- WEWOOD is a new Italian brand (2010) committed to the health of our planet. The innovative watches are lightweight and made 100% high-quality wood.
- One Size Fits all!
- Completely free of toxic chemicals
- Japanese Miyota movement
Richly-hued Indian Rosewood gives the WeWOOD Date watch its deep chocolate colour. Call it umber, burnished, sepia or coffee but don’t forget to call it yours because this watch in chocolate brown is as individual as you are. Constructed from 100% natural Indian Rosewood, the WeWOOD wrist watch offers wearers a luxury time piece in a natural and eco-sustainable design.
The WeWOOD selection of eco-luxury watches delivers finely-crafted, Italian designed time pieces in natural, sustainable woods. These eco-minded wood watches are entirely free of toxic chemicals and WeWOOD’s progressive commitment to our environment and sustainability is a vital part of how and why we do business. In partnership with American Forests, WeWOOD plants one tree for every eco watch sold.
Our WeWOOD Date Chocolate watch is constructed from richly hued Indian Rosewood. This Rosewood is a sustainable timber often used to make chess pieces, guitars and even billiard cues making this luxury watch a fitting gift watch for the chess enthusiast, pool player or musician in your life. Likewise, with its colour reminiscent of chocolate and coffee, this would make a fitting gift for a chef or foodie. Or perhaps with its striking chocolate colour, the WeWOOD Date watch is a great Valentine’s gift for the man in your life.
Often streaked with hues of purple and red, each watch has its own individual charater, just like you. This is a watch for the you renegades, artists, philosophers, dreamers, and pioneers. Our comfortable, lightweight, designer wood watch offers hypo-allergenic materials(for you sensitive guys), precision Miyota movement and adjusts in minutes to give you a precise, custom fit.
Evolving over centuries, our relationship with time pieces continues to change as we change. The pocket watch of the 17th century remained the preferred men’s time piece up until WWI when the wrist watch left men’s hands free to war. The sixties unveiled the quartz watch and the era of the watch as a fashion accessory gained momentum. Luxury brands like Rolex began using luxury materials in short supply like platinum and diamonds to increase the value and price tag of their time pieces. The modern age gives us eco-luxury and our relentless striving for consumer goods that are made with deliberate attention to both design and the environment.
Look over the complete range of eco fashion WeWOOD watches Australia to find the design that feels most like you.
WeWOOD, one watch, one tree – one planet.