Review: Treehut Co. Watches

About a month ago Treehut Co. reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in checking out one of their watches in exchange for a review and I readily agreed! I’d read some great things about this small, San Francisco based company in the past, so when the opportunity arose for us to work together I was definitely estatic.

Treehut Co. gave me the freedom to choose any watch I desired and I chose the All Ebony Theo Monochrome. This all wood watch is beyond stunning. Its sleek design is impeccable and the watch itself is lightweight but exceptionally well made. I opted for the all wood because my skin can get irritated by certain medals AND I’m trying to limit my use of leather. Wood watches are perfect for both of these reasons.

Credit: Treehut Co.

Without engraving, this watch is just $120. But, trust me: you want the engraving. Every watch has optiona engraving and the engraving is what REALLY sold me on this incredibly gorgeous timepiece. Being able to make my watch extra personal and special made me feel amazing, so I chose a phrase inspired by one of my favorite books, “The Girl Who Drank The Moon” by Kelly Barnhill.

To say I love my watch is an understatement. I am obsessed with it. It fits me perfectly, both figuratively and literally, as the wood and metal watches come with adjustable links you can remove to size each watch to your specific needs. I am beyond enamored with this beautiful watch and I am so pleased to have had the honor to work with the Treehut Co. team.

Right now and until November 25th you can use code “XMAS” to receive 20% off your Treehut purchase, so if you know a watch lover who needs something extra special and personal, check out Treehut’s numerous lines of watches and seriously, spring for the extra engraving. It really is the cherry on top.

Credit: Treehut Co.

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