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Both of the watches also feature a lugless case design. Meaning that the leather strap is fitted directly into the case for a cleaner, more seamless look. The second model is the Xetum Stinson. Both the Stinson and Tyndall watches are named after places in the San Francisco Bay Area, where Xetum is located - though the watches are all Swiss made. The Stinson model is equipped with an ETA 2824-2 automatic movement and has a centrally mounted seconds hand versus a subsidiary seconds dial as seen in the Tyndall model. Prices for the watches range from $995 to $1,395, and are available direct from Xetum's website.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review site aBlogtoRead.com.