Thanks to Cayla Mackey, CEO and cofounder of Unicorn Goods, the world’s largest ethical vegan catalog, for contributing to this article.
It’s time for vegan watches! Check out these great vegan watch companies for simple, minimal, and timeless watches. Both companies manufacture 100 percent vegan products, meaning that they’re made without leather, exotic skins, and other animal-derived materials—because it’s about time for high style and genuine ethics.
This 100 percent vegan New Zealand–based company offers elegantly designed and well-crafted watches. All NOX-BRIDGE watches have unique quick-release pins that make it easy to change out their vegan leather watchbands as needed.
The name of this brand-new watch company is a portmanteau of “vegan” and “watch.” A startup based in Britain, it just launched a limited preorder offer. All its watches feature a stainless steel-casing and vegan leather band and come with their own eco-felt pouches.
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Also known as “Time IV Change” (or “Time for Change”), this watch company is based in Australia. A statement on its website reads, “Our watches and bands provide an alternative to [cow’s] leather by using materials that do not contribute to the unnecessary use and exploitation of animals and the Earth. We believe in giving back to those without a voice.”
If you’re planning to buy an animal-friendly watch, look for materials such as vegan leather, silicone, nylon, and metal.