Introducing The Farer Carnegie Chronograph Sport

Not content to sit on the sidelines this week, Farer has taken the lid off their latest vibrant creation, the Carnegie Chronograph Sport. The Carnegie is the last member of the Chronograph Sport family we first saw back in 2019, featuring a hand wound Sellita movement and a barrel shaped case. New with the Carnegie is a stunning selection of colors orchestrated on the dial in a way we’ve come to expect from Farer. There’s no shortage of personality here, and it might be one of the best releases we’ve seen all week.

The Carnegie is a three register chronograph that feels slightly retro in execution, but all quirky in the most Farer way possible. The base of the dial is matte teal in color with recessed sub dials done in complementary sunray blue. The bezel, which is made of ceramic, by the way, gets the same dark blue color with etched tachymeter. These cool tones are contrasted with touches of red, yellow and orange from the hands and hour markers. Not a date window in sight. 

Like the other Chronograph Sport models, the Carnegie gets a 41mm steel case that measures a mere 12.9mm in thickness. We’ve seen many chronographs released from far larger brands this week that still struggle to keep thickness in check, so we applaud Farer for figuring it out at a price that clocks in under $2,000. 

If the wild colors of the Carnegie aren’t your thing, Farer will also be restocking an OG colorway in the Bernina Chronograph Sport. Same great case, all white dial with red and orange accents. And finally, we hear they have something special reserved only for prior customers, the Bernina Blue, which adds a deep blue bezel to the Bernina dial, and will be limited to just 25 units. 

The Chronograph Sport is priced from $1,955 on leather strap, though a steel bracelet is on offer. Farer.

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Blake is a Wisconsin native who’s spent the past decade covering the people, products, and brands that make the watch world a little more interesting. Blake enjoys the practical elements that watches bring to everyday life, from modern Seikos to vintage Rolex. He is an avid writer and photographer with a penchant for classic cars, non-fiction literature, and home-built mechanical keyboards.