I personally like the look of the Citizen quartz eco-watches. They have a wide variety of designs for both men and women. These watches are specially engineered to harness the power of light so they never need a battery. This is done through the installation of a solar conversion panel and energy cell that acts as the main power provider for the watch (Citizen Watch United Kingdom, Ltd., 2010).
If you’re looking for something fun and quirky, the Altanus’ Patch Watch is a good one. It is made out of paper and is totally biodegradable. It comes in various colors and is bound to draw attention – even without all the diamonds. I wouldn’t wear it to a black tie event by any means, but this is a pretty cool watch!
Coolestgadgets.com wrote a rave review about Sprout watches, calling them the greenest watches “hands down.” According to the company’s site, the watches are 80-86% eco-friendly by weight. This includes organic (cotton), biodegradable (corn resin), recyclable materials (tyrek), conflict free diamonds, mercury-free batteries and 80% post consumer packaging. They have a lot more information on the eco-facts page on their site. Thet are also pretty swanky looking, from casual to higher-end:
Sprout watches are pretty cool looking and definitely eco-friendly. They’re made from materials like bamboo, corn-resin, recycled fibers and mercury-free batteries. They’re pretty trendy looking and come in men and women’s styles. Check ’em out here: http://www.sproutwatches.com/.
WEWOOD features stylish and unique watches made out of wood such as maple. The company credits itself as being eco-friendly and sustainable. All their watches are free of artificial and toxic materials. Furthermore, for every watch that is purchased, WEWOOD vows to plant a tree in associated with American Forests, a nonprofit conservation organization.
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