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Guide to Buying a Wood Watch
Published by: Martin MacArthur (16) on Tue, Jul 15, 2014  |  Word Count: 555  |  Comments ( 0)  l  Rating
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The biggest trend in watches is the wood watch. There are several companies that now offer wood watches online and in retail stores. Many of them look cool, but buyer beware! There are lots of imitators that do not sell a reliable time piece worth the investment. Here’s what you need to keep in mind when buying a wooden watch.

Wood Watches

  1. Be sure the watch is made from solid, sustainable wood. The links on a wood watch should be carved from solid woods like Koa, Mahogany, Rosewood, or Sandalwood. Beware of steel watches that merely have a veneer of wood glued on top. Don’t settle for metal when you can have a solid wood watch.

  2. The watch movement should be premium quality. The best movements used in wood watches are made by a reputable watch company like Miyota or Citizen. If the retailer cannot verify which company made the movement for its wood watch, steer clear. You don’t want a watch that is not going to keep good time.

  3. A wood watch must be stylish. Some companies create wood watches that look are clunky and bulky. These cheap wood watches look like something Fred Flintstone would wear. Buy a wood watch from a reputable company that features a wide variety of wood watches for men and women in all different styles. Martin & MacArthur and Tense are examples of two such companies with stellar reputations.

  4. Your watch must have a clear warranty. If you buy a wood watch with no warranty, you have no place to turn if it needs servicing.

  5. The best wood watches are comfortable to wear. The links are carved and sanded smooth. There is minimal space between the links. The color of the wood matches perfectly.

  6. The best wood watches are fully adjustable to fit your wrist. Some companies say that their wood watches are made to be worn loose, and should not be adjusted to your wrist size. Baloney! That means the watch is cheaply made and cannot be adjusted. Choose a wood watch from a reputable company that is fully adjustable to fit any size wrist.

One of the finest companies to feature their own wood watches is Martin & MacArthur. www.martionandmacarthur.com Martin & MacArthur is the longest-standing company in Hawaii known for its fine Koa furniture and Wood personal accessories. This company stands by their wood watches and offers over 50 different styles, including their newest self-winding, automatic wood watch made from Hawaii Koa wood.

Be smart in choosing your wood watch and enjoy the time!

Author Bio:
By Michael Tam, an avid wood watch collector.Michael has over 25 different wood watches, but his most prized wood watches are the Martin & MacArthur Moon Phase and Automatic, Self-Winding wood watches.www.martinandmacarthur.com
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