Bewood Unique Resin Case - Planets - Pluto - Dwarf PlanetBewood Unique Resin Case - Planets - Pluto - Dwarf PlanetBewood Unique Resin Case - Planets - Pluto - Dwarf Planet
Bewood Unique Resin Case - Planets - Pluto - Dwarf Planet
Bewood Unique Resin Case - Planets - Pluto - Dwarf Planet
Bewood Unique Resin Case - Planets - Pluto - Dwarf Planet
Bewood Unique case - a combination of wood and resin.
As you probably know, wood itself as a material is exceptional and unique. Nature has already made sure that no piece of wood is the same. The multitude of factors determining the final colour, structure or grain of the wood is practically impossible to envisage. All this already makes our wooden cases unique and it is impossible to find two identical pieces of wood.
When we add a resin to the unique wood to fill each crack and give it a colour by skillfully selecting and mixing the dyes, we get a product that is doubly unique. Just as we will not find two identical pieces of wood, so the resin, along with the whole complicated manufacturing process, the choice of proportions of dyes and finally the vision of the man who will give it its final shape and colour, is a material which cannot be produced in series.
And that is why our latest product is called Unique more...
Series sales have started!
Each series is only a few dozen pieces, when they sell out, you will not buy the same.

Delivery time from 2 to 5 business days.
Bewood Unique Case - Planets.
Wood & Resin.
We present to you our vision of wooden cases based on the 8 planets of the solar system. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune - each of these planets

Pluto is currently a dwarf planet and the brightest Kuiper Belt object. It was discovered in 1930 by the American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh. From its discovery to 2006, Pluto was officially recognized as the ninth planet of the solar system. On August 24, 2006, the International Astronomical Union deprived Pluto of planetary status, which means that the solar system currently has 8 planets. Pluto belongs to a wider group of trans-Neptune objects, that is, outside the orbit of Neptune. Pluto orbits at least five moons, one of which, Charon, is only half its diameter. The object was named after the Roman god Pluto and the originator of the name was 11-year-old Venetia Burney, who lived in Oxford. She explained her name proposal by the fact that since it is very far away and there is a very heavy frost there, let it take the name of the Roman god of the underworld - Pluto. It was officially accepted and announced on May 1, 1930. Pluto was classified as a dwarf planet because it does not meet the assumptions of the new planet definition, which is related to, inter alia, with its mass. Some of the planets' satellites have a greater mass than this: Moon, Callisto, Ganymede, Europa, Io, Titan and Triton. On the other hand, Pluto is larger than typical trans-Neptunian objects and all asteroids orbiting closer to the Sun. Pluto's crust is a mixture of frozen nitrogen, methane, and carbon monoxide ice. This dwarf planet also has ice caps and regions of frozen methane and nitrogen. This combination of elements gives the planet its colors ranging from red, through pale gold, to white. Capturing these colors was made possible thanks to the amazing photos sent in 2015 by the New Horizons spacecraft.

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8 Planets.
Our solar system, or the planetary system in the Milky Way galaxy, consists of the Sun and its gravitationally related celestial bodies - eight planets. Planets are astronomical objects orbiting a star, or stellar remnants, large enough to be almost spherical in shape and to become dominant in space around their orbit. Unlike stars shining by their own light, planets shine with reflected light. The planets are divided into two categories: large, low-density gas giants and smaller rocky planets. The studied regions of the Solar System contain, counting from the Sun: four inner rock planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars) and four outer gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune). With the exception of Mercury and Venus, one or more moons orbit each one.
Each series is only a dozen or so pieces. This guarantees the total uniqueness of the product.
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One of a kind.

Now a bit about the production process of our new cases. In order to create a case which is a combination of resin and wood we need to obtain and properly prepare pieces of wood. These can be unique, especially in Texas, such as cholla cactuses or beautiful poplar wood with a burr structure or visually stunning Indonesian suar wood. In fact, it can be any wood that will blend well with resin. In this case, we are only limited by our imagination and the possibilities of obtaining it, as we bring wood for you from all over the world.

Discarded, unnecessary pieces of wood – we give them second life.

Properly prepared wooden elements are then flooded with resin, whose unique colour is obtained by means of properly selected dyes. From this combination we produce small blocks from which we then cut the thin elements intended for the case. And it is at this point that the uniqueness of a given pattern becomes apparent.

In one series we can produce from a few to a dozen or so cases and we will inform you about it with a special counter. Also, if you like the colour combination of wood and resin, do not hesitate to buy it. Hurry up, because after buying the series, it will no longer be possible to buy a case with identical wood arrangement and resin colours. In this case, time and determination will count.
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Unique – according to the dictionary of Polish language, it is an object that is: exceptional, special, rare, one of a kind, extraordinary, unique. That is exactly what our new Unique series cases and bracelets are like – simple as that - and you will find out more below.

The most important features.

100% protection;
Made of natural wood and resin;
Light, does not thicken the phone;
• Perfectly adapted to the shape of the phone;
Anti-slip layer for a firm grip;
Carefully designed button stamps;
Compatible with front safety glass;
Manual woodworking and finishing;
Easy access to the charging socket, keys and ports;
Precision of workmanship;
We give second life to old, damaged, unnecessary, knotty pieces of wood;
Manual mixing and staining of resin;
Style and elegance;
Compatible with induction chargers, including (primarily) Bewood chargers;
Ideal combination of functionality with excellent design