Beautiful Zebrawood NOW Watch
We have 2 versions of this watch: men’s watch and women’s watch.
Men’s watch case size – 42 mm (1.65 inch)
Women’s watch case size – 37 mm (1.46 inch)
- Zebrawood 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.
- 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
- Worldwide shipping (add the product to the cart and proceed to checkout to see the shipping rates and times)
- Free shipping within the US. Free worldwide shipping on orders over $75
NOW Watch is not just a watch, it reminds you to be present. It is a great conversation starter through its manifestation of a lifestyle, and it is a beautiful timepiece. We encourage you to share the NOW philosophy with others because this watch does not only show the time, but it also reminds you to not believe in time and live in the now!
It is a great tool to introduce people to the NOW philosophy, to the ‘Power Of Now’ book and the topic of awakening one’s ability to be present. Take advantage of this watch and spread the message socially.
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Zebrawood is an exotic wood native to the Western African countries of Cameroon, and Gabon.
It is a hard wood, with a medium to coarse texture. The Zebra-like appearance is due to the light colored sapwood in contrast with the dark colored grain.
The heartwood is a pale golden yellow, distinct from the paler color of the sapwood and features narrow streaks of dark brown to black (which gives its Zebra-like appearance).
The tree can be 65-130 ft tall (20-40 m).
This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices which means it is allowed to be exported, imported, distributed, reproduced and sold without issues.
Zebrawood tends to be fairly expensive.
Common uses include: High-end furniture, veneer, musical instruments, skis and handles.
Zebrawood is used to define various tree species and the wood resulting from them. Zebrawood is distinguishable by its striped figure, creating the Zebra-like appearance.
An interesting fact is that the name Zebrawood originally applied to the wood of Astronium graveolens, a large tree native to Central America. In the 20th century, the most important source of Zebrawood was Microberlinia brazzavillensis, also called zebrano, a tree native to Central Africa. Other sources include Brazilian Astronium fraxinifolium, African Brachystegia spiciformis, Pacific Guettarda speciosa, and Asian Pistacia integerrima.