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Review: Xetum Tyndall PVD Automatic Watch

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http://techcrunch.com – As a wristwatch brand, San Francisco-based Xetum has been making a bit of a name for itself by delivering high-quality Swiss movements in contemporary cases designed in California. The company offers just two models, the Stinson, based on the solid, reliable and very popular ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, and the Tyndall, based on the ETA 2895-2 elaboree movement. Recently, the company added a PVD version of the Tyndall to the lineup, adding even more modern flair to the watch’s striking design. Xetum’s watches can be polarizing. Hardcore watch snobs often aren’t all that hap (IT news)