TEMPUS Silvestre | Men's Green Sandalwood Watch | Full Review

TEMPUS Silvestre | Men's Green Sandalwood Watch | Full Review

There is a song called "My Favorite Things" by Julie Andrews and Mary Martin. It talks about rain drops on roses and cream colored ponies. This wood watch by TEMPUS fit in this category of awesome. I have had the pleasure of wearing this watch for a while and I find this watch extremely comfortable. I am typically a guy that does not like watches with links. I find that it is hard to get the watch to fit my wrist perfectly. Most tend to be to big and will slide up and down your arm all day (even after taking links out). But I found that after I took 3 links out this watch has that leather band feel. I am impressed of how this Tempus feels, I love wearing it all day and most of the time I forget that it is even on. I love the raw wood style, it has a tasteful style that can be worn in any situation. The glass in extremely strong, a lot of watches are extremely easy to scratch, but this glass has held up perfect to my abuse. I think the head size is perfect for my size arm, the dial is easy to read, and the watch is extremely easy to operate. Tempus sends you the tool to add or remove links, and they even throw in some extra links if you have a large wrist. If you are looking for a wood watch please give these great people a look. I promise you will not be disappointed. Please check out the other photos, please see the link below to check this sweet watch out. Please go and follow @charlieandcrewdad and @tempus_wood_watches on Instagram. Have a great day and thank you so much for reading. Lots of Love

Sincerely,

Danny

 

 

 

 

 

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https://tempus-wood-watches.com/

 

  • Wood Material: Green Sandalwood
  • Case Diameter: 45mm
  • Case Thickness: 12mm
  • Crystal: Mineral
  • Band Material: Wood
  • Band Width: 25mm
  • Band Length: 75mm to 175mm (adjustment maybe required)
  • Movement: Japan 2035 Analog Quartz
  • Clasp: Fold-Over Clasp with Double Push-Button Safety
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