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PostSubject: Farer's new GMT Automatics   Tue May 30, 2017 2:10 pm

Guys, did you happen to catch these new watches from Farer?

There look to be three watches in total named the Lander, Oxley, and Ponting. With the Lander
paying tribute to explorer Richard lander who explored Nigeria many times in the early 1800's,
and displaying a sunray sea green triple step dial. Then you have the Oxley which gets it's
name from Yorkshireman John Oxley who was a surveyor of Australia after retiring from the
Navy. With it's matte black dial, and white chapter ring. Followed by the Pointing which pays
homage to Herbert George Ponting, the photographer who was with Robert Falcon Scott on
the 1910 Terra Nova Expedition to Antarctica with it's silver sunray dial.

Looks like each watch has a polished, and brushed 39.5mm stainless steel case, AR coated
boxed cased domed sapphire crystal, 100m WR, tapered bronze crown, cool accented hands,
and markers with Super-Luminova, ETA 2893 GMT automatic, Barenia bridle leather, and more.

A few pics...
















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