When Farer introduced the Segrave Monopusher over the summer, we speculated that a second colorway would soon follow, given the relative rarity with which the brand releases a singular watch. Today, we get our first look at that second colorway, it’s called the Cobb Monopusher, and like the Segrave, it’s based on a pior release. Here, we’re treated to a typical bright array of colors assigned to a relatively traditional chronograph dial spread, all set within that lovely Farer case.
The Cobb Chronograph was first released in 2018 (you can see our video review of the watch right here) sporting a dark blue dial with asymmetrical subdials filled with a range of teals. The timing hands rendered in bright primary colors brought some levity to the arrangement, and made the watch unmistakably Farer.