Recycled plastic watch | Nebula
First watch ever made of recycled plastic bags
You just found a unique item, made from recycled materials. This watch represents a concept, a philosophy and a way of doing things: ethically, responsible and circular.
- A new planted tree for every watch sold
- 100% Recycled plastic bags
- Citizen® movement
- 1-year warranty
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EVERY ITEM IS AS UNIQUE AS YOU
Because we use real recycled materials, every item is slightly different, that means is unique and specially made for you.
MADE OF 100%RECYCLED PLASTIC BAGS
ONE SIZE FITS ALL
FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE EU
14 DAYS FREE TRIAL
A NEW PLANTED TREE FOR EVERY WATCH SOLD
Federico (founder), being a sailor saw all the plastic floating around the world and decided to do something. We started retrieving plastic bags from polluted rivers in Córdoba, Argentina, recycling it, keeping it away from rivers and nature.
How to recycle a Waltic watch?
OPTION 1: Deliver it back, get a 30% discount.
If you are in Europe or the UK you can email us to email@example.com notifying us, we'll ask you to deliver it back to us. Once we have a confirmation of the delivery, you get a discount of 30% off in a new one.
OPTION 2: Recycle it by yourself, get a 40% discount. Learn how to in RECYCLE
We've been at Dutch Design Week
We earned the Talent Pressure Cooker 2019 given by Bio Art Laboratories, having the opportunity to present our work during Dutch Design Week, the most famous design fair in Northern Europe. It was a unique chance to perform our project and test the impact with final users.
Why a watch?
What a better way to communicate a message than interacting with an object, the fact is: we are running out of time, we should be wise about what we do with it. I'm giving you a watch that reminds you it's time to act! Now the clock is ticking, literally.
The plastic bag is considered a non-recyclable plastic. Why?
Because it depends on every city recycling infrastructure whether they do something or not, most of the recycling companies around the world don't recycle them because it's not profitable.
Around 160.000 plastic bags are produced every second worldwide, and only 1% of them is recycled. What happens with the rest?