I am a watch girl all the way.
I love to follow new trends when it comes to watches and try my best to own the latest whenever I can.
It is very rare you would see me with my left wrist empty. Over the years, I have owned Titan (an Indian brand), Roots and Guess to name a few. Yes, nothing too crazy expensive because hey! I am a simple girl 🙂
Anyways, the game changed when I learned about Jord! I mean, I was in awe. So I went ahead and included them in my Holiday Gift Guide this year.
Jord makes handcrafted wood timepieces.
They believe a watch should be able to tell more than time. It should help one make their time count. What a beautiful and noble statement!
After all, moments are bigger than minutes, right?
In the spirit of full disclosure, I received a free watch from Jord to review from their Fieldcrest series, Zebrawood and Maple.
This watch is quite a sight, friends. It totally rocks the intricate pattern of Zebrawood, bringing out the wild side of ‘timekeeping’-no pun intended 😉#Jord Watch-Perfect Gift for the Watch Lover on your #HolidayShoppingList #MomLessMomHolidays Click To Tweet
Jord is run by artists, designers, marketers and minders. They are focused on creating timepieces that are modeled after a modern lifestyle. They value sustainability, efficiency, and experiential living. Jord watches are made for people who don’t just have somewhere to be, they have somewhere to go.
Impressed by what you know so far about Jord? There is more! Here is the good stuff 🙂
Currently, Jord is hosting 2 great promotions!
Register to win a $100 store credit towards your purchase of ANY Jord watch. Simply enter this giveaway form.
2. Save 25% when you shop at Jord using the exclusive promo code “vinmavincent”
That’s right! Multiple ways to own a Jord of your own! Let’s not forget, you have tons of reasons to shop as we are in the holiday season. Buy for your loved ones or for yourself.
Need more motivation?
Take a look at Jord Watch Black Friday sales that’s on right now. Awesome deals that are too good to pass!
Are you a Jord watch owner? If yes, what do you think about your wooden timepiece?