Wood watches have been increasingly popular in recent years. More and more companies are starting watch businesses that focus on sustainable and natural materials, allowing customers to have stylish timepieces with a less negative impact on the environment.

Aside from being environment-friendly timepieces, one of the most attractive things about wood watches is their hypoallergenic material, which is excellent for those who are allergic to stainless steel. Another advantage is that temperature changes will not affect the watch, as materials like wood and bamboo are not affected by temperature changes.

Below, we’ll talk about some of the best wood watch brands on the market today. We’ll introduce the companies and talk about their materials, as well as discuss their advocacies and partner organizations.

Best Wood Watches

Original Grain

Original Grain Brown Dial Wood Watch

Original Grain creates watches and accessories that highlight wood and steel.These are some of the more expensive watches on the list (ranging from around $189 like the minimalist Cognac Gold to the 1923 Yankees championship chronograph fort $2,999), so if you’re looking for a high-quality timepiece to invest in, this could be the brand for you.

The brand also produces watches featuring US baseball teams. You will find watches devoted to teams like Giants, Dodgers, Mets, and Red Sox, which are also excellent things to give to loved ones who are fans of the sport.

Original Grain partners with an organization in Senegal called Trees for The Future, which help plant trees and feed families for every watch sold.


JORD Wooden Watches for Men

Jord is an American company that specializes in hand-crafted wood timepieces. Promoting sustainability, the brand produces a wide array of styles for both men and women.

Looking at the website, one would notice that Jord takes inspiration from classic watch designs while incorporating innovative and unique designs. They also sell watch bands for those with Apple watches. The prices range on their website range from $180 (such as the simple but sleek Frankie 38 for women) to $615 (like the limited edition Meridian Black Palm).


Kerbholz Lamprecht Maple Watch

Kerbholz is a German watch company that was started in 2011 by two friends who traveled to Central American and were inspired by wood. Today, the brand has become a popular wood watch and sunglasses brand that focuses on sustainability and responsibility.

Since 2017, the company has also donated 10% of their sales to an environmental organization that invests the money in different projects that promote sustainable materials, recycling, and other projects that help protect the environment.


Plantwear Wood Watches

Plantwear is another watch brand that produces both wooden timepieces and glasses. Made by hand, these products are all made in Europe and uses both domestic and exotic hardwoods.

Ranging from $199 to $320, Plantwear has a wide selection of watches, from simple, minimalist designs to modern chronographs. For those who like accessories, the company also sells bracelets, wooden necklaces, and leather chokers.

The wood that they use comes from FSC-certified sources, and the company also contributes 50 trees monthly via the Nature Conservancy foundation.

Bobo Bird

BOBO BIRD Men’s Wooden Watch

Bobo Bird combines Chinese craftsmanship and Japanese movement in its watches. All the materials that this Chinese company uses were made from natural, reclaimed wood.

If you’re looking for a wooden watch that’s affordable, this is the brand that you should check out. The watches start at a very affordable price point like the Zebrawood watch and the brand says that Bobo Bird watch owners all over the world now exceed 60 million.

The brand sells watches for men and women, as well as sunglasses, wallets, and Apple watch bands.


NAUTIC 62° NORTH Zebrawood Watch

This is another brand that has an attractive minimalist design on its watches. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, Vejrhoj makes use of natural hardwood and stainless steel in its timepieces, which combines durability and sustainability.

If you’re a fan of Nordic or Scandinavian design, this brand is for you. The company is relatively new–it was founded in 2014, and later teamed up with renowned Danish designer Bo Bonfils to create the Nautic collection.

Treehut Bamboo

Treehut Men’s Zebrawood and Ebony Wooden Watch

Run by a husband a wife team from San Francisco, Treehut is a small, family-run company that focuses on natural materials and personalization.

This is a great brand for those looking for presents for their loved ones Treehut allows its customers to customize their watches, which is made using materials like wood, marble stone, and stainless steel. The brand’s website is formatted in such a way that customers can choose their preferred materials, size, price points (under $100 to over $200), and a wide range of wood grain. There are also 17 different collections to choose from.

We Wood

WEWOOD Women’s Analogue Quartz Watch with Wood Strap

Florence-based WeWood is an Italian watch company that focuses on making wood watches that are free from toxic and artificial materials. They use reclaimed and recycles wood, and collaborate with different environmental organizations.

Like the previous companies we’ve featured above, We Wood also plants a tree for every watch sold. According to their website, they have already planted at least 604, 475 trees all over the world since they started with their program in 2010.
WeWood has a wide range of wood watches, as well as eyewear and accessories.

Lux Woods

Lux Woods

Lux Woods watches are all handmade and make use of sustainably-sourced materials. According to their website, they make use of scrap wood pieces, and they require their suppliers to use wood that was sustainably harvested and trees were re-planted. Two of the brand’s partner foundations include Feed the Children and Plant a Billion.

Aside from wood watches, Lux Woods also sells Apple watch bands and rings.

Analog Watch Co.

Analog Watch Co.

One of the first things that you’ll find on the Analog Watch Co. website is a note about trees. According to the company, they have already planted tens of thousands of trees, thanks to the customers. For every purchase of their watch, the company will plant one tree.

Analog Watch Co. also makes use of marble material on its watches. A part of a customer’s purchase will help protect communities from the impacts of mineral and energy development.

If you’re looking for a brand that is devoted to different efforts that help the environment, this is the one that you should take a closer look at. Aside from wooden watch collections for both men and women, Analog Watch Co. also has other products such as sunglasses, rings, cuffs, wallets, straps, and phone cases.



Based in Austria, Holzkern is a brand run by young professionals. The company was introduced in 2015 and continues to get more and more popular today.

The brand has a wide range of collections for different wrist sizes, from 45mm chronographs to 36mm unisex watches. There are over 300 watches on the brand’s catalog, so you will have lots of designs to choose from.

The brand makes watches with hardwoods sourced from different parts of the globe, and also makes use of metal and stone. For every watch sold, they also donate €1 to help fund reforestation projects in Nicaragua, or the employment of those who have “reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities“.


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