Box for G-Shocks

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    JML
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    Box for G-Shocks

    I found an excellent box for large watches that require light for charging their solar batteries and radio frequency access for time-setting (i.e., many G-Shocks).

    I bought a *NEW DESIGN* Heiden Premier Black Leather Watch Box (6 Watches) from buywatchwinders.com.

    It works perfectly. Each slot is 1-15/16" wide, so the large watches fit, including my new GW-3000BD, and the slots are deep enough so the case closes with plenty of room to spare over the faces. The watches can access the atomic clock signal from inside the case, when it's closed up, just as well as if the watches were outside the case (the only metal in the case is found in the hinges and lock). The top is clear, so light gets in, permitting the watches to remain fully charged.

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    Re: Box for G-Shocks

    I like your purchase. I did not think of the radio signal when I recently bought an aluminum watch box. I wonder if mine will get a signal?

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