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Keep your prized timepieces safe and secure with the stylish new Globe-Trotter Centenary 12-Slot Watch Case.

Whether you’re hitting the road or finding order at home, having a safe and secure place in which to store and transport your timepieces is just good sense. Sure, you might have an extensive selection and in that case, opt for specialist winding boxes and safes, but for the average lad who had collected a few watches through the years, a watch case is a savvy solution. Fortunately, British luggage brand Globe-Trotter has added to its range of watch boxes – which first launched in 2000 – with the striking Centenary 12-Slot Watch Case.

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Ideal for storing everything from that prized Patek Philippe that’s been passed down through the ages through to the latest smartwatch, the new Centenary case has room for a dozen timepieces and is essentially an extension of the iconic Globe-Trotter suitcase, being made from the same sturdy vulcanised Fibreboard in an almost identical silhouette.

Keep your prized timepieces safe and secure with the stylish new Globe-Trotter Centenary 12-Slot Watch Case.

With hand-crafted leather corners, rivets, and brass locks, the new watch case captures the essence of travel if you’re headed to distant horizons, and also looks damn stylish if you’re just claiming your territory at home. Available in both the brand’s Centenary and Deluxe colourways, the case features removable plush suede-style compartments to keep your treasured timepieces secure, as well as a hand-crafted leather handle that can ever be personalised.

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After all, it’s almost Christmas and Santa might be listening.

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