This is our luxurious PU 4+6 automatic rotation watch box for preserving all your fine timeless watch piece. It is attractive for its Special fashion design, First-class workmanship and high quality material. It can display tastefully winds for four watches, while offering convenient storage for an additional six watches. It’s perfect for keeping and displaying your watches whatever in a shop or on your dressing table. It’s also ideal for home jewelry decoration. It will be a great gift for any watch enthusiast. Don’t hesitant to buy it!
Feature Brand new and high quality 4+6 automatic rotation watch display storage box Special fashion design Finished with smooth lines and beautiful craft Smooth opening hinged lid Extremely silent motor Clear glass viewing window
Alternating clockwise and counterclockwise movement(Rotates clockwise for 5 minutes, rests for 15; moves counterclockwise for 5 minutes, rests for 15, and repeats.)
Specifications Color: Black Box Material: PU Leather(Surface) + Wood Board + Beads Cashmere (Lining) Overall Dimensions: 12” x 9” x 7”/ 31.5 x 23.5 x 18.5 cm(L x W x H) Removable Pillows Size: About 2 3/8"x 1 1/4" x 1 3/8"(L x W x H) Display Window Size: 10”x 6” /26 x 15.5 cm(L x W ) Watch Slots Size: 2.75" x 1.25" x 2"(L X W X H) Weight: 10 lbs
Package Include: 1 x 4+6 Automatic Watch Box 10 x Removable Pillows 1 x Power cord
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