WeWOOD Wooden Wrist Watches

What kind of watch is the most eco-friendly? It’s not easy to define. But apparently wooden watch face is more eco-friendly than stainless steel face such as the WeWOOD watches.

WeWOOD Wooden Wrist Watches

Just as we see from the images, whatever the watch face or the band, each piece of WeWOOD wrist watches is made of 100% wood, and the brand logo and some details are engraved on the watch face. WeWOOD watch features hypo-allergenic, completely free of toxic chemicals. Apart from that, each watch comes with a Japanese Miyota movement.

WeWOOD Wooden Wrist Watches

Each piece of WeWOOD wooden watch is priced at $119 USD. If you prefer eco-friendly gadgets, you might like to jump to WeWOOD for more details. By the way, we’re not sure whether the watch is able to float on the water.

Additionally, don’t ever miss other nice watches such as the Rush Hour watch and the Gunship watch collection.

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  • Christina

    I know this is an old post, but what can I say…Internet posts are eternal. Wow, I was considering buying this watch until I read the comment above. Then I googled around and indeed, I found Chinese replicas (or should I say originals). And the Ebony factor is what really pushed me over the edge. So glad I read that before purchasing.

  • Poulsen

    There are several wood watch companies on the market and these guys are the worst of them. I’m a big watch fan and noticed wood watches many years ago yet these guys claim to be original and designed out of italy, yet I spend time in china and have seen these exact watch models sold out of Chineese factories and catalogs where they will just slap your logo on the floor design the Chineese workers came up with. They are also using Ebony which is an endangered species and is ilegally poached! yet they have a whole marketing ploy that says they are all about replanting and saving the planet! Barf! quick money scheme company here!

    • Christina

      TY for sharing!