Wood Watch displays time in simple yet different way

Grovemade Wood Watch

Wristwatches are one of the most liked accessories that show our overall personality and flair. For this very reason there have been quite a number of ways in which one can opt to see time since centuries now. From the exquisite mechanical watches to the ones that are uber futuristic. But nothing can be compared to a watch made from natural components like wood. Grovemade, a Portland-based company collaborated with designer Stefan Andren to craft a watch that looks very sober and shows time in its unique way. Wood Watch is made from premium America hardwood and shows time through small little holes that are engraved into the watch face.

The Wood watch made from Oregon Claro Walnut and Eastern Hardrock Maple has 12 circular windows. For the watch to be precise, Japanese movement does the trick and shows time in a never before seen manner.

The vegetable tanned leather strap and the stainless steel dial is made with maximum attention to detail thereby giving Wood Watch a very classy look and feel. All-in-all this timepiece is one to own if you give importance to classy looking accessories which manage to incorporate some kind of unique way of functioning.

Grovemade Wood Watch is available for pre-order and will be shipped in late 2014 or early 2015. You can opt for the Walnut finish watch or the Maple one in the choice of either black leather or tanned leather. To get your Wood Watch for US$240 head straight over to the product page as the price is expected to rise later when it is commercially available.

Grovemade Wood Watch

 

Grovemade Wood Watch

Grovemade Wood Watch

 

Grovemade Wood Watch

Grovemade Wood Watch

Grovemade Wood Watch

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