The Watchbox: Light brown - Large
August Sandgren and watch connoisseur, Kristian Haagen have co-created The Watchbox. The box is created for the collector of exquisite wristwatches who appreciates artisanship, simplicity and quality.
Dimensions: 28/20/7.5 cm
Material: Aniline leather on the exterior and nubuck on the interior
Colour: Exterior is light brown and the interior is dark olive
Production location: Handmade in Portugal
Logo placement: Discretely blind debossed inside the lid
Personalisation: It is not possible to deboss our textile boxes
Nothing is left to coincidence. Every detail of the collection is handheld. From the leather on the outside that resist the handling of the box and the delicate nubuck on the inside to embrace the softness and safety that represents the actual care taking of the watches, to the leather handle that makes The Watchbox possible to store in the safe or at the book shelf and to the closing mechanism that replaces the magnets, to ensure no interference with the mechanical movements in the watches.
This elegant solution is made for 9 watches and it is also available for 3 pieces. The Watchbox aspires to match the exquisite pieces that it will hold, made with a true love for craftsmanship and the best materials available.
The large box holds 9 watches or less and is the perfect choice for storing in bank box or at the house.
Free shipping in Europe on purchases above €300
Free return globally
~60% returning happy customers and close to 0% returns
Sustainable in design, production process and choice of materials
Made in Europe from European raw materials
Arrives in gift-ready wrapping
"August Sandgren makes mess pretty"
Ditte Isager, Photographer
"Boxes like these can last a lifetime"
Michael Pram Rasmussen, Senior Executive
"The precision of the craftsmanship, the proportions and the wonderful tactility of the leather is a daily joy"
Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, Architect
"It really works! My keys, receipts, cards, etc., now have a home, and I always know where to find my things in the morning"
Dago Diedrich, Senior Partner McKinsey & Company