Prominent for its unique timepiece, Matoa reveals new expansion to their wooden watches collection. Named from a national park in Lampung, the Way Kambas Limited Edition is introduced as a homage to nature and as a mean to support the preservation of Sumatran Rhino which is one of the five species of rhinos that nearly extinct.

Way Kambas is crafted with both functionality and aesthetically in mind. First of all, the watch is made of ebony from Makassar, with a thickness of 10-16 mm with a soft and supple surface. It also features Quartz Seiko VD78 movement for the very first time, augmenting a second subdial just above the number six. For the finishing touch, the scratch-resistant K1 crystal and hand-polished brass spacer are implemented for added durability. Watch the promotional video below and cop yours now through their website.

Matoa's Way Kambas Serves as a Support for the Preservation of Sumatran Rhino
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