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Product Specifications
Dimensions
W: 1.75”/45 mm H: 1.5”/38 mm L: 9.5”/24 cm
Weight
2.5 oz
Movement
Battery powered Quartz Miyota
Warranty
12 months
The Garwood Wood Watches

The Garwood Wood Watches

Designed with a contrasting black copper face or colored faces, the Garwood Wood Watches are handcrafted out of 100% natural wood. The idea was to create a watch that would draw the modern crowd towards it. Born on an early Sunday morning at a random casino in Las Vegas, The Garwood came into this world a sophisticated, well-dressed, gambler with a propensity for bourbon. All watches from The Garwood are handcrafted down to the last detail. This process makes every single watch unique and special.  For The Garwood “35 Black”, “Angeleno” and “Great Dane” they use a light American Maple wood, sourced from New York. The Maple is a fast growing tree and a symbol of strength and endurance – much like The Garwood himself. For The Garwood “Kuta”, “Domino” and “Sumo” they use a dark Indonesian Sandalwood sourced from South East Asia. Sandalwood is considered a sacred material in many cultures, and in the early 1900’s it was even used as medicine. For precision and durability a battery powered, Japanese Quartz Miyota 2035 movement, is used for in all The Garwood watches. The same movement is used for Citizen watches.

The Garwood Wood Watches
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Discovered on Dec 8, 2015, 4:01 pm EST
Discovered by Michael Cheng
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