Founded in 1737, Favre Leuba was born inside the mind of Abraham Favre, the “master
watchmaker” of Le Locle, Switzerland, who is also considered one of the first Swiss watchmakers
in the world. Through decades of globetrotting, unparalleled prowess in the craft of
watchmaking, and an unmistakable design DNA, Favre Leuba soon became an icon of the horological
universe. In the 1960s, Favre Leuba
became widely recognised for its tool-like instrument watches with timepieces such as the Bathy,
Deep Blue, and Bivouac.
Watches by Favre Leuba have made their way into the history of time measurement because their
functionality is innovative and ingenious, they explore technical limits, break new ground, and
their aesthetic is bold, distinctive and unique. As we move into the future, archival design
elements, shapes and colours are taken back up and skillfully translated into contemporary
tastes and sensibilities. The result: watches with a strong and always striking look. Watches
that express their character as highly functional instruments ready to accompany explorers on
life’s every adventure and breakthrough moment – entirely in the tradition of Favre Leuba.