UK-based Farer seems to have a knack for injecting their own unique personality into each watch they offer, and the new Farer Segrave Monopusher is no exception. Buyers might recognize the Segrave, and if so, that is for good reason. Farer used that name back in 2018 when they released what proved to be an immensely popular model, the Segrave Chronograph, and this latest release is a variant on that original launch. The Farer Segrave Monopusher sports a matte black dial, dual registers, and a colorful hand set. These colorful hands come in the form of a bright blue timing seconds hand, a green minute timing hand, and an orange running seconds hand. A raised telemeter bezel runs the perimeter, featuring green numerals on a white backdrop.
The watch gets the ‘big eye’ treatment, with an oversized minute totalizer at 3 o’clock that gets a white backdrop, while the smaller sub dial housing the running seconds indication is matched to the dial. The Farer Segrave Monopusher is a unique complication for its unique design, featuring drop-away lugs and a curvature within the 40.5mm case which was formulated from a single block of marine-grade 316L stainless steel. The purpose-built single pusher timepiece is powered by the new Swiss-made Sellita SW510 Elabore and features an enhanced power reserve of up to 62 hours. Farer claims their Farer Segrave Monopusher is simply “everything you need and nothing you don’t.”