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My husband loves any accessory. He is attracted to the finer things like amazing leather loafers, Polo briefcases, and designer pens. That is just his personality, and I love it, but he’s never found a men’s watch to suit his style. Until he met me of course.
This one goes so well with everything he has! It took me a surprising 5 minutes to decide for him, rather than weeks like any other gift. I took some photos of how well it goes with his guitar. It also fits right in with his loafers, Polo briefcase, and bible!
Now, I have to tell you he’s not a jewelry person. He doesn’t like the feeling of heavy, metal items on his wrist or fingers. That’s how I knew this men’s watch was perfect. It has the amazing quality you want in a timeless piece while offering the designer, modern look that he loves, without the heaviness! I couldn’t believe this type of men’s watch existed, so, he got an early Valentine’s Day present because I couldn’t wait to give it to him.
JORD offers more than just men’s watches. They offer amazing women’s watches, that are so unique. I can’t wait to shop more of the women’s watches to see what I might want to match. I might have just said I want one for Valentine’s Day too.
They also have Apple Watch-compatible bands to give it a sleek updated look! Check them out here.
Let me just tell you a bit more about JORD Wood Watches. JORD is more than a company that creates men’s and women’s wood watches. They are comprised of designers and creators who are focused on creating timepieces that are modern and meaningful. Here’s what they say, and this is why I love the brand and company along with the product:
TELLING MORE THAN TIME
The value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger than minutes and your watch should tell more than time.