Sandalwood Now Watch
A breathtakingly designed watch with a golden NOW sign.
NOW Watch reminds you to live in the now!
The gold NOW sign is gently embedded on the watch dial. It’s a glossy sign and can have many different beautiful shades of gold depending of the angle.
The size of the watch case (37 mm / 1.49 inch) is considered as a unisex watch size.
There’s a picture in the watch photo gallery that shows the watch size precisely, but the bracelet is adjustable.
- Sandalwood is an expensive, strong wood which creates an outstanding quality.
- Great Japanese mechanical movement inside the watch.
- The bracelet can easily be adjusted to the size of your wrist. A paper instruction is inside the box on how to do that.
- Comes packed in an elegant, sturdy and eco-friendly cartoon box.
- This watch is not waterproof, not suitable for swimming or bathing in, but is okay in rain.
- Dimensions: please see the product photo gallery
Here’s a printable template of this watch that you can print, cut out and see if the watch case size suits your wrist size well.
- For clarification, this watch is real as we also have watches that are not real (they don’t show time at all, they only have the NOW sign) – like Now Watch Black
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Sandalwood derives from trees in the genus Santalum where the woods are heavy, yellow, and fine-grained. The trees are medium-sized hemiparasitic trees, and part of the same botanical family as European mistletoe. Indian sandalwood and Australian sandalwood are notable members which are found in Asia, Australia, Indonesia, Hawaii, and other Pacific Islands.
These trees do very well on their own and seem to appear in places it has never been seen before.
A genuine sandalwood tree grows to about 12 metres (39 feet), has leathery leaves in pairs which are opposite on each branch.
As one of the oldest incense materials, it has been used for at least 4000 years.
Sandalwood is the second-most expensive wood in the world, after African blackwood and the oil produced from the wood has risen to $2000 per kg recently. The wood and oil produce a distinctive fragrance that has been highly valued for centuries.
Sandalwood in Buddhism.
Sandalwood is mentioned in various suttas of the Pāli Canon. The scent of this wood species is believed by some to transform one’s desires and maintain a person’s alertness while in meditation. It is also one of the most popular scents used when offering incense to the Buddha and the guru.
Sandalwood in Hinduism.
Indian sandalwood is very sacred in the Hindu Ayurveda and is known in Sanskrit as Chandana. The wood is used for worshiping the god Shiva and is also believed that goddess Lakshmi lives in the sandalwood tree. The wood of the tree is made into a paste using sandalwood powder. The paste is integral to rituals and ceremonies.
Sandalwood is also a known wood species in many other religions and their traditions.
The wood has been used in religious and social ceremonies for millennia. It is still used to facilitate meditation, move through stages of grief, and encourage creativity. It is also used to aid in cases of depression and anxiety and as an aphrodisiac. It is also useful to aid libido stimulation and overcome frigidity and impotence.
Sandalwood oil is extracted from the woods for use.
Due to its coveted fragrance, sandalwood oil is used as an ingredient in perfumes, cosmetics, and soaps.
The oil is commonly used in aromatherapy.
It is also a disinfectant and skin cell regenerating agent.
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