Dumb choice.
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Re: Farer GMT Automatic Collection

Postby conjurer » May 25th 2017, 4:51pm

Interestingly, I like them; particularly the white dial version. While the different model names are unspeakably, revoltingly, Wagnerianly ghey, the watch itself is a nice piece of work. The fact that Carl dislikes the seconds hand makes them even better!!
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