Another Earth Day is round the corner. The people around the world are now busy with evaluating their green acts throughout the year to understand how much they have contributed towards minimizing the devastating effect of Earth’s climate change. They are also estimating what more they need to do to let Mother Nature live green and breathe green. Innovating ways are coming out every day to decrease use of non-renewable resources.
Industries which held the major responsibility of degrading earth’s environment are now on the forefront to strengthen the green campaign. They are coming up with technologies that make use of recyclable and renewable natural resources. The latest addition to this green parade is the all new eco-friendly wrist watches from Sprout Watches. The company launches its eco-friendly range of watches on this Earth Day in New York. The makers picked up all natural resources ranging from corn resins, bamboos, organic cotton to mercury-free batteries to ensure its friendliness with your skin as well as its recycling.
In a watch, the corn resin and bamboo fibers replace the usual synthetic plastic fiber, but don’t let you compromise with its durability. Its dial is made up with mineral crystals which are types of glass crafted from sand, so no story of synthetic plastic again. And most importantly, the watches are powered up by mercury-free batteries which ensure your skin in touch with no toxicity. They are also lead and phthalate free. Along with their all eco-friendly qualities, the watches as shown in the pictures, come with all elegant as well as highly fashionable and colorful designs.
Sprout Watches is opening pop-up shops in New York City on 22nd April, 2011, a really good news for the New Yorkers. The people around will get an opportunity to accessorize their wrists with those highly fashionable watches and go green a step forward in their daily lives from the very Earth Day of 2011, a day to take resolution to act green round the year.
The shop will be in the SoHo neighborhood at 423 West Broadway. In addition, Sprout Watches is taking part in MarcoArt and keeping their creations at Playback Clothing, Neiko Designs, Honey Pie Design, DiPalermo Body, Fourviere Hill, Kookla Lipgloss, and Knot by Gran’ma to reach as many people as possible. They have announced to donate part of their earnings from sale to promote activities of New York Restoration Project, the New York City chapter of the Surfrider Foundation and the River keeper.
So, people of New York, celebrate this Earth Day with Sprout Watches and help in extending their green effort to make a better Earth as you wouldn’t have a better way to commemorate the Earth Day 2011.