BEWELL Men's Wooden Watches Chronograph Analogue Quartz Watch with Wood Bracelet Date Calendar Stop Watch Round Timepiece (Red)

BEWELL Men's Wooden Watches Chronograph Analogue Quartz Watch with Wood Bracelet Date Calendar Stop Watch Round Timepiece (Red)
BEWELL Men's Wooden Watches Chronograph Analogue Quartz Watch with Wood Bracelet Date Calendar Stop Watch Round Timepiece (Red)
BEWELL Men's Wooden Watches Chronograph Analogue Quartz Watch with Wood Bracelet Date Calendar Stop Watch Round Timepiece (Red)

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Most of BEWELL watch is made of wood, including Maple, Bamboo, Zebrawood, Sandalwood, Walnut, Olive Wood etc.
All our wooden watches are made by hand. Every wood piece is hand sanded and polished to a smooth, durable finish.
These original grain wooden watch is good looking and personalised with unique special texture.
All the wood watch are fashion luxury decoration watch with high appreciation and collection value.

Maple wood: Maple is an important material of wood watch, which has many outstanding characteristics such as color harmony, natural and tender luster, firm and durable.

Bamboo: Bamboo, like true wood, is a natural composite material with a high strength-to-weight ratio useful for structures.
Bamboo has a higher specific compressive strength, a specific tensile strength, high hardness and flexibility.

Zebrawood: Zebrawood with regular or irregular marks of dark brown in varying widths.
It is a heavy, high hardness and hard wood with a somewhat coarse texture, often with an interlocked or wavy grain.

Sandalwood: Sandalwood is a class of woods from trees in the genus Santalum, they retain their fragrance for decades.

Walnut: Black walnut is highly prized for its dark-colored, straight grained, true heartwood.
It is heavy, strong, shock resistant and yet can be easily split and worked.
The wood can be kiln dried and holds its shape well after seasoning, which makes this wood even more attractive for wood working.

Olive Wood: Olive wood is very hard and is prized for its durability, colour, high combustion temperature, and interesting grain patterns.
The yellow or light greenish-brown wood is often finely veined with a darker tint; being very hard and close-grained, it is valued by woodworkers.



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