You’ve got your first-class ticket (or economy plus, if you’re savvy), your carry-on bag, your guidebook and TSA-friendly attire. You’ve already invested so much in making sure your travel plans go off without a hitch; assuming you’ve also invested plenty in your timepieces, it makes sense to go the extra mile and bring along a few travel essentials for taking care of your collection on the go.
GP Watch Roll
Our own deep-navy Horween leather roll features a soft suede interior. Ideal for traveling with one (or four) of your favorite timepieces.
Cloth Addiction Microfiber Cloth
A plush, high-quality microfiber cloth is a must for polishing off any dust or smudges your watch may accumulate.
Bergeon Spring Bar Tool
Bergeon’s stainless-steel watch tool has a precise 1mm tip for making strap and bracelet changes quick and easy while on the fly.
IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Top Gun Miramar
IWC’s tribute to TOPGUN — the Navy’s elite strike fighter instructor program (not the movie) — is a rugged yet handsome take on the pilot’s watch. Despite its seemingly large 44mm case, its lightweight ceramic construction should wear comfortably on any trip (and every trip to come).
Da Luca Chromexcel Leather Nato
A backup strap, made from Horween’s rich Chromexel leather, that can pull off both formal and casual situations.
WOLF Module 4.1 Watch Winder
A compact watch winder won’t take up much space in your luggage, and will keep a large watch collection ticking during a long trip.
22mm Stainless Steel Spring Bar Pins
Since a spring bar may go rogue when changing straps midflight, be sure to keep a few extras on hand.