WeWOOD Kappa Watch
WeWOOD Kappa Watch
WeWOOD Kappa Watch
WeWOOD Kappa Watch

WeWOOD Kappa Watch

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Kappa is WeWOOD's flagship timepiece, featuring a bold circular wooden case with matching bezel and windows for military hours, days, and date set into a strong woodgrain face. Kappa is available in a variety of luxurious wood colors and styles making it the perfect timepiece for your wrist!


*100% Natural Wood
*Completely free of toxic chemicals   
*Premium Multi-function  Miyota movement 
*Weighs 54g
*Hardened, scratch-proof mineral glass 
*stainless steel nickel free clasp
*Adjustable to fit most wrists 
*2-year international warranty

Band: 8 1/4” (220 mm) 
Face: (including wood frame / bezel)- 1 3/4 inches (46.00 mm) across, and 7/16 inches (11.11mm) thick  

Walnut (Nut)

The Juglans Regia, commonly called Walnut, is a plant of great size, with heights ranging from 10 to 40 meters, The wood generally comes from Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Its timber can vary from a lighter brown to a dark chocolate brown with streaks of darker brown, and often variations of gray, purple or reddish colours. The most common use of this wood is the creation of furniture, interior coverings, and wood veneers.

The WeWOOD line of wooden watches combines style, luxury, and environmental responsibility. Inspired by the beauty of the Tuscan territory, WeWOOD watches reflect the great cultural and artistic heritage of Florence. All watches have been designed with great attention to detail and an eco-conscious mind. We use different types of wood, each of different colour and with peculiar characteristics, which make them perfect accessories for any occasion. Being 100% made of wood, WeWOOD watches are non-toxic, chemical-free and extremely lightweight.


Since 2010 with the help of customers and partners WeWOOD has planted over 600,000 trees worldwide through reforestation projects.

By expanding our collection and improving the quality of our products, we hope to gain your support and thus achieve our goal of planting 1 million trees by 2020.