Meet Xetum Stinson Watch

Sep 13, 2011
The young horological company Xetum gladly presents its new Stinson watch, developed in California (USA), yet assembled in Switzerland.

The new Xetum watch is set in a 40mm stainless steel case, round in shape. At 3 oclock, it features a screwed-down winding crown. The top of the case is covered by a flat sapphire crystal with glare-proofed coating. Its back side is equipped with a hardened mineral crystal. The case is 100-meter water-resistant.

The new Xetum Stinson watch shows off a cream, brown or matt black dial. It sports Arabic numerals as well as hour and minute hands, inlaid with white Superluminova compound. The display also offers a central seconds hand and a date indication in an aperture at 3 oclock.

All the functions are driven by a Swiss-made automatic ETA 2824 movement, adjusted in three positions. Paved with 25 jewels, it runs at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and provides a 38-hour power reserve.

The new Xetum watch is attached to a soft brown leather strap with Italian cork lining. It is joined to a steel clasp, marked with the brands name.

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