Fears marks its 175th anniversary with a recreation of an art deco-style timepiece from the 1930s. The new model reproduces the original case's details but increases in size slightly and is machined from 316L stainless steel. The polished and brushed case surrounds a "vintage champagne" dial with diamond polished hands. Inside is a new old stock, manually-wound 1935 ZentRa 185/ETA 717 movement that has been fully reconditioned and upgraded and has a power reserve of 38 hours. Completing the watch is a oxblood "Bristol Leather" strap from Britain's oldest vegetable tanner, Thomas Ware & Sons.
Fears releases a platinum version of its Brundwick timepiece
Each watch is hand built to order in Britain
The Fears Garrick showcases independent British watchmaking in its highest form
The Fears Garrick took three years to complete.
Breitling reissues its Co-Pilot timepiece from 1953
The watch is the company's second Re-Edition.