One reason that comes to mind is the current models are selling well. Another is that they are a small company so churning out new models may make less business sense than staying with well designed ones for a while. You might want to email the question to them.
I'll second that. Colgex, shoot them an email. I'd be curious as to the answer.
For me the only interesting model they have out right now is the Tyndall, but I think the Xetum design DNA has potential to birth some very attractive timepieces.
I'm not sure, as I am new to their brand. I'm not a huge fan, but I like my Tyndall as one of many different looks in my collection. It is one of the few I own that are Swiss (in the legal definition of the word), in addition to Tissot, Tag Heuer and Glycine.
They have only one case, but there are three different dial configurations, each with three different versions, as well as a couple special editions of the Tyndall the last couple years. Sure, that is not prolific, but if they have something good, no sense diluting it just for the sake of adding something different.
My take on it is that Xetum is into marketing and selling watches, and if they are a one-trick pony, so be it.
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