October 05, 2020 2 min read
Back in April, we prepared for our upcoming summer adventures (within the Swedish border due to COVID-19), with a small production of watch rolls. We wanted an easy and safe way of bringing all our different models when traveling.
We shared a few shots of them on our social media and received instant positive feedback from both customers and followers. An instagram poll was made, asking if we should include them in our collection or not. We got a massive YES!
Earlier this fall we tested different colors, materials and textures. Finally we decided to produce the following three combinations:
And to make it “pop” all colors come with white contrasting stitches. Scroll down for more pictures.
Our watch rolls will be available in cognac brown, deep blue and forest green.
A watch roll will keep your watches safe when you are travelling, ensuring you that there will be no scratches or dents.
And, of course, they will look damn good on a dresser or a shelf in your home too.
Every watch roll can store up to three watches and the cylinder is easily detachable and fastened with two snap buttons. Four external magnet buttons make sure that the watch roll stays closed.
The outside is made of genuine leather and the inside is made of ultrasuede (makes it easier to keep clean than real suede).
You can also use the ultrasuede as a soft surface when you change the strap on your watch and don’t want to scratch the sapphire.
All three watch rolls will be priced at €199/$199 and will be available on Friday the 6th of November. Early Xmas gift anyone?
For now you can find the watch rolls in our category Straps.
Questions? Start the live chat or send us an email to email@example.com
This fall we tested different colors, materials and textures.
External magnet buttons make sure that the watch roll stays closed.
All colors come with white contrasting stitches.
You can use the ultrasuede as a soft surface when you change the strap.
The cylinder is easily detachable and fastened with two snap buttons.
July 15, 2020 1 min read