WeWood Date Army Wooden Watch
Looking for a beautiful timepiece that doesn't leave a giant carbon footprint? Look no further than WeWood's Date Army Watch. Native to South America, the Guaiaco, or Army tree has been treasured for thousands of years by the Indigenous South Americans for its medicinal properties. It is still used today as an effective pain medication, particularly for those suffering for arthritis. The wood offers a beauty that's both rustic and sophisticated. Depending on the age of the tree and the season in which it is harvested, the wood can either be light or dark. This trait makes for a watch that is unique in every way; no two watches are ever exactly alike, which means the wearer creates a fashion statement that is uniquely their own. The watch also features a face protected by hardened, scratch-proof mineral glass and precision Miyota movement. This 100% natural wood is hypo-allergenic and contains absolutely no toxic chemicals. What's more, this eco-friendly watch sources its army wood from sustainable farms in South America. In fact, for every watch purchased, WeWood plants a tree. To date, over 400,000 trees have been planted and thousands of acres of forest have been restored across the United States and throughout the world, thanks to WeWood and its ongoing partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, as well as various local and international organizations. Their efforts have restored ecosystems and wildlife habitat, and has had an especially positive impact on a wide variety of endangered species.