"King of Koa; symbol of strength and power"
Citizen Movement - 1 year warranty
KOA is a rare wood found only in the Hawaii Islands, where it is considered sacred.
Folding Clasp for convenience to take on and off, with pressing buckle.
The wood is highly coveted for its beautiful curly grain with a cat’s eye like effect to it. GREAT GIFT IDEA and perfectly packaged.
ECO-FRIENDLY AND HYPO-ALLERGENIC - 100% natural wood without chemicals and paint, making them hypo-allergenic and suitable for people with sensitive skin.
This sustainably harvested, 100% natural Koa Wood Watch is sweat and splash resistant. Hawaiian petroglyphs line the watch face, symbolizing protection, strength, and safe journeying. Light-weight wood is combined with a logo-stamped stainless steel push-button deployment clasp. Watch glass is made of scratch-resistant, non-glare Crystal Sapphire. Date and day is displayed on dial. Wood is artificial & toxin free, hypoallergenic, and sustainably sourced. Box and cushion watch holder are included. Watch comes with One Year Manufacturer Warranty. Watch uses Citizen Movement.
- Koa Wood: Koa Wood is a revered and sacred wood native to the Hawaiian Islands. It is considered the most beautiful of hardwoods. Held in light, the warmth of the wood shines with streaks of flaxen grain. In Hawaiian, Koa means brave, bold & fearless warrior, and is symbolic of courage and strength. Koa trees are protected, and our wood is harvested by licensed entities.
- Honu (Hawaiian for Sea Turtle): This mesmerizing sea creature can be found swimming throughout Hawaiian waters, and is representative of Wisdom, Endurance, and Longevity.
- Shark Tooth:Sharks can also be found surrounding the islands of the Hawaiian Chain. These often-times misunderstood creatures are extremely important for ocean ecosystems. The Shark Tooth symbolizes Protection, Confidence in oneself and one’s abilities, and Self-Trust. Never lose confidence in yourself, with this reminder on your wrist.
- Makau (Hawaiian for Fish Hook): Fish hooks were essential in ancient Hawaiian culture, as sea creatures were a large part of the ancient Hawaiian diet. The maker symbolizes prosperity, luck, and “everything good”.
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