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Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

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myedol:

Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

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myedol:

Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

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myedol:

Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

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myedol:

Wood Watches by Slim Timber

You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter

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Brendan Behan
dark-rye:

With a few simple tools and techniques, it is possible to use the natural materials available to the outdoorsman to make all manner of useful and even beautiful things when traveling. Learning to work with wood is not only a great way to connect with the environment but a certain level of proficiency with cutting tools could save your butt if you find yourself having to improvise equipment on an adventure. The subject of working with wood is vast but here are a few basic tips by Andrew Groves of Miscellaneous Adventures that should get you started in your wood working endeavors…
(via How to get started working with wood in the Great Outdoors)
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dark-rye:

With a few simple tools and techniques, it is possible to use the natural materials available to the outdoorsman to make all manner of useful and even beautiful things when traveling. Learning to work with wood is not only a great way to connect with the environment but a certain level of proficiency with cutting tools could save your butt if you find yourself having to improvise equipment on an adventure. The subject of working with wood is vast but here are a few basic tips by Andrew Groves of Miscellaneous Adventures that should get you started in your wood working endeavors…

(via How to get started working with wood in the Great Outdoors)

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