You spent hundreds, or thousands — or hundreds of thousands — on beautiful watches. Now what? Well, you need to keep them organized, accessible, and clean, that's what. And how does one do that? You could use a watch roll or pouches, sure, or keep them in their original boxes or packaging. But that ain't elegant. Instead, try one of these handsome watch boxes, each of which is made to store and preserve your most precious timepieces.
Don't have a lot to spend? No worries — this small box with glass display top will safely hold six of your watches. Made of waterproof leatherette over an MDF body, it's available in five colors and includes a locking top.
This affordable option is made of dark ebony wood, has space for 10 watches and features a clear glass top and plush black leather inserts. Gold fittings and a key lock enclosure seal the deal — or rather, the box.
This beautiful wooden watch box comes in your choice of configurations, with space for 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 watches, with or without an optional drawer. You can also choose a wooden or glass lid, and each piece is made to order.
Available in your choice of natural or dark cherry, this commemorative box isn't a dedicated watch box, but it can easily contain a small collection, as well as other commonly used EDC. Best of all, it'll looker killer sitting on your desk.
It may use faux leather, but this box from watch accessories specialists Wolf is perfect for a medium-sized collection: it features a silver textured silk lining, a valet drawer with eight ring rolls and 17 jewelry compartments, and 10-piece watch storage. And for around $200, it's a hell of a bargain.
Shinola's Watch Collector’s Box is crafted from oak and has space for four leather cushions to store your prized timepieces, and contains a leather insert on top of the lid for customizing with your initials. It’s available in natural wood color or black.
Crafted from maple with a walnut inlay and cork and khaki cotton canvas lining (say that three times fast), the Flatiron II has space for five timepieces and features brass hardware, miter joints with contrasting hardwood splines, a knurled puller and a subtle gold-foil logo.
Top grain Aniline leather outside, soft Nubuck leather inside...this may be one of the finest small watch boxes we've laid our eyes on. Two security lugs on the lid keep the box securely shut, while a modular design means that you can use the box for display or travel.
This coffin-lid style box calls to mind popular examples from the 1950s and 1960s that accompanied some of the most important watches of that era. With room for 10 timepieces, the box features a green pebble vegan leather exterior, a green ultrasuede lining, gold hardware and a matching gold foiled logo.
Though this gorgeous, oak-tanned leather case is perfect for travel, it could conceivably sit on your dresser and make for a perfect permanent home for your watches. Each case takes two weeks to make by hand, and has room for eight watches.