Wooden Watches

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Take the time to remember to appreciate nature's gifts with a high-tech timber timepiece whose makers take a sophisticated approach to sustainability. Through a partnership with American Forests, WeWood ensures that with every watch purchased a tree will be planted in its stead, completing a careful circle of reforestation. As alive as the wrist that carries it, these whittled watches juxtapose elements milled and manufactured, for a dynamic union of earth-made materials and manmade technology.

The black watch is made from blackwood, a hardwood native to Tasmania's forests that is the ideally suited to delicate carving and craftwork. Blackwood's durable seed remains viable for decades, making this dusty wood a quick grower, ensuring sustainability. The ruddy, natural watch is made from remnants of red wing celtis wood salvaged from flooring. Hypo-allergenic materials that are completely free of toxic chemicals and sealants. Made in Los Angeles, California. Features two Miyota movements.
Erin Fergusson, UncommonGoods Buyer
Band: 8 1/4" L adjustable for most wrists
Face (including wood frame / bezel): 1.625" L x 2" W x .5 H

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Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

February 20, 2013 12:47:57 PM

We're wrapping up our introduction to a series of uncommon watches with these wooden wonders, but we're certainly not winding down! Check out the product story to learn more about these hypo-allergenic, sustainably-made timepieces, then let us know which watch you love most.

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February 20, 2013 01:55:07 PM

Very clunky and awkward.

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February 20, 2013 07:59:56 PM

Love it. Nice design and environmentally responsible.

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February 21, 2013 02:37:01 PM

Great idea. Sustainable source. And best of all, made in the USA!

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February 21, 2013 08:38:21 PM


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February 22, 2013 07:29:07 AM

Sustainable nice.

thanks for commenting