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    Re: Watch Storage Methods

    The vinyl pouches that is


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    Re: Watch Storage Methods

    Quote Originally Posted by gohmdoree View Post
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    I find them on eBay (are you surprised?)
    Search "clear PVC jewelry wallet" and a couple sellers come up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vioviv View Post
    Mine are unfortunately hidden away, inside travel cases which go inside a locked cabinet. We have too many random people in and out of our house, and even if my watches aren't particularly valuable or precious, I know too many people who have had things lifted from their homes.

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    For the stuff currently being worn, I love these clear plastic jewelry pouches. They're stiff enough to offer some protection in case of being dropped, or being scuffed if I stick them inside a drawer or my bag or glovebox, and clearly they're clear so it's easy to see what's inside.

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    Someday I'd love to have mine out in a watch box, and I've been meaning to add a deadbolt to my closet, but just not the highest thing on my to do list.
    Those jewelry pouches are a great idea! Thanks for posting that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vioviv View Post
    I find them on eBay (are you surprised?)
    Search "clear PVC jewelry wallet" and a couple sellers come up.
    I will get me some of these, that's a great idea to keep them in these pouches. Thanks for the tip

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