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Old 08-11-2019, 06:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For those of you who have multiple watches where do you store them do you keep them in their own boxes or do you have a watch holder or do you just lay them on the counter once again it's for people who have multiple watches I am thinking about building a holder but I want to get an idea of what other people use.

I have about 15 so far and counting.

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One box, one winder box.

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And this thread should provide some ideas as to the various choices fellow WFs have made for storing or displaying (or both) their collections:

https://www.watchfreeks.com/18-photo...ollection.html
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For those of you who have multiple watches where do you store them do you keep them in their own boxes or do you have a watch holder or do you just lay them on the counter once again it's for people who have multiple watches I am thinking about building a holder but I want to get an idea of what other people use.

I have about 15 so far and counting.

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I have three watch boxes, one with a 4 slot winder, which I never use anymore.

I own 32 watches, hmmm maybe 35, I keep on finding ones laying around that i misplaced
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WF's:
I bought a WOW (World of Watches) watch box I was convinced could stand the
test of time. FAIL!!!
Box seemed to self destruct after 8 months. I can still attach the see thru top
but the entirety of the box needs a makeover. An accident waiting to happen!

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I have 2 Bey Berks watch boxes and 2 Heiden watch wonders for my 14 or 15 watch collection. I recommend both brands as the winders work quietly and the boxes seem sturdy and well constructed. Fairly inexpensive for the quality as well.







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You can get one of these for about $149.00 through Amazon

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I've actually started looking for an automatic watch winder like that I may just do so.

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Old 08-15-2019, 03:33 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Just toss 'em in your sock drawer.
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