Mar. 4th, 2013

Pinel & Pinel Watch Cases for Safe Keeping

Photos Courtesy of Pinel & PInel
Luxury watches are a great accessory to have on hand — fashionable and functional, an exquisite timepiece can add class and sophistication to any outfit. Whether you're headed to a business meeting or dinner at a lavish restaurant, adding a timepiece into the mix is a great way to showcase your personal style in a subtle yet definitive way.

To ensure the longevity and safety of these wardrobe staples, it is important to take the proper precautions. Anyone that has invested in a luxury watch knows that the best way to keep their Rolex, Patek Philippe or Parmigiani in tip-top shape is to also be mindful of how you treat it while it is not on your wrist. Haphazardly tossing your timepiece on the nightstand or dresser after a long day will certainly have a negative effect on its ability to properly function, as well as its overall appearance.

As a well-known French purveyor of luxury and high-end crafted leather goods, Pinel & Pinel has created its own handmade watch cases in an array of festive hues. Crafted in the brand's Montmartre workshop just north of Paris, these sturdy leather cases provide a stylish way to store, transport, and care for your treasured timepieces.

For an advanced solution to wind both mechanical and automatic timepieces, these cases house top-of-the-line Swiss Kubik watch winders. With a wide variety of 51 colors for both men and women to choose from, these fully customizable cases would be a useful accessory for the avid traveler or dedicated watch collector.

Pinel & Pinel provides calfskin cases that store up to four watches for €6,000 (approximately $7,892) and cases that hold up to eight watches go for €7,600 (approximately $9,995.)
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