Indonesian company makes wristwatch out of waste wood
Alixandra Caole Vila (philstar.com) - October 18, 2015 - 11:30pm

MANILA, Philippines - MATOA, an Indonesian company based in Java, has managed to make eco-friendly products by recycling waste wood and turning them into a classic wrist watch.

MATOA, whose name came from an endangered tree species in Papua lives up to their goal - to bring originality and sustainability to the fashion industry -  by creating beautiful pieces of wrist watch via sustainable, tropical hardwood, reclaimed from old furniture.

According to the website, the company not only wants the people to look good, but also feel good, by wearing something that is ecological friendly. 

With an average production of 25 pieces a day, the company delivers across the country and also some other nine countries worldwide.

Check out some of their watches below:

 

 

What have been your monday essentials this week? #matoawatch #wood #matoasumba #ecofriendly

A photo posted by MATOA INDONESIA® (@matoa_id) on

 

What happen today, is tomorrow hip #matoawatch #matoarote #woodenwatch

A photo posted by MATOA INDONESIA® (@matoa_id) on

 

Shine a light. By @toemust #matoawatch #matoaflores #woodenwatch

A photo posted by MATOA INDONESIA® (@matoa_id) on

 

Proven to withstand water splash! #matoawatch #matoagili #woodenwatch

A photo posted by MATOA INDONESIA® (@matoa_id) on

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