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Old Today, 07:42 AM   #1
Trek737
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Watch boxes...

I'm in the market for a new watch box. My Volta watch box interior is falling apart.

I would prefer a glass top and a wood case like the Savoy 10 piece by Wolf. But a person on Amazon wrote a review saying the watches fall to the bottom of the slot and do not sit up.

https://www.wolf1834.com/item/461610...e-watch-boxes/

So if you would I would like to see what others are using and your thoughts on what to buy. I'm looking for an elegant box to hold and display by watches.

Photos and ideas are greatly appreciated...

Thanks in advance,
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I have the 5 spot version of the one you posted. I've had it for a couple weeks and can say I am quite happy with it. The watch pillows fit pretty snug, so I am not too worried about the watches sitting too low. Here are a couple pics.
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What are you storing for watches? If youíre just looking for plain stationsrt storage, it doesnít really matter much. If youíre looking for something thatís going to keep your watches moving to replenish the power reserve, there are a lot of options out there.

The industry has come a long way. A few years ago, those less expensive watch winders often had loud motors. Thatís not really the case anymore. Even very modestly priced cases have very quiet motors that are fully selectable and even remote controlled now.

A guy I know got a Chinese version of a Wolf case. It was about 1/4 the price and itís illuminated, remote controlled, dead quiet, has the locking sleves to makes sure the watches do not fall out. It even has the removable travel Watch case/holder to take an extra watch on the road with you while traveling. I think he got it from amazon.
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I have a Wolf and love it. Iím not sure the model but for the money they are great. I actually need to get a smaller case as I downsized my collection. Wolf goes on sale regularly and I think they are about as good as you can get at their price point
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