Farer dives into new waters with Aqua Compressor

After 18 months of research and development, British firm Farer is following on from its successful previous collections with a compact dive tool watch, the Aqua Compressor…

Going the depth

Featuring a 41.5mm case, carved from a solid block of high-grade steel, the Aqua Compressor utilises, as the name suggests, the compression principle. With gaskets compressing depending on water pressure, the new timepiece is depth-tested down to 300 metres, with twin screw-down crowns embellishing the chunky Super-Compressor style case. Powered by the Swiss ETA 2824-2 Elaboré Non-Date Movement, Farer wearers will be able to view an engraved rotor through the exhibition glass on the case back, as well as the piece’s individual serial number. Supplied with a thick-edged rubber strap with oversized tool buckle and a stainless-steel bracelet, the new Aqua Compressor is sure to make a splash whether you’re at sea or the bar…

Photos: Farer

You can find further information on the Aqua Compressor at the Farer website.