8 OF THE BEST WOODEN WATCHES FOR MEN

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“Wooden Watches” Making a watch out of wood is a strange idea. Okay, it is odd—barking, if you don’t mind the bad joke. Not many high-end Swiss watchmakers are learning to work with wood to make the next big thing in watches. But there’s a chance that the wooden clock has been lost.

 In any case, there are a lot of new names out there now that have excellent designs. Is it that strange? Whether Swiss or not, many watch cases are made from natural materials. For example, Hublot’s galvanizing carbon case was a trend at Baselworld last year. Gold and silver, which seem like they belong in another world, are dug out of the ground. Men’s items made of wood can also look good.

Tateossian is one of the most famous brands that makes wooden beads. We must also be honest: Watches are more complicated than other items that guys wear. Wooden watches aren’t that strange, and Sam Watts, CEO of the Wooden Watch Company, says that they’re not like other watches can be a good thing.

 “The biggest difference between metal and wooden watches is that wooden watches are mostly natural. They’ll age and weather over time, giving them character and uniqueness.” Like how a bronze watch or leather wallet gets worn down over time. Watts also says that many wooden watches have parts made by hand, giving each one a unique look. It might be better made than the things in Le Locle, but it’s still well-made and typically costs much less. We made a list of the best wooden watches you can buy now to see your thoughts.

 WOODEN WATCHES

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1. ASSCENT WATCH FOR WEWOOD UNISEX

ASSCENT WATCH FOR WEWOOD UNISEX

At first glance, it’s easy to mistake Wewood’s Assunt watch for any other carbon or steel watch. But looking more closely, you can see that this wooden ticker is made from only natural wood. The fine lines that run through it show this.

2. MAM ORIGINALS STAINLESS DARK WATCH

MAM ORIGINALS STAINLESS DARK WATCH

Mam is a strange case. It makes wooden watches from responsibly found materials, but the eyes don’t look like regular ones. Plus, when you buy something with FSC approval, you know that it helps support social and economic projects in the countries where it comes from. Do good things and look good.

3. WOODEN WATCH FOR ECLIPSE

WOODEN WATCH FOR ECLIPSE

You can get the best of both worlds with a wooden and Swiss watch. It looks like a standard sports watch because it has a light wood dial and a classic silicone strap, but it doesn’t have a clock or the marketing push driven by testosterone.

4. MINIMALIST ORIGINAL GRAIN COLOR: EBONY MATTE

MINIMALIST ORIGINAL GRAIN COLOR: EBONY MATTE

When you move, jumping in with both feet can be scary. Instead, try something new with Original Grain. This watch is sleek and straightforward, and the face is made of wood.

5. A STAINLESS STEEL AND WOOD WATCH IN A TREE HUT 

A STAINLESS STEEL AND WOOD WATCH IN A TREE HUT 

Hybrid watches come in more than just two metals. Attempts in the past to “traditionalize” wooden watches have failed, but Tree Hut’s stainless steel band and case work well with the real ebony wood inlays.

6. 45 MM CORE MAPLEWOOD

5 MM CORE MAPLEWOOD

Core’s Maplewood is like the Greenpeace movement if G-Shock changed people’s ideas about plastic toys. This light wooden watch has clean lines and is suitable for the earth because it has no metal case.

7. WOODEN WATCH FOR AMEXI MEN

WOODEN WATCH FOR AMEXI MEN

Amex doesn’t try to look like the classics; instead, it goes for the wooden look. In line with the trend, it uses various types of wood to create a stylish and valuable watch. It has a date window at 3 o’clock and is very light.

8. SERIES BY JORD DOVER

SERIES BY JORD DOVER

Pure does not always mean simple. The Dover watch by Jord has a skeleton face and all the technical features of other blue chip watches. It winds itself and moves automatically. But it’s made of a strange material and doesn’t cost much.

Muhammad Shoaib
Muhammad Shoaibhttps://fashionnovaaza.com/
Muhammad Shoaib is a seasoned fashion expert with a particular interest in streetwear, accessories, and luxury leather goods. He splits his time between NYC, Paris, and Pakistan, constantly on the hunt for today’s latest trends

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