Protect Your Watch Collection In Style With A Watch Box
By Lisa Becker

Whether youíre an avid watch collector or simply own a few inexpensive watches, you need a watch box to keep your watches in good condition and functioning well. In this age of cell phones, PDAs, and car clocks, most people donít really need a watch. Men who wear watches do so because they enjoy them, maybe even collect them. If you wear watches because they suit your style, then you should treat them the same way you would a favorite shirt, even if your watches only cost $20.

Improvements in watch manufacturing and technology have produced high-quality watches that last for decades. At the same time, the price of a good watch has fallen. Even if youíre not buying a Rolex, you may find yourself owning your watch for more than a decade. A watch box ensures that your watch will stay in excellent condition while youíre not wearing it.

Watch Box Styles.


Watch boxes are also reflections of your personal style. If you particularly like steel or titanium watches, then a hard wood watch box made of maple or oak is ideal for you. If you prefer leather, crocodile, or other soft bands, then youíll probably want a leather watch case to complement your collection.

A typical watch box holds four watches on soft pillows designed to keep the bands in a rounded shape. Some boxes may store the watches folded in half or laid flat. Depending on your needs, you might want a watch box that can also hold cuff links or rings. Valet boxes, which can also hold keys and coins, often have at least one watch compartment.

Lisa Becker is an avid jewelry box collector and writes for Jewelry Boxes 123. Her expertise regarding jewelry boxes provides insight into the world of jewelry boxes and armoires. For more articles, visit Jewelry Boxes 123 Articles.

For the rest of the article, check out Watch Boxes - Advice for Collectors.

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