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The world’s first mechanically driven wood watches (giveaway)


In my husbands job he needs a watch for his day to day activities.  He is constantly looking at it to ensure he is not late for the hundreds of meetings he has all the time.  Trev is also a guy who loves to be outdoors.  When he is at one of those hundreds of meetings he is dreaming out being outside so it was a real treat to get him one of the wood watches that matches his personality.

Introducing Jord watches.

These are not your typical watches that weigh a ton and go out of style in a few years.  What makes these wood watches so unique is that they are the world’s first mechanically driven wood watches.  Yes I said wood.  This is a new unique way of styling watches.  Made of sustainable wood, these watches are as unique as you are.  You can see the individual grains and veins that make up each part of the watch.  And with a wide range colors and styles you are sure to find a watch that will work with your style and personality.


My husband is constantly daydreaming out the woods and being outside, this is the perfect watch for him.  It matches his personality and is very stylish.  He loved this watch from the moment he put it on and I know this will be a great investment for him. He tells me that people have noticed his watch and everyone thinks it is really unique and perfectly suited to him.

Giveaway Moment:
One lucky US/CAN Mommy Moment reader will win a JORD Fieldcrest timepiece valued at $120

To enter to win, visit and then leave a comment here on the blog letting me know the name of the wood watch you like best.



Sunday 9th of February 2014

These watches are gorgeous. It is difficult to pick only one but ELY SERIES Cherry would be my pick.

Melanie B

Sunday 9th of February 2014

Sully! Black & Maple

Bailey Eileen Parr

Sunday 9th of February 2014

My favorite is the Ely maple

Karen Thaeter

Sunday 9th of February 2014

I liked the Delmar watch

Claire Rheinheimer

Sunday 9th of February 2014

I like both the 746 Series in black, and the Delmar watch in red.