Sprout Eco Watches

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Eco on Monday 3 May 2010

Sprout Watches are believed to be up to 86 percent eco-friendly thanks to their sustainable make up of bamboo faces, recyclable packaging, biodegradable corn resin bodies, mercury-free batteries and use of cotton bands. They’re pretty neat, but somehow I don’t think the pandas will agree with my sentiments if we use their primary food source […]

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The Ray, the first eco-friendly watch

Katriane Hill Reader Find

By Katriane Hill in New Eco on Monday 2 February 2009

Quiksilver, the surfing apparel company, has just released what is being considered the world’s first eco-friendly watch. Made of sustainable ebony wood and running on automatic movement instead of batteries, this limited-edition watch is green down to the shipping of the raw materials. Every raw material used in making this watch is recyclable (the aluminum, […]

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