OCEANIA WATCH- MILO WOOD

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OCEANIA WATCH- MILO WOOD

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THE OCEANIA

THE WORLD'S FIRST & ONLY WATER RESISTANT WOODEN WATCH

The Oceania by Pacific Standard Time Company is made from exotic Hawaiian woods grown on the Big Island of Hawaii and Oahu. These watches use only wood harvested from fallen trees. Not a single tree was cut down to make these.

This is also the world's first and only water resistant wooden watch. We made it this way for those "Just In Case" moments, for example:

-Just in case you go into the ocean or pool forgetting you have it on.

-Just in case you fall into water.

-Just in case you leave it on while washing dishes.

-Just in case it's extremely humid so your glass does not fog.

We designed these watches 100% from scratch in Southern California and created a stainless steel inner housing to protect the Swiss movement inside. This is NOT your typical wooden watch... this is a wooden watch beefed up on steroids and is definitely tough. 

ABOUT MILO:

This wood has rich red and brown colors with a delicate grain, and is highly respected throughout Hawaiian history. Brought to Hawaii by early Polynesians, Milo was considered sacred and only available for Hawaiian chiefs who used it to craft their furniture, canoes, paddles and bowls. In Tahiti, Milo Wood is used for the to'ere (slotted wooden drum), used in traditional tribal drumming. Milo was also used for the Rongorongo tablets of Easter Island (Rapa Nui). In Samoa, Milo Wood was used for wooden drums (Pate). The smaller ones were beaten with two sticks above all during a war to warn the enemy and alert the fighting men of approaching danger. It was also used in the Samoan culture to call village meetings. 

What makes this wood even cooler is the more you wear it, you do not have to worry about it fading. Instead, the natural oils your body produces makes the patina richer while wearing it. We topped this watch off with scratch resistant sapphire crystal, the hardest glass to use for wristwatches to make sure your face is clean and visible at all times.

Watch Description: 

Case / Band

  • Hawaiian Milo Wood (Big Island / Oahu)
  • Case: 50.8mm x 13.6mm 
  • Band: 24.5mm 
  • Crystal: Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal 
  • Water Resistance: 10 ATM (100 meters) 
  • Dial: Stainless Steel with Polynesian & Micronesian Tattoo Pattern
  • Butterfly Clasp

Ronda 5030.D Analog Chronograph Quartz Movement

  • Line startech 
  • Caliber 5030.D 
  • Version Swiss Made 
  • Standard battery life 54 months

Functions

  • 3 eyes 
  • Chronograph 
  • Center stop second (1/1 sec) 
  • 30 minute counter 
  • 12 hour counter 
  • ADD and SPLIT functions 
  • Date 
  • Small second

*Please Note: Not all watches will look the same. Each have their own individual look and color variant.