MEN’S BLACK WATCHES
BLACK WILLIAM WOOD WATCHES
Black watches for men are classic, stylish, and neutral enough to flatter any man’s sense of style. Make your black watch for men even more unique by opting for a heritage watch inspired by the bravery and valour of British firefighters.
Our range of men’s black watches has been designed not only to enhance your outfits and provide you with exceptional quality, but to pay tribute to the members of the British Fire Service and other selfless firefighters across the globe too.
Each watch is meticulously crafted from authentic, upcycled firefighting materials, ranging from genuine 1920’s firefighter helmets to fire hoses and more. Once forgotten now reborn, your watch will have an incredible legacy. Our passion for using upcycled materials ensures that you can feel good about wearing your men’s black watch while carrying a piece of history with you wherever you go.
William Wood Watches’ work is inspired by our founder’s grandfather, the late William Wood, who won numerous awards for his acts of bravery during his 25-year service with the British Fire Service. While our watches celebrate his incredible work and dedication, a portion of the proceeds from each sale is contributed to firefighting charities across the world to keep future generations safe.
Browse our men’s watches black collection online and find luxury black men’s watch options, black and gold watch men’s timepieces, and other quality watches that offer you the chance to wear a piece of real firefighting history.
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.