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Xetum: A new American watch company


Jeff Kuo designed these striking Xetum watches and I’m kind of in love. THey have all the austerity without the price and start at $995 for the black dial Stinson.

I’m not usually a fan of three handers but this is an exception. The face is clean and the watch is nice and thick. The watch was designed in San Francisco and Jeff added a 2895-2 movement to the Tyndall (an automatic, shown above, that costs $1,395.)

While they might be a little pricey you get a 40mm watch with Swiss ETA movement and some design chops for that money. Definitely worth a second look.

via WatchLounge

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