Startup Ottm made unusual straps for Apple Watch from exotic woods.
At the moment, straps are made from such woods as Indonesian sandalwood, Canadian maple and zebrano (a tree with a characteristic pattern resembling a zebra skin that grows in West Africa). All parts of the strap are treated with tung oil, which makes them pleasant to the touch and resistant to external influences. They are also coated with varnish, which gives a pleasant shine. Each strap is made by hand.
Since no two pieces of wood are exactly the same, no two Ottm bands are the same, each one is unique in its own way and can literally transform your Apple Watch. This is a great accessory for a great device. The strap links are wooden, and the fasteners are made of stainless steel. The straps come in attractive packaging, which also includes spare links and replacement tools.
According to the founder of Ottm, the tree was chosen by him for several reasons. Above, we already wrote about the uniqueness of each strap, this material allows you to create truly unusual items. Wood is cool to the touch, but not cold like metal. In addition, it is a natural material, not synthetics, which is important, since Apple Watch are on your wrist almost around the clock.
It only remains to mention that the cost of each strap is $39.99. Part of the money goes to planting new trees.