Sailor - Red Sandalwood
235.00 295.00

"An adventurer to unknown. An explorer for wonders and mystery of life and nature"

Citizen Movement - 1 year warranty

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.

CUSTOMIZE Bean & Vanilla Watches now offers engraving services for all our wood watches to make your purchase a one of a kind. Our engraving option can be purchased by simply adding to your cart and including what personal message you would like to add.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

This eco-friendly, 100% natural Red Sandalwood 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.

PETROGLYPH MEANING

  • Honu (Hawaiian word 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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