Launching today: Xetum PVD Tyndall Carbon Fiber Limited Edition

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    Launching today: Xetum PVD Tyndall Carbon Fiber Limited Edition

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    You may recall on October 22 we gave you an exclusive sneak peek of the new Xetum PVD Tyndall Carbon Fiber limited edition piece. Only 300 of the watches will be available and they go on sale as from today, November 6. The Tyndall Carbon Fiber builds upon the sleek, instrument style look of the popular Tyndall collection and will be priced at US$1695.00.

    Features include:

    • Carbon fiber dial
    • All-black PVD case
    • Elaboree grade Sellita SW 260 or ETA 2895 Swiss automatic movement
    • Sequentially numbered engraved rotors
    • 40mm in diameter
    • Hand-made, naturally-tanned leather strap with black PVD deployment clasp.

    The strap features Xetum’s signature strap lining made of Italian cork and comes embossed with the Xetum logo. This is Xetum’s second limited edition watch. Their first, offered in 2011, sold out fast.

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    “Throughout the past couple of years, our fans have repeatedly asked about new limited edition watches, and have also asked for what we could offer with a carbon fiber dial. We considered numerous options and felt that the all black PVD Tyndall aesthetic would pair very well with a subtly executed grey carbon dial. We are excited to be able to offer this new piece to our customers and fans, and feel that the style is in keeping with the rest of our collection. This is not a flamboyant or flashy limited edition, but rather a piece that will immediately catch your eye, but do so in a nuanced and tasteful way.” Xetum designer Jeff Kuo

    The PVD Tyndall Carbon Fiber will be available from the Xetum website and will also be available at Watch Station in San Francisco.

    Visit the Xetum website
    Last edited by Michael Weare; November 6th, 2013 at 07:24.

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