The stunner is led by a stealthy matte black dial with an asymmetric "big eye" subdial in silver/white and pops of color throughout, which tends to be a signature style move for Farer. The seconds subdial, meanwhile, is set on the dial surface. It's all framed by an over-printed telemeter scale circling the raised internal bezel and finished off with a St. Venere leather strap with 316L stainless steel buckle fastening. "Discreet details that combine to deliver maximum appeal," the watchmakers note.
The timepiece is powered by the new Swiss-Made Sellita SW510 MP Elaboré single pusher chronograph movement, which packs a power reserve of 62 hours and features custom details finished navy blue with lettering detail in bright orange. It's all on display throughout the exhibition caseback.
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