Watch will be custom-made. You can order this limited edition Woed watch through our site until Nov. 30. After that, production starts and ordering is no longer possible!
We aim to deliver the watches before Christmas!
Beautiful all-wood watch made of sandalwood. Watch has a thickness of 11.6 mm and width of 44mm. The watch belongs among the Woed Premium watches. That means this is a very luxurious watch and handmade. Also, the band is reinforced with steel. Watch mechanism is a multi-function movement, meaning all hands work! Weight of the watch is 104 grams.
For all our watches, you can wear the watches in a normal rain shower, also called splash proof (3ATM), without any problems. We strongly advise against showering, swimming or taking a nice sauna with the watch. In particular, the material and the movement are not made for that.
The weight of the watch and shortening
Our premium watch feels solid and weighs only 104 grams. The watch has a diameter of 44 mm, which makes it suitable for both men and women. With every watch you buy at Woed, you will receive a set of tools to ensure that you can shorten the watch yourself. You can find all the information about this on our explanation page or manual that is included. The watch will be shipped within 1 business day.
A very durable purchase
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