Better energy for better times.

"We believe big changes start with small actions that don’t compromise one’s lifestyle and habits."


It all started with a simple, yet ambitious vision.

A few years back, university friends Samuel Leroux and Alexandre Desabrais embarked on a journey to find a business idea with a positive impact. Watch enthusiasts at heart, they analyzed the sector, fueled by curiosity and a desire for change. This led them to challenge the status quo of an industry rooted in overconsumption.


A no-compromise approach

Since the beginning, Solios aims to prove that it is possible to reconcile design, elegance and sustainability. No compromise here: each timepiece features carefully curated materials, ethical processes and, most and foremost, timeless and minimalist aesthetics.

That’s what we call a small accessory with a big impact.

A bright idea doesn't happen overnight. Ours took years of discovery and ambition. Here's our story...

Where thoughtful design, sustainability & solar come together.

Thoughtful design

A perfect blend of minimalism and elegance, to make sure your watch will adorn your wrist for years to come.

Sustainable practices

Every component of a Solios watch has been carefully curated with Mother Earth in mind. We are pretty sure she would approve.

Solar Movement

Powered by a clean, renewable energy to avoid planned obsolescence, and encourage a brighter, greener future.

Always looking at the bigger picture of sustainability.

Proud to say we are the first.

Proud to say we are the first.

We created Solios with the burning desire to make the world a better place: getting a B Corp certification was therefore a no brainer. We are now proud to say that we are the first watch company to get the certification.

Making tomorrow better and greener

Giving back at the core of our values

All of Solios’ partnerships are built around a shared vision: to make the world a better place. Thanks to the Rainforest Trust’s unique and cost-effective approach, we can ensure efficient and sustainable results when it comes to the long-term protection of endangered lands.

Renewable energy at its best

Soak Up the Sun

Have you ever had a watch sitting on its own in one of your drawers? Opting for a solar-powered watch could prevent the production of 1 billion toxic batteries.