Farer releases its first dive watch, the Leven - Acquire
The watch recalls the stylish dive watches from the '70s.
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Farer has definitely nailed it with the styling of their first dive watch, but it's not all about looks. The Leven is built for oceanic adventures with the type of functionality that any diver would appreciate. This starts with the unidirectional two-tone bezel that is finished in matte black with five minute markings and orange with a 20 minute scale for decompression times. 

We like to think of the watch as a gentleman's diver with its perfectly-sized 41.5mm cushion case that is crafted from a block of 316L stainless steel. It's accented with two crowns to adjust the time and dive time bezel and both have gaskets that allow the watch to operate up to depths of 300m/1000ft. 

Movement is the ETA 2824-2 Elaboré Non-Date automatic, which can be seen via the sapphire exhibition back and has power reserve of 38 hours. The watch comes in three styles and can be had on a rubber strap or a full metal bracelet. 

The watch is available now for pre-order and ships out in early October. 

$1,295, farer.com

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