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Re: how do you store your watches

on Tue Jan 10 2017, 14:28






The inner core of the Guardian is made from carbide, covered with aramide carbon fabric and polycarbonate. The lid is a miniature safe door with a three-digit key lock.

The Guardian is also equipped with a GPS tracking device, and can thus be precisely located around the globe.

It can be customised in an endless array of covering materials. The retail price is €12,000 for the calfskin covered version while the crocodile version is €14,500.
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Re: how do you store your watches

on Tue Jan 10 2017, 14:41
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The inner core of the Guardian is made from carbide, covered with aramide carbon fabric and polycarbonate. The lid is a miniature safe door with a three-digit key lock.

The Guardian is also equipped with a GPS tracking device, and can thus be precisely located around the globe.

It can be customised in an endless array of covering materials. The retail price is €12,000 for the calfskin covered version while the crocodile version is €14,500.

Not something that could be found in Lidl then. lol!

Always wonder with such things whether the people buying it want it to safely store very expensive watches or is it just as an expensive accessory that they can afford to have as something different. Possibly it could be a mixture of both. Shocked
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Re: how do you store your watches

on Tue Jan 10 2017, 15:36
I like the idea Steve it reminds me of a portfolio roll for carrying architects drawings . It is just a tad over my price bracket though lol!
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Re: how do you store your watches

on Wed Jan 11 2017, 19:51
had great fun with the pick n pluck sponge tonight and hre is the finished product I am really pleased with it





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Re: how do you store your watches

on Wed Jan 11 2017, 20:01
That looks spot on John, well done. Shows off your great collection of watches perfectly. Very Happy
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Re: how do you store your watches

on Wed Jan 11 2017, 20:03
daff62 wrote:That looks spot on John, well done. Shows off your great collection of watches perfectly. Very Happy

thankyou but don't you mean SOME of my collection I still have some more in another storage box Embarassed Embarassed
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Re: how do you store your watches

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daff62 wrote:That looks spot on John, well done. Shows off your great collection of watches perfectly. Very Happy

thankyou  but don't you mean SOME of my collection I still have some more in another storage box Embarassed Embarassed

All the more to enjoy swapping round in your new box John.
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Re: how do you store your watches

on Sun Jan 15 2017, 09:10
This I one of mine and the other is the safe Very Happy

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Re: how do you store your watches

on Sun Jan 15 2017, 09:39
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I missed this post. I need one of those !

In my original post I had also forgotten about my "Blue Peter" box. Converted from a presentation wine box.



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Re: how do you store your watches

on Sun Jan 15 2017, 12:07
In my original post I had also forgotten about my "Blue Peter" box. Converted from a presentation wine box.



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Very nice, both the box and the watches
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Re: how do you store your watches

on Sun Jan 15 2017, 12:08
Iceblue wrote:This I one of mine and the other is the safe Very Happy


i like that box, i find with a lot of purpose made storage boxes the spaces arent wide enough so the sides of the watches all touch each other..............that does not do mt OCD any good at all Shocked
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