18 January 2017
What better way to recover your core and get back in shape for 2017 than to put down your glass of wine and get back to nature by putting on your running shoes and going for a little jog.
To do this, I found for you the ideal companion, the JUGLAN NUT Men’s Watch by LEAFWOOD.
The JUGLAN NUT watch from LEAFWOOD is a bit like a bracelet that is worn around the wrist of infants but that one should never leave. Not for reasons of limited memory, but rather to remind us without it, we would be nothing. And so it must be taken care of. From our Mother Nature.
It is from this eco-friendly philosophy that the LEAFWOOD brand was born. That of preserving the environment by recycling wood to make durable and elegant products.
Our punch line, "Making Wood Stylish" assumes even in our leitmotiv, "We make Oxygen. What do you do? ", Since the LEAFWOOD commitment is none other than to plant a tree for each watch sold watch.
This humanist eco-friendly approach to wood is reminiscent of that of the luxury eyeglass brand GOLD & WOOD, whose article is therefore in the same vein, to stay in the woody lexical field.
Despite a will that bends but does not break, are LEAFWOOD products up to the peaks of style? The answer is yes.
THE JUGLAN NUT
From point to point, the woody-friendly spirit of Leafwood is immediately grasped, since the packaging, in the form of a cylinder, simply resembles a branch cut in two, with a longitudinal and a transverse veining, the latter possessing even node effects in order to perfect the illusion.
The packaging is made of recycled cardboard, rigid and of quality since the print is not pixelized, which fits fully into the eco-friendly identity of LEAFWOOD.
When the lid of the case is removed, it is a dial extremely fine in its execution and its design that holds our attention instantly.
Indeed, LEAFWOOD has covered 5 indexes of the dial, including two for the midnight / midnight index, a pastel blue that is found on certain eponymous canvases and which give the latter both strength and softness.
With a remnant of hour and minute counter only embellished with black powdered indexes every hour (or every five minutes depending on your affinity), the resemblance to a compass is blatant, so these four bluish indexes such as four orientation marks Are merged with the four cardinal points.
Deposited on a thin slice of wood in the veining of the most beautiful effect, it feels like a full excursion in the forest.
Two counters of dates and days at 3 and 6 hours respectively, as well as the LEAFWOOD logo at 12 o'clock will dress the rest of the dial. The perimeter of the counters resumes the blue tint of the indexes, while their respective interiors share the same gray ash color as that of the logo.
The whole of these counters and logo is printed on the dial, perfectly matching the veining of the dial, and giving it authenticity.
I feel that like the mountain, the philosophy of LEAFWOOD.