We try to choose those trees that have the best properties for use in everyday life, so that our watches could be worn without worry. Wood is a unique hypo-allergenic material. Often we see that our customers have allergies to various kinds of metal and for that reason can not wear a metal watch. Our watches are mostly made of wood, with the wrist affects only a small portion of the metal buckle. Many customers have the choice of material to watch wonder, but we know that wood is one of the best materials and often outperforms conventional ones. Let yourself be convinced!

Oak

(Latin: Quercus robur L.)

For European oak forests is an important deciduous trees. Oak wood has a gray-brown to yellowish-brown core that distinguishes the rest of the wood mass (ie. The splint). Dub is a robust and well-known for its durability. It is resistant to weather and environmental influences. Also underwater and underground oak is extremely durable. It belongs to the moderate woods, it is firm and slightly deformed. Also contains tannins, which cause that the metals (such as a nail or a metal drum hoop) therein and a cutting timber may discolor. In the external environment, it is possible to use oak wood without any treatment. Oak wood processed very happy. Additionally, coat with olive oil makes a nice color more intense and really wonderful.

Beech

(Latin: Fagus sylvatica L.)

Beech is one of the most deciduous trees in Europe and has a large share of the population of forests. A characteristic beech wood is a pale-yellow to pinkish-brown color that exposure to light little darker. Beech boasts high strength, which we in the production of watches very much. Wood is highly malleable, elastic, while nicely taut and tough. Beech is the only trees that treat the olive oil. The wood rather let the natural light color.

Plum

(Lat: Prunus domestica)

Plum wood is grown specifically to produce timber, but rather a byproduct of fruit. It is believed that plum comes from the Caspian Sea region. The structure of plum wood is shaped by subtle stripes or flames and can be up to dark purple and beautifully alive. A special feature is its plum sometimes even very intense red-violet color, which arises as a reaction to a chemical substance that produces plum to protect themselves against pests. Plum wood is hard, strong and holds very little water. Its form is not particularly stable, but due to the fact that we use a relatively small pieces, so we do not care. Processing plum wood is smooth and prune use thanks to the large customer popularity often. At Plum is interesting especially the moment when she machined brush with olive oil: wood suddenly become lively and beautifully shows its structure. Prune you will love!

Wenge

(Lat: Millettia laurentii)


In recent years, this wood very known mainly due to the strikingly dark color, contrast-rich structure and also thanks to good technical qualities. And this despite the fact that African Wenge are among the most expensive trees. Heavy wood with mostly high-strength, which is both the dry and wet state well and without problems purely workable. Wenge has good durability. Color and texture make Wenge one of the most popular types of wood, and so we started with it too. We do namely us and our customers.

Bog oak

(Latin: Quercus spp)

Mud oak is a special kind of wood, but rather an oak trunks, which for centuries or millennia lie in swamps and marshes, and appeared to drying up of these sites or mining, mainly in Central Europe. Tannins in oak wood react with the iron salt in water and the wood thereby becomes hard and markedly colored. Coloration may be irregular and different. From light gray to dark yellow, dark brown, blue-gray to deep black. Found strains have length and 20 m and a diameter of 1.3 m. The age of these subfossil mud oaks lies between 600 and 8,500 years. Mud oak, which we process in our workshop to their age about 8,000 years, is among the oldest pieces. This wood is one of our favorites. Allow to well hack and just totally chic and sexy !.

Olive

(Latin: Olea europaea)

With its features include olive wood of the best species of wood at all. The olive wood stored lignins and tannins is antibacterial and is olive wood very hard, harder than oak and beech. Wood has a warm color tones and interesting, marbled structure. The olive tree naturally contains a high proportion of oils that have been doing so wonderfully waterproof hardwood. Its high density belongs to its attractive properties. With a respectable weight of 820-920 kilograms per cubic meter of wood beats the Mediterranean almost every home. Only rosewood and rare hardwoods from Africa or South America are even harder. It's just great qualities. And not only that. Olive wood with its marble structure looks simply brilliant.

Walnut

(Lat: Juglans)

Walnut belongs to the family walnuts and grows throughout Europe for warm places. Walnut originally came from Persia, Greece and the near-east Asia. Wood, walnut which gives, in Europe is quite rare and therefore valuable. Walnut in Europe is a classic tree represented in the woods, but rather in parks and gardens. Walnut has irregular light to dark brown color. Quality of workmanship is exquisite walnut. Allow to handle simply because of its valuable wood is hard, tough and slightly elastic. Decorative walnut structure is highly valued. Overall, this is a difficult form of stable wood that is durable and wear resistant. Walnut after a massage olive oil is simply magnificent. All are generally very appealing. We of course.

Another rare tree species

If you are in your neighborhood some special timbers whatever the origins, history and characteristics, do not hesitate to contact us. If the blank (for example wood to wood, part furniture, part musical instruments, etc.) meet the required parameters that may result from such unique materials also created a unique timepiece. Your unique watch.