WeWOOD Timepieces

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About WeWOOD Timepieces

WeWOOD has a nice ring to it and all, but the name actually refers to the fact that the company — which designed its first watch in 2010 in Florence, Italy — embraces a material that’s not often seen in timepieces: wood. Specifically, wood that’s mostly scrap, making the brand’s wares remarkably environmentally friendly. But under the hood, things are a little more teched-out than the exterior might suggest, with each watch being powered by a state-of-the-art Miyota movement. Oh, and did we mention that for each watch sold, WeWOOD plants a tree to help restore Mother Nature? Style and environmental philanthropy in one easy package. Not bad, if we don’t say so ourselves.

Past Sales Featuring WeWOOD Timepieces

Sale Ended November 12, 2012

Watches Under $100

Sure, your cell phone has a clock on it. But do you really want to be the guy who pulls out a Blackberry when someone asks him for the time? Didn’t think so. Get your watch game in order with this massive selection—both digital and analog—of sporty divers, casual models, and more — all priced at $100 or less.

Sale Ended December 13, 2012

WeWOOD Watches

We could state the obvious and talk about how these watches are made of repurposed scrap wood (surprise!), but the more remarkable aspect of this brand is their philanthropy. For every watch sold, they plant a tree to help restore a little bit of nature. Now every time you look at your wrist you can appreciate the fact that you’ve also made the world a better place to live. Innovative design <span>AND</span> environmental philanthropy? Yes, please.

Sale Ended December 17, 2012

For Him

From sweaters to watches to shave kits to stylish bags, these gifts will ensure that the stylish guy on your list is well taken care of.

Sale Ended March 03, 2014

WeWood Watches

We could state the obvious and talk about how these watches are made of repurposed scrap wood (surprise!), but the more remarkable aspect of this brand is their philanthropy. For every watch sold, they plant a tree to help restore a little bit of nature. Now every time you look at your wrist you can appreciate the fact that you’ve also made the world a better place to live. Innovative design as well as environmental philanthropy? Yes, please.