Convert Wristwatch to Fob or Stand?

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    Convert Wristwatch to Fob or Stand?

    I have several large wrist watches that would better be carried in a pocket, or propped up on a surface like a small desk clock. Are you folks aware of any conversion device that would do this?

    That is: some sort of strap or hinge or stand that uses the wrist watch's existing lugs, but converts it for non-wrist use?

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    Re: Convert Wristwatch to Fob or Stand?

    A triangle piece of wood, like those old carved nameplates, with some MN or NATO straps might look pretty good if done right.


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