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Analog Watch Co.

Teak & Bamboo Carpenter Watch

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Reviews (4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Watch

4/8/2015 by Elizabeth

People notice my watch and love asking me about it. Great conversation piece. Super comfortable!

4

Beautiful But Practical?

12/3/2015 by Richard

Bought this for a granddaughter for Christmas, so this review simply concerns my limited experience whilst in my hands.

It is quite nice looking.

Be prepared, however, with a pair of pliers (with smooth jaws to avoid damage) to change the time. The stem, when pushed in, precludes the use of fingernails to pull it out, and I found it impossible to get sufficient purchase on the crown (it is small and short) to pull the stem out to set the time.

3

Good watch - not so great watch band

11/18/2015 by Aaron

I like the product. It's light weight, looks great and gets me a lot of comments. The only issue is that I've had the watch for about 6 months and the band seems to be rapidly deteriorating. This started happening at month 4 and I've never seen this in a watch, so I'm going to contact the company. Updates to come...

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The Analog Watch Co. Story

Analog Watch Co. - The Carpenter Collection

SECOND NATURE

The Analog Watch Co. is a Philadelphia-based company specializing in earth-conscious watches. Founder Lorenzo Buffa creates wearable art that combines striking, minimalist design with accurate time.

The line first took shape as Lorenzo’s senior thesis. He's an avid nature enthusiast who created his first wooden wrist watches to bring the wearer a little closer to nature. And it didn’t take him long to realize there could be a market for his work. After a successful Kickstarter, Lorenzo found combinations of high-quality woods to create comfortable, and surprisingly lightweight, wearable works
of art. . . ones that just happen to keep time. True to Lorenzo’s naturalistic roots, he designs Analog’s watches to work with the wood’s natural grain.

From there, he nexted designed watches made of marble—another earthy tribute that's earth-friendly, too. Each watch is mainly biodegradable and packaging is made from recycled raw materials. Plus, as a synergistic way of giving back, Analog plants a tree for every watch sold.
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