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Xetum Has A New PVD Model For You



As you’re surely aware, we’re fans of what Xetum has been bringing to the market.  Until now, however, you didn’t have much of an option when it came to finishes.

With a new PVD-coated Tyndall model in the mix, however, you’ve got variety.  Of course, it’s not just the case finish in black – you’ve also got the midnight dial and cork-lined black leather strap in the mix as well.

Now, for a review of this particular model, we hooked you up with that a while ago (you can read that here).  For a quick run-down of the specs, we have the following:

  • Black matte PVD case with sapphire crystal up front
  • Swiss ETA 2895-2 movement (elaboree grade) with engraved black rotor
  • Naturally tanned leather strap with cork lining and a PVD buckle

In short, you’ve got some nice Swiss machinery going to work in a California-designed case.  If you’re interested, you can place your pre-order   here, with pricing coming in at $1495 (just a $100 premium over the non-PVD case with leather strap).  Pre-orders are open now, and shipping begins later this month, on October 23rd.

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