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Xezo Air Commando Hands On

Xezo Air Commando Hands On

In the realm of watches, regardless of whether “luxury” or “affordable” there are a small bunch of names that come up over and over in every classification (and across classifications on occasion). Sometimes a new name will surface and give another alternative to watch lovers. Xezo in any case, is certifiably not another name: they have been delivering “sensibly estimated, superior grade, handmade extravagance things in restricted amounts planned with impeccable excellence to communicate the inventive side of your personality” since 2001. Since 2002 Xezo (articulated Zee-zo) has been delivering watches for certain comparative and appreciated characteristics: restricted runs (normally 500 for each piece), Swiss developments and sensible prices.

I went over the subject of this piece, the Xezo Air Commando , when searching for another, moderate games watch. I required something that I could wear in the pool and a gem that would face my klutziness; I was after a Swiss development and a turning jumper style bezel and a sticker price under $700. Following various days perusing deals locales, gatherings and other sale destinations the Xezo at last sprung up on my radar. It had the thing I was pursuing in addition to certain additional items: day and date and an inside bezel for the chance of a subsequent time region. I was sold, as was the watch. I’ve been wearing it for a couple of months at this point and needed to share my impressions of this timepiece.


Model: Air Commando D44 – L Movement: ETA 2836-2 Dial: Black (likewise accessible in Silver) Complications: Day, Date, Diver timing bezel, inward 12 hour bezel Material: 316L Stainless Steel Crystal: Sapphire (front and back) WR: 200M Width: 44mm Height: 12mm Length: 55mm Lugs: 22mm Price (USD): $750 – $845


The instance of the Air Commando unquestionably comes across as an exceptionally manly case. From the blocky crown watchmen to the points on the hauls it depicts a watch that implies business without being over the top. It comes across as a games style watch because of the brushed complete the process of, pivoting bezel and decipherability yet not a blocky piece regardless of the 44mm width and 55mm length of the watch. Albeit the case is on the bigger side, it wears comfortably and doesn’t “feel” as huge. Adding to the points and edges, the case between the hauls is straight instead of bended, which means the wristband models will have a straight end interface. Reseller’s exchange straight-end interface wristbands will fit the case fine, yet dissimilar to the stock arm band there is a little hole between the end connect and the case. Regardless of whether this causes a tasteful issue is up to the wearer.

The case is home to two crowns: the standard crown for time and date settings is situated between watches at 3 and the second crown which works the inner bezel is at 10 o’clock. The two crowns are knurled and simple to get and screw down for water obstruction security. The subsequent crown controls the inward bezel that can be utilized for a double reason: on the surface, with markings for every hour, it can without much of a stretch be utilized as a subsequent time region. Unscrew the crown, change the internal bezel to the time you need and you basically make some nearby memories and home time utilizing the one bunch of hands. At the point when utilized with the turning external bezel the watch could be utilized to time an occasion as long as 12 hours: adjust the interior bezel to the hour hand and the external bezel with the moment hand and you can follow passed time utilizing the two bezels.

The value point for the watch would lead one to expect a sapphire gem and that is the situation with the Air Commando, both front and back are level enemy of intelligent sapphire gems. An ETA 2836-2 development with a Xezo checked rotor can be seen through the screw down showcase back, just as the typical watch data including the quantity of the piece out of 500.

Dial and Hands

The dial of the Air Commando contains a lot of data; it is very a long way from a sterile dial. The hours are totally set apart in an alluring textual style (aside from at 3 o’clock) and moment hash marks are available too. The date sits at the standard spot at 3 o’clock and is under an amplifying cyclops that really works pleasantly. The day is wrapped up a curve directly over 6 and has a dark wheel with white content so it mixes in well and doesn’t stand out in contrast to everything else. The last two pieces of text are “automatic” over the day and “Swiss Made” flanking the 6. In the event that you take a gander at all of the components you understand there are various textual styles utilized on the dial; each piece of text is in an alternate textual style, which can be a piece distracting.

Overall the dial has a ton of data and, without anyone else, isn’t excessively occupied. As things are layered anyway the speed gets: the inward bezel has hour numerals and half-hour stick markers and on top of that the external bezel has numerals like clockwork with hash blemishes on the moment. Assembling the entirety of that makes for a reasonable piece of data and may be excessively occupied for some.

The hands of the watch are tightened from the middle thickening towards the end where they tighten once more into fine focuses which makes them truly decipherable. The seconds hand has a triangle tip with similar pointed completion as the hour and moment hands. The dial has lume on the numeric hour markers just as the spots for every hour alongside the hands. In general the lume might be one of the more vulnerable pieces of the watch’s development. The components are radiant anyway not close to as solid as different watches in a similar classification or cost range.

Straps and Wearability

The Air Commando D44 – L comes on complimentary dark cowhide lash with white sewing. The lash is water safe calfskin and is 4mm thick with a tempered steel clasp. The lash isn’t at all solid and feels truly comfortable on the wrist. It is an all around caused tie and it fits the look and to feel of the watch pleasantly. On the other hand the Air Commando D44 comes on a 316L brushed treated steel wristband with an overlap over catch; the connections of the arm band are eliminated through screws as opposed to pins. Regardless of whether on the tie, a secondary selling arm band or a NATO the Air Commando is a delight to have on the wrist. It isn’t excessively substantial and sits very comfortably.


The Xezo Air Commando gives various valuable capacities into an all around planned and appealing watch. The Swiss, ETA 2836-2 development gives dependability to coordinate any utilization, regardless of whether plunging, voyaging, being dynamic or just work area jumping. The dial can be somewhat on the bustling side, yet with the extra capacities pressed into it, that can be neglected. The Air Commando is a vigorous watch with a strong plan and a moderate cost. Watch for deals by means of the Xezo site and deals destinations like Overstock and Amazon .

by James Enloe