Our friends over at Xetum introduced a new stainless steel bracelet for their Tyndall and Stinson timepieces. Their designer – and eco-friendly – timepieces get a different look with this solid bracelet, with brushed and polished links. The 20mm wide bracelet is available for all Tyndall and Stinson timepieces and the prices will remain the same as when delivered on a leather strap.

Ever since we’ve met the owner of Xetum, Jeff Kuo, during the BaselWorld fair, we’ve been following Xetum closely. Although based in San Francisco, Xetum watches have a modern – almost Danish – design but are being manufactured in the Swiss Jura valley. A combination of modern design and an environment friendly production process (you are already being eco-friendly with a mechanical movement of course) is not all there is to it, Xetum also makes sure that your buyer’s experience will be top notch. Jeff Kuo made sure that all personnel knows not only about Xetum watches, but loves watches in general as well. This way, every time you’ll get to talk to someone of Xetum watches, you know you can level with him or her.

Pictured above is the Tyndall on the new stainless steel bracelet, available for $1395.- USD through their official website. This watch uses an ETA based movement (ETA 2895-2) which offers a small second hand positioned at 6 o’clock like an old school doctor’s watch.

As you can see below, the new bracelets blend in perfectly with the Tyndall watch design. The polished and brushed links correspond perfectly with the round brushed case with the polished accents below the bezel and above the case back. The clasp is a ‘Cartier’ butterfly system with push-buttons to open it.

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More information can be found at www.xetum.com/bracelets and the official Xetum Facebook page. More information about the Stinson models ($995.- USD) can be found here.

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Founder & Editor at Fratello Watches
Robert-Jan Broer, born in 1977, watch collector and author on watches for over a decade. Founder of Fratello Watches in 2004.
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