TimeKepper is the next generation of woodwatches, ECO frendly, made of wood, Sandalwood and Bamboo.
Did you know that Sandalwood have been use in food, medical, perfume, etc, so why not as a watch?
Traditional sandal wood watch that will give you many years of satisfaction….
A classic men watch, brown sandal wood, that will give your the right feeling! A real ECO watch, handmade of finest Sandal wood.
Nice colors that will make your wood watch shine even more, red leader bractless that will match the trim ring on the watch. I watch that you can wear daytime as well at when partying.
Did you know this about the wood we use for our watches?
Sandalwoods are medium-sized hemiparasitic trees, and part of the same botanical family as European mistletoe. Notable members of this group are Indian sandalwood (Santalum album) and Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum); others in the genus also have fragrant wood. These are found in India, Nepal, Bangladesh,Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia, Indonesia, Hawaii, and other Pacific Islands.
Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on Earth, with reported growth rates of 250 cm (98 in) in 24 hours. However, the growth rate is dependent on local soil and climatic conditions, as well as species, and a more typical growth rate for many commonly cultivated bamboos in temperate climates is in the range of 3–10 centimeters (1.2–3.9 in) per day during the growing period. Some of the largest timber bamboo can grow over 30 m (98 ft) tall, and be as large as 15–20 cm (5.9–7.9 in) in diameter. However, the size range for mature bamboo is species dependent, with the smallest bamboos reaching only several inches high at maturity. A typical height range that would cover many of the common bamboos grown in the United States is 4.6–12 meters (15–39 ft), depending on species. Anji County of China, known as the "Town of Bamboo", provides the optimal climate and soil conditions to grow, harvest, and process some of the most valued bamboo poles available worldwide.