Multiple watch case

Multiple watch case

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Does anyone still keep the packaging that your watch comes in? A lot of folks don’t. Some owners discard them for convenience and in turn keep their timepieces in a special display box. When it comes time to sell, your watch will be unique if you have kept your box and documentation in good shape, and rarity is one of the elements that raise the value of a product. 


Multiple watch case

What is a multiple watch case?

A watch case is a container that protects the watch’s movement. Cases are available in many shapes, such as round, square, oval, and rectangular. A multiple watch case allows you to keep multiple watches in one beautiful case.

Why do you need a multiple watch case?

If you are a watch owner, you need to make sure that your timepieces are housed in a durable and attractive case. The ability to store numerous timepieces in one case makes it easier for you to keep your watches organized. A watch case features cushioning inside to safeguard your watches even if they fall.


History of watch cases.

For many years, watchmakers only built watch cases out of expensive metals like gold, silver, and platinum. These valuable metals were widely available hundreds of years ago. The early connections between the watchmaking and jewellery industries can be seen in the use of gold, silver, and platinum in watchmaking. Gold was once the most popular material for watch cases, but that position was lost in the 20th century.


Case materials have continued to advance quicker than ever throughout the latter half of the 20th century and the early 21st century. Titanium was first used by watchmakers in the 1970s. Even though it is more lightweight and resilient than stainless steel, it might cost more. Bronze is a surprising and newly developed watchmaking material. Last but not least, ceramic is one of the newest materials used in watchmaking.


Materials used in watch cases.

The watch casings of IFL Watches are made of supple EPI leather and lined with Alcantara. The pillows can be quickly attached and detached using snap buttons handmade in Italy’s Tuscany. The substance is extremely durable, water-repellent, and scratch-resistant. These features make the item perfect for storage and travel.


They create their high-end leather watch cases to endure a lifetime. When you wish to travel with your watches, they make the ideal storage. They are also compact enough to fit inside a safe. Each watch case includes protective partitions to prevent the timepieces housed within from touching one another. The optimum protection is one cushion per watch.


Different sizes of watch cases.

Watch casings come in various sizes and shapes. A box form is the most typical shape for watch casings. A watch case can range in size from being small enough to contain one watch to being large enough to carry up to twelve watches or even more. Multiple watch cases have multiple compartments, so they are bigger in size than your average watch cases.

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