Concerned people sometimes ask, “Is Koa wood endangered, or even extinct?” The answer is a resounding “NO.” Koa wood is not and has never been on any endangered species list. There is more Koa growing in the Hawaiian Islands today compared to ten years ago.
Koa Wood Covers for iPhone & Galaxy
Our craftsmen in Hawaii designed Koa wood covers for iPhone 5S and Galaxy S5. Each of these covers comes with a magnetized flap to protect your mobile device. The flap folds back completely for convenience while using the phone. We use our own private stock of Koa from the Big Island. We hand-selected the Koa to be particularly dense. Less than 10% of all Koa is suitable for creating precise personal accessories like these covers.
Koa is a hardwood that grows only in Hawaii. We are proud to be a leader in reforesting Koa. We never cut down or use wood from trees that are cut down. We only use Koa wood from previously dead or fallen trees. For over 53, years, we have been the fine furniture maker of Hawaii, longer than any other company in the history of Hawaii. Today, we employ over 35 craftsmen in our Furniture Workshop in Honolulu, HI.