Xeriscope Rose Gold (XS3021)

Xeriscope Rose Gold

$600.00
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Our XERISCOPE will be the most interesting watch in the room:
  • Fully-exposed, mechanical movement IS the hour display
  • Innovative time display with a unique double-sided minute Halo Hand
  • Automatically recharges itself with the motion of your daily life: No batteries needed
  • Power reserve meter
  • Second timezone display
  • Caseback crystal in an array of vibrant colors illuminating the exposed rotor as it generates power for the watch
  • Watch is layered in panels of surgical grade stainless steel bolted together into one solid time machine for the wrist
  • Bucks the trend of soon-to-be obsolete gadget watches that you could never pass on to future generations

The XERISCOPE is not high tech, it’s High Mech.

In more detail:
  • A beating mechanical heart, the mainspring of the watch pumps life into this complex time machine.  Seeing the action of the living machine on your wrist gives a thrill no electronic gadget can.
  • Another rarity in timekeeping, the XERISCOPE's double-sided minute hand with two-tier arc of digits. The XERISCOPE deconstructs typical watch functionality with easy to read originality.
  • Wearing and winding this timepiece generates energy seen in this power reserve meter.  Much like the gas tank of your car.
  • Need to know what time it is at home when traveling or if it's too late to call where your better half is, no problem, the second time zone can be set to any other location on the planet.
  • The rotor (oscillating mass) that generates the power supply to the movement, seen from the porthole caseback viewing crystal.
  • A design perfected with focus on style and legibility.  There's nothing quite like a mechanical watch.  The many parts of a machine all working in unison completely viewable from the front is a rare sight these days…

Specifications:
316L Stainless Steel Case (45mm wide x 13mm thick)
Calf-skin Leather Strap (22mm width)
12 Month Warranty
5ATM Water Resistance
K1 Domed Mineral Crystal (More shatter-resistant that a sapphire crystal)

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  • 4
    "What time IS it?"

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Sep 2016

    After months of shopping for a watch, which including looking at this watch several times, I decided the Xeric was the most interesting in style and design for this price range.
    I initially planed on replacing the band, but after receiving the watch, I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the band as well.
    It's just an all around beautiful piece...
    I'd happily give it 5 stars except for the awkward nature of actually reading the time. I did expect this since I'd researched the watch before hand, but didn't expect it to be so perpetually odd. It's definitely a conversation piece, but I'd prefer the conversation to not always start with, "what time is it?", and then have to explain why it's taking a second to actually answer.
    Also, the hour hand is nearly invisible, unless in direct strong light.
    I would suggest making it's location clearer in future versions.
    I actually cheat and use the 2nd time zone for the hour most of the time... which, I'd like to add, defeats the purpose of having a dual time zone watch.
    And sadly, I noticed a small scratch on the crystal the other day, which is so frustrating, since I've had it for probably 2 weeks.

    Still, it is aesthetically beautiful, and I love it... Thanks!

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  • 4
    "What time IS it?"

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Sep 2016

    After months of shopping for a watch, which including looking at this watch several times, I decided the Xeric was the most interesting in style and design for this price range.
    I initially planed on replacing the band, but after receiving the watch, I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the band as well.
    It's just an all around beautiful piece...
    I'd happily give it 5 stars except for the awkward nature of actually reading the time. I did expect this since I'd researched the watch before hand, but didn't expect it to be so perpetually odd. It's definitely a conversation piece, but I'd prefer the conversation to not always start with, "what time is it?", and then have to explain why it's taking a second to actually answer.
    Also, the hour hand is nearly invisible, unless in direct strong light.
    I would suggest making it's location clearer in future versions.
    I actually cheat and use the 2nd time zone for the hour most of the time... which, I'd like to add, defeats the purpose of having a dual time zone watch.
    And sadly, I noticed a small scratch on the crystal the other day, which is so frustrating, since I've had it for probably 2 weeks.

    Still, it is aesthetically beautiful, and I love it... Thanks!