Product FAQ

What are the dimensions of the watch?

For our standard size Men's Watch:

Case Diameter = 44 mm

Band Width = 19 mm to 22 mm

Case Thickness = 10 mm

What are the minimum and maximum length of the watch band?

For Men's, Band Length is 75mm to 175mm

How do I remove/adjust the links of my watch?

We would suggest going to a watch shop to adjust the link as it can be complicated without the tools. You can also purchase a watch band adjustment kit 

Is the wood watches water resistant?

No, these wood watch are not water resistant. Please prevent exposure to water as much as possible to keep your wood watch durable.

I have allergies to Wood, should I purchase a Wood Watch?

Although Tempus Wood Watches are made 100% with natural wood and we do not use any extra chemicals. We do suggest anyone with wood allergies to refrain from purchasing our watches.

If you do experience itchiness or rashes while wearing our wood watch, please stop wearing the watch and consult with a doctor right away

Do you provide custom engraving?

We currently do not, but it is in our plans, we will make an announcement when we do. So you can sign up to our newsletter on our home page.

How do I set the time and date for my watch?

To adjust the date pull on the crown with one click and turn up crown and down

To adjust the timepull on the crown with two clicks and turn up the crown and down

How can I maintain my wood watch for improve durability?

The biggest enemy of wood is sudden changes in temperature and humidity. This means if you leave your watch in a car on a hot sunny day, the high temperature has the ability to swell the wood and cause it to crack. Same with leaving it in the car on a particularly cold day or night, the cold will shrink the wood, putting pressure against the glass and pins and could cause breakage at those points.

Humidity control is also important. Too much and the wood will absorb the water and swell, too little and it will dry out the wood and shrink. Swelling and shrinking increase the possibility of cracking at the time and in the future.

SO, when you are not wearing your watch be sure that it is inside, and also protected in either its original packaging OR in a watch or jewelry box to protect it from an overly wet or dry environment.

Additionally, the best thing you can do for the wood of your watch is make sure it is properly conditioned, protecting the wood from the elements. We recommend Tung Oil or Lemon oil both of which can be found at hardware stores, or online.

Using a soft cloth, pour 1 teaspoon of your chosen oil on to the cloth and then use the cloth over the surface of the wood, buffing slightly. This will aid in keeping your watch clean and conditioned and will increase the luster.

Can I replace the battery?

Yes, you will require to remove the back cover of the case.

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