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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 136: Ask the Brands #2, featuring Autodromo, Mk II, Halios, and Farer

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Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re back with the second installment of “Ask the Brands,” our podcast series in which Zach Weiss sits …
Podcast / Podcast

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 133: Ask the Brands #1, featuring Autodromo, Zodiac, Farer, and Halios

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Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re kicking off a new series that focuses on the people behind the brands we cover, and getting …
 

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 123: Catching up with Farer Watches’ Paul Sweetenham

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This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Zach Weiss and Blake Malin talk to Paul Sweetenham, founder of Farer. Farer is one of the …
Review / Review

Review: the Farer Markham World Timer

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I feel like it was just a few weeks ago that we published my review of the Farer Bernina chronograph, one of three exciting hand-wound …
Review / Review

Farer Bernina Hand-Wound Chronograph: An Exclusive First Review

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In the last year, Farer has dedicated themselves to the art of creating chronographs. A most noble pursuit, if you ask me, it started with …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Lander Chronograph from Farer

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It was only a few short years ago that Farer launched a line of simple quartz pieces with distinct design elements that set them apart …
Review / Review

Video Review: Farer Cobb Mechanical Chronograph

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In September, Farer launched their first series of Mechanical Chronographs. Continuing the brand’s now well-established formula for releases, Farer put out three distinct models—all sharing …
Article / News & Releases

First Look: The Mechanical Chronograph Collection (Cobb, Eldridge, Segrave) from Farer

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The brand new chronographs from England’s Farer are 39 millimeters across, 12.5 millimeters tall, run on a highly decorated Elaboré-grade ETA 2894-2 movement, sport excellent …
Article / Sponsored

You’re Invited to the Global Unveiling of Farer’s Mechanical Chronograph Collection With Worn & Wound and RedBar

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Since its beginnings in 2015, Farer has quickly set itself apart from the pack. Right out of the gate, the brand had a strong, identifiable …