Almost a year ago I first wrote about Californian Jeff Kuo’s watch brand Xetum. Designed in California, crafted in Switzerland. And as I would expect from a young watch brand with its roots in California, everything is eco-friendly. And to compensate the parts that aren’t eco-friendly, they’ll probably plant a tree.
Jeff Kuo makes a real effort of coming up with the most beautiful photos showing his watches. So perfect material for our Weekly Watch Photo! Another good reason to show Xetum’s photos is to announce that our contributor Max will soon do a review.
In no specific order we’ll show you a few photos from Xetum. On the Xetum Facebook page you can see many more! By the way, just a few things you should also know about Xetum:
- there are two different models: Tyndall (small seconds sub dial) and Stinson (central seconds hand)
- inside ticks a reliable Swiss ETA movement
- prices start just below the $1k level
More info will follow in Max’s review soon. Without further ado… we show you a bunch of very nice photos.
On the Xetum Facebook page you can find many more of the lovely photos of both Xetum models, also showing the different choices of dial colors. And of course you can find more information and how to order on the Xetum website.
This article was written by Frank Geelen, executive editor for Monochrome Watches.