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Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-halograph-ii-automatic The Halograph II Automatic features Xeric’s innovative signature display and halo hands which float over the arcs to encircle the time. The inner arcs display the hours and the outer arcs display the minutes. The time can easily be read through the two halo hands. As the halo reaches the end of its track, a new halo appears on the opposite side, similar to a retrograde display. Two secondary displays were integrated into the movement grille. The day/night window on the left displays your current position relative to the sun. The window on the right is a running second display. These features are printed on transparent discs for an unobstructed view of the large open balance wheel. The Miyota 82S7’s exposed balance wheel gives a glimpse into the mechanical engine that keeps track of time. The automatic rotor on the back winds the watch using the kinetic energy of your motion, which means the watch will stay perpetually wound when you wear it–no batteries are required. The straps are made using premium, full-grain leather from Horween, one of the oldest continuously running tanneries in the United States. Since 1908, Horween has been making the highest quality leather from their Chicago location on the corner of Elston and Ashland. The straps also feature a quick change springbar system allowing you to swap out different straps for every occasion. To make each Halograph II Automatic as unique as you are, Xeric is limiting each colorway to only 999 pieces. Each watch is individually numbered.

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-decypher-automatic The Xeric Decypher Automatic plays with the positive and negative nature of time. Die cut hours are filled in by hands under the dial, while laser cut minutes are highlighted with the colorful minute hand. The hands are coated in Superluminova, making the watch glow in dark conditions. The timepiece runs on a Miyota self-winding automatic movement, with a 40 hour power reserve, so you never need to change a battery. Xeric upgraded the stock rotor with a customized rotor that’s showcased through the exhibition caseback. Each mechanical movement comes equipped with a custom-designed rotor that can be seen through the sapphire crystal on the caseback. The front crystal is also made of sapphire glass, an ultra scratch-resistant material that protects against daily wear and tear. In addition, Xeric uses the finest American-made Horween leather, complete with a quick release system for fast and easy tool-free strap changes. The Decypher Automatic is a limited edition with just 300 pieces per color.

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-halograph-ii-automatic The Halograph II Automatic features Xeric’s innovative signature display and halo hands which float over the arcs to encircle the time. The inner arcs display the hours and the outer arcs display the minutes. The time can easily be read through the two halo hands. As the halo reaches the end of its track, a new halo appears on the opposite side, similar to a retrograde display. Two secondary displays were integrated into the movement grille. The day/night window on the left displays your current position relative to the sun. The window on the right is a running second display. These features are printed on transparent discs for an unobstructed view of the large open balance wheel. The Miyota 82S7’s exposed balance wheel gives a glimpse into the mechanical engine that keeps track of time. The automatic rotor on the back winds the watch using the kinetic energy of your motion, which means the watch will stay perpetually wound when you wear it–no batteries are required. The straps are made using premium, full-grain leather from Horween, one of the oldest continuously running tanneries in the United States. Since 1908, Horween has been making the highest quality leather from their Chicago location on the corner of Elston and Ashland. The straps also feature a quick change springbar system allowing you to swap out different straps for every occasion. To make each Halograph II Automatic as unique as you are, Xeric is limiting each colorway to only 999 pieces. Each watch is individually numbered.

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-evergraph-automatic The Evergraph Automatic from Xeric Watches is a time machine that simultaneously lives in the past, present, and future. Inspired by the architectural designs of the city of San Francisco, the Evergraph maintains a timeless design that could be worn in any generation. And with its Miyota automatic movement, the Evergraph comes in at an amazing price point. The spirit of the Evergraph comes from the city of San Francisco. The watch parallels the city itself, contrasting the world of yesteryear while also being in sync with the modern core of technology & design. Xeric wanted to imagine what a Xeric watch might have looked like if it were designed a hundred years ago, yet also maintain an aesthetic that will look just as timeless a hundred years into the future. The Evergraph Automatic features Xeric’s signature time display with hemicycle dials, double-sided hands, and a spirographic second disc. Each watch is individually numbered in a limited edition run of 999 pieces per color. Xeric uses the finest American-made leather from the historic tannery Horween. All Horween leather is processed at their location on the corner of Elston and Ashland in Chicago, Illinois.

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-halograph-chrono Love the Halograph Automatic but prefer chronographs? Introducing the Halograph Chrono Sapphire, powered by a Quartz Japanese Miyota movement. This features the same eye-popping design for this quartz iteration of the Xeric Halograph. The Halograph Chrono looks complicated but is actually quite easy to read. As the halo hands float over the time display arcs, they encircle the numbers to show the time. The inner arcs display the hours, and the outer arcs display the minutes. Xeric watches are designed in California and produced on an artisanal scale, making high-end mechanical features accessible to a broad cross-section of horological enthusiasts. Help ensure you’re wearing the most interesting watch in the room!

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-halograph-chrono Love the Halograph Automatic but prefer chronographs? Introducing the Halograph Chrono Sapphire, powered by a Quartz Japanese Miyota movement. This features the same eye-popping design for this quartz iteration of the Xeric Halograph. The Halograph Chrono looks complicated but is actually quite easy to read. As the halo hands float over the time display arcs, they encircle the numbers to show the time. The inner arcs display the hours, and the outer arcs display the minutes. Xeric watches are designed in California and produced on an artisanal scale, making high-end mechanical features accessible to a broad cross-section of horological enthusiasts. Help ensure you’re wearing the most interesting watch in the room!

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-atlasphere-gmt Xeric set out to design a watch that visually displays elements of our travel through time. Limited to only 500 pieces each, the Atlasphere references 18th-century globemakers who began showcasing celestial maps on glass spheres surrounding the earth. Longitude and latitude lines as well as the minutes are carefully electroplated onto the sapphire glass and together with the layers below, create a unique forced perspective that shifts as your viewing angle changes. A domed planet rises up to the center of the fumee dial, adding to the overall 3D effect. Outer space surrounds the globe and allows the floating minutes to be concealed until the orbiting moon reveals the time, plus luminescent hands increase legibility in the dark. The GMT quartz version of the Atlasphere displays polar retrograde indicators above and below the globe. The north pole tracks a second time zone, while the south pole displays the date. It also features custom engraved artwork on the caseback. Xeric uses the finest American-made Horween leather, complete with a quick release system for fast and easy tool-free strap changes.

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-atlasphere-automatic Xeric set out to design a watch that visually displays elements of our travel through time. Limited to only 999 pieces each, the Atlasphere references 18th-century globemakers who began showcasing celestial maps on glass spheres surrounding the earth. Longitude and latitude lines as well as the minutes are carefully electroplated onto the sapphire glass and together with the layers below, create a unique forced perspective that shifts as your viewing angle changes. A domed planet rises up to the center of the fume dial, adding to the overall 3D effect. Outer space surrounds the globe and allows the floating minutes to be concealed until the orbiting moon reveals the time, plus luminescent hands increase legibility in the dark. The automatic version uses a Miyota self winding mechanical movement, with a 40 hour power reserve, so you never need to change a battery. Xeric upgraded the stock rotor with a customized rotor that’s showcased through the exhibition caseback. Precise center of mass calculations allowed us to modify the rotor without a loss of winding functionality. Xeric uses the finest American-made Horween leather, complete with a quick release system for fast and easy tool-free strap changes.

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/products/timex-marlin-34mm-hand-wind-1960s-reissue The Gentleman’s standard then and now. This reissue of a 1960s timepiece pairs the purity, precision and pleasure of a hand-wound mechanical movement with the timeless sophistication of a sleek design. As Seen in Esquire Magazine, November issue.

Get it here: https://www.watches.com/collections/xeric-atlasphere-automatic Xeric set out to design a watch that visually displays elements of our travel through time. Limited to only 999 pieces each, the Atlasphere references 18th-century globemakers who began showcasing celestial maps on glass spheres surrounding the earth. Longitude and latitude lines as well as the minutes are carefully electroplated onto the sapphire glass and together with the layers below, create a unique forced perspective that shifts as your viewing angle changes. A domed planet rises up to the center of the fume dial, adding to the overall 3D effect. Outer space surrounds the globe and allows the floating minutes to be concealed until the orbiting moon reveals the time, plus luminescent hands increase legibility in the dark. The automatic version uses a Miyota self winding mechanical movement, with a 40 hour power reserve, so you never need to change a battery. Xeric upgraded the stock rotor with a customized rotor that’s showcased through the exhibition caseback. Precise center of mass calculations allowed us to modify the rotor without a loss of winding functionality. Xeric uses the finest American-made Horween leather, complete with a quick release system for fast and easy tool-free strap changes.