San Francisco-based watch brand Xetum recently unveiled its third watch collection, the Kendrick. The new Kendrick, available in a variety of colors, is a fitting addition to Xetum’s lineup. In contrast to Xetum’s first two collections which were essentially founder Jeff Kuo’s modern interpretation of the pilot style dial, the Kendrick draws its inspiration from the automotive world. The Kendrick’s bold red and blue colors (they call it “teal”) add a new vibrancy to the Xetum offering, while also keeping with the fresh, modern design look that runs through Xetum’s DNA.
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If you’ve been waiting to purchase a Xetum (“zeh-tum“), you need wait no longer. The three-years-young “California-designed, Swiss-made” watch brand is out with a new take on its existing Tyndall model, and it looks great. Lots of looks and a full break down, below.
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Looking for a unique Father’s Day gift? Consider a “California-designed, Swiss-made” watch from Xetum. Purchase at Xetum today or tomorrow and get a $100 AMEX Gift Card with your purchase. You can check out my review of the Xetum Tyndall watch if you would like a closer look at what Xetum has to offer. Click the image below for more details:
Ed’s note: Xetum is an advertiser on Perpetuelle.com as of date of publication of this blog post
This just in from our friends over at Xetum. These guys have a great product offering if you are looking for a nice gift for a discerning individual this Christmas…
U.S.-designed, Swiss made watch brand Xetum (“zeh-tum”) now offers a stainless steel bracelet (with pushbutton-release deployment buckle) for their entire collection. Previously, Xetum watches were only available on leather straps, so this is an exciting development for the young brand. As you can see, Xetum Chief (Designer and CEO) Jeff Kuo did a great job of maintaining the nice look of Xetum’s signature lugless case design. If you are buying a new Xetum timepiece, the price is the same whether you choose the steel bracelet or the leather strap. If you already have a Xetum timepiece and want to purchase the steel bracelet separately, the price is a fairly modest $120. More looks over on the Xetum Watches Website. Congrats on the new launch!
If you are new to the Xetum brand, I recommend that you check out my Xetum Tyndall watch review which will give you a very good feel for the brand. If you are short on time, I will summarize the brand as “affordable, US-designed (California), Swiss-made contemporary watches”. Disclosure: At time of this posting, Xetum is an advertiser on the Perpetuelle.com Blog.
Tyndall on the new stainless steel bracelet ($1,395)
View on Steel Bracelet and Leather Strap
Last week I was glad to hear from Jeff Kuo, the founder of Xetum, that demand has been good for his Limited Edition carbon fiber Tyndall watch. This said, the limited edition run of 100 pieces is not yet fully sold-out, and you can jump on over to Xetum.com/limited if you want to learn more. If you are thinking about buying this watch, I also invite you to view my hands-on video review as I think it will help give you a much better sense of what you can expect.
Note: Xetum is a currently display-ad advertiser on the Perpetuelle.com blog.
Since showing you the Xetum Tyndall Limited Edition Watch last month I’ve had the chance to review the watch hands on, courtesy of Xetum. As noted in the review, Xetum is a startup watch brand (~2 yrs old) based out of San Francisco, CA. In general I like what I see from the brand and I was glad to finally get one of its watches to review. The Xetum Tyndall Limited Edition watch price is $1,595 (limited editon 100 pieces), direct from www.xetum.com. Here is my review, as well as a few pictures I took. If you have any questions about the watch, please feel free to leave a comment/question below and I will reply. Thanks for watching!
Xetum Tyndall Limited Edition Watch Review
Xetum Tyndall Limited Edition Watch Photos
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