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Farer Goes Big and Bold With Latest Chronograph Design

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British watch company Farer packs color into their timepieces like few others in the independent space or otherwise. And their new Carnegie Chronograph proves it.

Named after Olympiad David Carnegie, who was the only Brit to win a medal in the 1928 Winter Olympics held in St. Mortiz, the watch features a 41mm marine grade stainless steel case and a blue ceramic tachymeter bezel paired with a matte teal dial plate featuring a circular sunray ray blue recessed triple sub-dial and a healthy amount of Super-LumiNova throughout. 

It draws its power from a Sellita SW510 manually-wound movement, which is good for 58 hours of power reserve and on display through the flat sapphire exhibition caseback. It's finished off with a leather strap in your choice of nine styles and complimentary engraving if you so choose.

"It's a watch with universal appeal, retro-inspired but reimagined for today," notes the brand. Add one to your collection here.