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Wood Watches by JORD JORD is run by artists, designers, marketers, and minders. We spend our days creating, considering, arguing, and hopefully agreeing. Then we'll scrap it all for the joy of starting new. We have fun. This is our journey. We are focused on creating timepieces made from all-natural wood that are modeled after a modern lifestyle. We value sustainability, efficiency, and experiential living. We make our watches for people who don't just have somewhere to be, they have somewhere to go. The value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger than minutes and your watch should tell more than time. Start the conversation 844-888-5673 844-888-5673 Credit Card
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Wood Watches by JORD JORD is run by artists, designers, marketers, and minders. We spend our days creating, considering, arguing, and hopefully agreeing. Then we'll scrap it all for the joy of starting new. We have fun. This is our journey. We are focused on creating timepieces made from all-natural wood that are modeled after a modern lifestyle. We value sustainability, efficiency, and experiential living. We make our watches for people who don't just have somewhere to be, they have somewhere to go. The value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger than minutes and your watch should tell more than time. Start the conversation

Acacia

(Acacia melanoxylon)

TIMEPIECES THAT FEATURE ACACIA

COLOR & APPEARANCE

Acacia wood is often confused with Koa as it has a similar rich bronze tone. Red, gold, and tan color is also common dependent on the location of the tree’s origin. Acacia most differs from Koa in its grain pattern which presents with ribbon-like streaks of color.

SOURCE

Tanzania, Africa, & Southern Asia

GRAIN/TEXTURE

Acacia has contrasting bands of color in the growth rings resulting in a grain pattern that is ribbon-like with streaks of color.

SUSTAINABILITY

Acacia is not listed in the CITES Appendices or on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species and in some areas is considered invasive.

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HARDNESS

Janka Scale

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TREE HEIGHT

Average

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SHRINKAGE

Volumetric

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DRIED WEIGHT

Average