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Another wooden Tokyoflash timepiece emerges, the Maru (video)

Tony Stark's favorite timepiece is going natural with Tokyflash's wood Maru. From the looks of them though, the only change between the maple and red sandalwood variants and last year's metal model is they no longer resemble something we'd see on our favorite genius / billionaire / playboy / philanthropist. The inner facing-hand still points to the hour, the outward pointing-hand remains associated with minutes and the Maru continues to use a standard battery for power. It may have a wooden band and case, but we're almost positive you'll still have to take it off at airport security. If you want to test our theory, this Maru is $99 for the next 48 hours and $129 after that.