Wood is a 100% natural material - that's why two wooden watches from the same collection always differ slightly in the texture and color of the wood, even though they are made from the same raw material. We can proudly say that each watch is unique and irreplaceable.
2. watches made of natural wood are more sustainable
All of our wooden watches are made from 100% natural wood that comes from forests that meet the highest environmental and social standards certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). In addition, our packaging is made of natural and recyclable materials such as paper and cardboard. In this way, we ensure that our impact on the environment is as low as possible and the use of plastics or chemicals is kept to a minimum.
3. with a watch made of wood on your wrist, you are different from the rest
Watches made of wood are not yet very common. Along with the texture, colors and details, it is a rare and eye-catching, but very stylish piece on the wrist.
4. watches made of wood are very light
One of the points that always strikes our customers is the lightness of these watches. Wooden watches are so comfortable that you hardly notice whether you are wearing them or not. Since the watch is made of natural material, it does not cause itching or allergies. To give you specific weight information: Our lightest watch is the Altenberg model, which weighs only 19 grams! In contrast to this light watch, our Stollberg collection made of a combination of olive wood and steel weighs 90 grams, which is still quite a moderate weight for a wristwatch.
5. for every wooden watch sold we plant a tree
At the beginning of 2021, we decided to cooperate with the organization "Trees for the Future " and plant a tree for every wooden watch sold. The crucial point for this cooperation for us is that they not only plant trees on deforested land in Africa, but also help to create gardens in the most disadvantaged areas. In addition, local farmers are trained to produce resources themselves, thereby combating poverty and hunger in needy countries such as Kenya, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda.