You may love the Moonswatch models from Omega, but there are are alternatives, some with sapphire crystals, tritium gas tube lume and a chaoice of quartz of Miyota auto movements – which is a step up in quality. The Xeric NASA Trappist range might look a little bit too Star Wars for you, but then again, perhaps you love the night time lume and the … Continue reading Xeric Trappist NASA gets New Colours, Sapphire Crystals
If you love collecting watches then you’ll know that owning a super rare model is a good feeling. Black dial Omega from the 60s, maybe a Rolex quartz ( yeah they made a few) or perhaps a fully functioning 1950s Dan Dare pocket watch with the original box. It’s all good. So Xeric emailed and said they were selling of various prototype watches, which are … Continue reading Xeric Prototypes: How Rare Do You Want It?
Dare to be different. That was the tagline on Bike magazine way back in the 1970s and it still holds true today, whether it’s bikes, cars or watches. Xeric has a new project on Kickstarter and it features a wandering hour hand. Difficult to explain but if you imagine an outer track showing the minutes and an inner track containing bob-weights showing the hour, then … Continue reading Xeric Scrambler Is a Wandering Star