Have you seen Jord Watches?! They are seriously so unique and so interesting to look at. I was so excited when I was able to receive a Jord Watch to review! I decided to pick one for my boyfriend as an early Father’s Day gift! It was so hard to pick one because they have so many really interesting and cool looking watches. I promise you, you will find something you like if you just browse through their page!
Before you actually pick and purchase a watch, they tell you to size your wrists so the watch will be a perfect fit. On their site there are instructions as well as a printable ruler to help you find the exact measurements for your watch. I thought this was VERY cool because I have super tiny wrists and no watches or bracelets EVER fit me. I find it very beneficial that the make the watch fit YOUR wrists before they ship it. I also wanted to add, even though they get your wrist measurements there is still room on the clasp to make it smaller and bigger!
I finally decided to get the Blue in their Delmar series. I liked this one because I felt my boyfriend, Matt, could wear this when he dressed up or wear it with a casual outfit. The blue design on the front actually reminded me of one of his dress shirts! This particular one retails for $149 and comes in this beautiful wood box. Everything about this brand is so detailed and unique. When we first opened the package to see the box, we were so amazed at the presentation. I love how they have their own logo on the side dial. We were also surprised how light it felt! Here are the specifications for the watch I picked!
- Double Locking Fold-Over Clasp
- Scratch Resistant Mineral
- Citizen Miyota Quartz Movement (2035)
- Case Width: 44mm
- Case Thickness: 11mm
- Lug Ends: 51mm
- Band Length: 230mm
- Band Thickness: 26mm & 36mm
Matt and I really loved how versatile it is. He can wear it everyday when hes being casual and he can also wear it to work or when hes dressed up. Its always a conversation starter too! Everyone always asks to see it closely or ask where he got it from. You don’t see wood watches often so it definitely is always noticed!
Have you seen or heard about these unique wood Jord watches?! What do you think about them?