You’ve just saved up and bought yourself a shiny new (or vintage) watch. We’d recommend going just a bit further and setting aside some cash to spend on the extras: some straps to change things up, a winder to keep it ticking when its off your wrist, a roll for traveling and a few tools for basic maintenance. Below you’ll find the best of each.
8 Watch Winders for the Budding Collector
If your mechanical watch collection is growing, a winder is best for keeping your timepieces ticking when they aren’t on your wrist.
Cases, Rolls and Pouches for Traveling with Your Watches
A good case, roll or pouch should keep your watches safe and in order, while remaining compact enough for the rest of your on-the-road gear.
10 Great Horween Watch Straps
With both durability and a patina that wears just so, Horween leather works particularly well as a strap material for both vintage and new watches.
The Watch Owner’s Essential Toolkit
Owning a timepiece demands some hands-on TLC, and you need the right tools to make that happen.