MEN’S BRONZE WATCHES
BRONZE WILLIAM WOOD WATCHES
Are you in the market for a bronze wristwatch that not only tells the time, but tells a story as well? William Wood Watches’ bronze watch collection offers a range of unique, heritage timepieces that are elegant, robust, and imbued with over 100 years’ worth of British firefighting history. Inspired by William Wood, our founder’s grandfather who served in the British Fire Service for over 25 years, each watch in our bronze automatic watch collection pays tribute to Mr Wood’s brave deeds of service and the ongoing work of brave firefighters around the world.
Browse the collection of William Wood Watches’ bronze watches for men online and find limited edition bronze gold watch options and bronze dial watches crafted from real, upcycled firefighting materials. We smelt down 1920’s brass firefighters’ helmets and use a range of other genuine materials to create our luxury timepieces that can be passed down from generation to generation with pride. There’s 100 years of firefighting history in every watch and these timepieces are designed to be worn with pride.
We’re passionate about giving back to worthy causes, and a portion of the proceeds of each bronze wristwatch sold is donated to international firefighting charities to support some of the bravest members of our societies. Every William Wood watch has history and legacy ticking through each of its components and investing in a bronze watch of your own will help you to carry this respected legacy into the future and beyond.
GIVING MATERIALS A NEW LIFE
Inside all of our watches lives a melted-down 100 year old British brass firefighter’s helmet, once worn by firefighters in the 1920’s. The helmet is set inside our watch crown or caseback and is stamped with our iconic helmet logo.
William Wood was the name of our Founder’s late grandfather. He served in the British Fire Service for over 25 years winning commendations for his acts of bravery. He was stationed at Pilgrim Street for the Newcastle and Gateshead Fire Brigade on the Blue Watch. He passed away in 2009 but his legacy lives on in our watches.