Introducing the Xetum Tyndall PVD, presented in a matte black PVD finished stainless steel case (40 mm by 11 mm). Flat sapphire crystal with interior anti-reflective treatment. Black dial with semi-gloss off white printed markings (including luminous 12, 3, 6 and 9 numerals and hour and minute hands).

Inside is a Swiss automatic elaboree-grade ETA 2895-2 with a 42-hour power reserve and rate of 28,800 vph (4Hz). The movement and new engraved black PVD rotor are visible through a K1 hardened mineral case back. “The Tyndall seamlessly integrates features such as 24H indicators and a small second subdial into Xetum’s signature lugless case.”

Water-resistance is 100 meters. Watch strap in black leather with 20 mm springbar and PVD pushbutton butterfly clasp. Pre-orders are being taken now, shipping begins October 23, 2012 (limited quantities). Retail $1,495

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