Natural and unique

They are amazingly unique and beautiful. None of them are identical. Wooden watches come in all styles. The watches from WoodMe are danish designed watches created with a Scandinavian look and beautiful materials from all over the world.

For our watches we choose from a wide variety of wood, such as bamboo, sandalwood, ceylon, walnut, zebrawood and koa. These sorts vary in many colours – from the lightest to being almost black. The one thing they have in common is that they are all natural and unique.

WoodMe watches are made exclusively from wood not on CITES list of endangered species. CITES is the abbreviation of Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

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Caring for your watch

The nemesis of the wooden watch is sudden and large changes in temperature and moisture. If you leave your wooden watch in a hot, black car during a summer’s day or a cold winter’s night, there is a risk that the wood will crack open and the watch become damaged. In these conditions the wood can expand or shrink and thereby do harm do the glass or clockwork.

The best thing you can do for your wooden watch is to use it regularly. Let it live as a part of you. The natural moisture and fats from your body create a good balance for your watch to absorb. If you do not use your watch for a long period of time, save it in the supplied wooden box.

The wooden watch is polished and protected from light water spray and dirt. If you want to care and maintain your wooden watch, we recommend tung oil or lemon oil applied with a soft cotton cloth.

The environmentally conscious consumer is who the wooden watches are made for.

Beauty and idiosyncrasy is not the only feature of the watch. For our WoodMe watches we only use carefully chosen materials. Much of the wood being used is discarded wood or waste from the tree- and furniture industry. Only very small pieces of wood are used in the manufaction of a wooden watch. This means that the waste ratio is very small. A finished wooden watch typically weighs between 50-100 grams.

The Carbon footprint in the production of wooden watches is significantly small. This is in some part because of the high exploitation rate of the wood and the fact that wood as a material has a zero Carbon footprint.