• Review: Xetum Tyndall PVD Automatic Watch

    Review: Xetum Tyndall PVD Automatic Watch

    As a wristwatch brand, San Francisco-based Xetum has been making a bit of a name for itself by delivering high-quality Swiss movements in contemporary cases designed in California. Recently, the company added a PVD version of its Tyndall model to the lineup, adding even more modern flair to the watch’s striking design. Read More

  • Up Close With The Xetum Stinson

    Up Close With The Xetum Stinson

    You no doubt are familiar with the Xetum brand, based out of California.  If not, just have a look over at to the side of the page. In the past, we’ve reviewed their Tyndall model; today, we’ll be taking a look at the Stinson. The Stinson presents as a very minimalistic three-hander, and it does it with style.  I say that for two reasons – first, it’s an extremely… Read More

  • Xetum Releases Limited Edition Watch With Carbon Dial

    Our good buddies at Xetum are offering a post-Valentine’s treat: a new, limited-edition Tyndall with carbon-fiber dial and automatic movement. Xetum makes some of the best and most handsome American-designed watches I’ve seen in a while so pop over and visit them early and often. Read More

  • Xetum: Sexy Swiss monster watches

    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… Read More