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Accurist Watch Boxes, Cases and Winders

In a variety of shapes and sizes, Accurist watch boxes, cases and winders perfectly complement Accurist wristwatches . The Accurist brand is proudly British, producing high quality timepieces and accessories, both durable and aesthetically pleasing.

Accurist watch boxes

Accurist watch boxes have sharp angles and straight lines giving them a contemporary feel. They are available in colours from white to green and can be instantly recognised by their distinctive Accurist branding, appearing both inside and outside the box. While many boxes feature the notorious 'A' logo on the outside, they also tend to have the logo plus 'Accurist London' printed on the inside of the upper lid.

Uses of accurist boxes

Accurist watch boxes are primarily used for displaying individual items and gift sets. They are ideal for keeping your favourite watch safe, but also improve the overall presentation when giving someone a gift.

Watch cases also provide adequate protection should you ever need to transport your watch from A to B. Cases can be kept open on a bedside table for ease of access or snapped shut to protect watches from dust. Many can simply be pulled open, whereas others require you to press a button.

The dimensions of Accurist watch boxes differ and while some are empty, others come with watch and jewellery stands to ensure all inner items are displayed as beautifully as possible. Watch cases typically have some kind of sponging or a watch pillow to prevent them being scratched. This also adds to the overall presentation of such wrist accessories.

Watch winders

Many watches need to be wound to allow for accurate timekeeping. If the mainspring is not wound as required, the timepiece can slow down. While many watches are wound manually, an automatic watch winder ensures your watch is always ready to go. Winders are particularly useful if you have an automatic or self winding watch.

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