Sprout Watches Uses Biodegradable Materials and Mercury-Free Batteries

 - Feb 28, 2012
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What would it take to create the most ethical watch possible? The founders of Sprout Watches asked themselves the same question when coming up with their product. The company values transparency and shares where their materials are sourced from as well as how they're made.

"We dont believe in inflated claims with lots of exclamation points at the end (no one likes to be screamed at)," Sprout Watches says on their website. "What we do is tell you the truth about who we are, what we do and what we can & cant do to make our product more environmentally friendly. We believe in promising less and delivering more."

The watch company uses a lot of biodegradable materials in the creation of their watches, and emphasize their use of corn resin, fish leather, organic cotton, mineral crystal lenses and mercury-free batteries.

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