This bold wristwatch displays the hour on one of three spinning wheels that aligns with an outer minute dial. It has a stainless steel case, aluminum spinners, and bright SuperLuminova glow markings. Wandering hour watches typically cost thousands of dollars, but Xeric delivers yet again on its promise of accessible prices.
Watchmaker Xeric has created limited editions of its Halograph wristwatch with designs inspired by vintage race car instrument panels. Both the Halograph III Automatic and Chrono feature Xeric’s easy-to-read split display, bright SuperLumiNova markers for nighttime reading, a stainless steel case, and premium leather straps.
Xeric’s unique wristwatch features a custom wandering hour movement that displays the time on rotating sub-dials. The hour appears in the bottom window, while the minutes are on the outer wheel. It has a smoked glass crystal, a visible movement on the back, and SuperLuminova markings. Limited to 75 pieces per color.
Xeric’s follow-up to their Soloscope SQ watch has numerous upgrades. Its hour and minute indicators are easier to read, while the left side serves as an AM/PM indicator and secondary hour display. SuperLuminova markers glow brilliantly in the dark. Available in 10 color combos, each with a Horween leather strap.
Xeric’s bold and distinctive wristwatch features a reverse cutout face that displays hours and minutes using high-contrast markers that show through from underneath. With a combination of tritium gas tubes and Superluminova, the dial really comes to life in the dark.
Xeric’s limited edition watch is inspired by analog automotive gauges. It features twin time zone displays that can be viewed from its side while your hand is on the wheel, and a half-moon Soloscope display. It’s powered by a premium Miyota 9130 automatic movement, and its power reserve is modeled after a car’s fuel gauge.