Xemex Concept One Chronograph Watch

Mar 22, 2009
The Xemex Concept One Chronograph watch has been designed by famous Swiss artist Ruedi Külling. The artist became the winner of the Chicago Athenaeums Good Design Award 2008.

Ruedi Külling designed the case of the new Xemex watch that is sure to attract a great deal of attention. The case construction demonstrates exuberant asymmetrical architecture on the right-hand side, featuring red and black chronograph push-pieces and the crown.

Besides the hours, minutes, and seconds, the Xemex Concept One Chronograph watch provides the date, chronograph and tachometer functions. It is equipped with a reliable Swiss-made quartz movement.

The case of the watch is crafted from brushed stainless steel and measures 47 x 43 mm. It incorporates a steel bezel with a tachometer scale, a sapphire crystal and a screw-down case-back. The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.

The yellow luminescent dial of the timepiece
is completed with luminescent hands and hour-markers. The hour, minute and seconds chronograph counters are positioned at 6, 9 and 3 oclock respectively. The date window is found at 4 oclock. The dial is also available in white or black variation.

Watches.infoniac.com thinks that the new Xemex watch is developed as a stylish, functional and reliable timekeeping companion for men who opt for active lifestyle.

The Xemex Concept One Chronograph watch is secured to the wrist on a black rubber strap fitted with a steel folding clasp.

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