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Shinola x Whalebone

Shinola x Whalebone Limited-edition Shinola x Whalebone Sea Creatures watch

Good For Ocean Dwellers and Non-Ocean Dwellers

Introducing a seaworthy collaboration between Whalebone and Shinola. This limited-edition collector’s box and watch makes the world a little better. Simply by making a purchase you set into motion a series of events that allows less plastic to find its way to the sea and more sea creatures to do their thing.

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a spinning circle of fish

The Sea Creatures Collector’s Box Includes:

  • The Sea Creatures Issue of Whalebone Magazine
  • Limited-edition Shinola x Whalebone Sea Creatures watch made from ocean-bound plastics
  • Ocean artist series limited-edition signed print by Kallie Martin
  • A rather nicely produced box to be repurposed for shell collections or other ocean-related adventures
Limited-edition Shinola x Whalebone Sea Creatures watch in the collector's box
Limited-edition Shinola x Whalebone Sea Creatures watch
hands holding plastic peices pulled from the ocean Limited-edition Shinola x Whalebone Sea Creatures watch front and back comparison

A Few good Things about the watch:

hands holding plastic peices pulled from the ocean

Cleaner oceans

Every minute a truckload of plastic ends up in the sea. Given the fact that the Earth is made up of 71% water, it’s past time to help clean it up.

Ocean-bound plastics are plastics that are close to the ocean before and/or after they end up in the water. A lot of this plastic comes within inflows during the rainy seasons from uncontrolled landfills.

By fishing these single-use plastics from our ocean and repurposing them into sustainable fashion, with #tide ocean materials, we can slow the drain on our planet’s resources and clean up the place for the creatures that live there—afterall, we’re guests.

woman working

Ethical Labor

To openly pun, is there a catch? Yes, but only from what comes out of the net.

The Sea Creatures watch straps are made from #tide ocean material—whose mission it is not only to upcycle discarded material but to provide fair and living wages to the fishermen that are trained to gather and sort plastic waste.

smiling man with shinola watch on his wrist

It looks good

Inspired by the various colors and shapes of our friends below the surface, The Sea Creatures watch has a vibrant, organic “squircle”-shaped dial with aquatic textures and details.

Oh, and it glows—SuperLumiNova lume gives the hands and indices a greenish-blue light that looks not unlike a bioluminescent bay.

No Time to Waste

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