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    Has anybody bought either of these off amazon?
    Thoughts on them?


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    Keep in mind on the sizes of your watches while buying storage boxes. The last picture you have shown looks like it would not accommodate a couple 42mm whatches side by side. I have found this to be the biggest issue to buying watch boxes on line, if they have smaller slots for watches a 10 watch box can soon become a 5-6 because you can’t put them side by side without rubbing on each other.
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    If you buy a winder for multiple watches you might want to keep something's in mind with cheaper winders. This is my lessons learned.

    1) don't buy winders with more than one watch on the same motor, each watch cant have its own speed settings and they can rub against each other if they are 40 + mm

    2) some winders only have one speed, it's best to wind your watch at the recommended turns per day.

    3) some winders have multiple motors but only one speed adjustment so if there are 3 motors they allow to adjust tpd but it applies to all motors.

    My 2 cents

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    https://m.costco.ca/Boxy-Fancy-Brick...100293191.html

    Costco also sells boxy.
    Great return policy. Had to send one back once bc it stopped spinning.
    And they're expandable....this hobby is dangerous....lol.

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    For a storage box I just picked up a Wolf 6 piece box for $63 from Amazon and am quite happy with it. It's stackable too so I can buy a another 6 piece compatible tray for about $43 from Amazon if I add more pieces.

    The pillows are nice and soft and my straps/bracelets close over them perfectly. I've had Wolf products in the past and I'm confident this one will last.
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    Don't buy a box that has more spaces than you have watches. Those empty pillows will tease you, saying "Fill me."


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    I switched from a watch box to leather watch roll last year. I wanted something I could stash away easier or use to transport. A watch box is hard to stash in a safe.

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