Our philosophy

NACHHALTIG & ZEITLOS SCHÖN


OUR POCKET WATCHES

We attach great importance to details and regional suppliers. Because our philosophy is: With Waidzeit you have a piece of alpine lifestyle. Therefore it is very important for us to create a regional reference with our Waidzeit design products. We succeed in this, for example, with the wooden cases of the pocket watches made of oak, walnut and Swiss stone pine. These are manufactured by WIEDEMANN in Haus im Ennstal. Our competent partner produces optimal cases for our pocket watches and takes up the challenge of wood with great pleasure!



OUR BAGS OUT OF LODEN

Regionality plays an important role not only in the design products, but also in the gift packaging.  The loden bags for the wooden clocks and glasses are manufactured directly in Haus im Ennstal and the loden used for them is sourced from Steiner1888 in Schladming.


PRESENTATION OF OUR WOOD PRODUCTS

From individual displays for watches to old wood displays and elegant jewellery displays - the displays for the presentation of watches, glasses and jewellery are produced in the Lukas Lettmaier turnery in Weißenbach near Haus. Here every product is perfectly staged.



OUR WOODEN PACKAGING

And the wooden packaging for e.g. pocket watches, alpine watches and Swiss stone pine watches is produced by the Stangl joinery in Pruggern and by the Simonlehner joinery in house. The wood used is spruce, which is very suitable for processing. 


LODEN & TEXTILE WATCH STRAPS

Of course, the unique loden watch straps and the successful textile watch straps made of classic traditional apron fabric also come from the region - namely from the artist Zaumgschwanzt from Irdning. They are manufactured with great attention to detail.


WOODEN ELEMENTS FOR THE PRESENTATION

The wooden elements for the brand new "Wildfang" jewellery line are also produced in small batches in a woodturner's workshop in Dorf Gastein in elaborate handicraft.

 

 

 

WOOD SPECIES

Many of the used wood species are also native and so e.g. the Swiss stone pine wood comes from the parental agriculture of Michaelerberg.

 

You can find more information about the wood species in the customer service section.