WOLF Watch Box

Manufacturer: WOLF 1834 | Price: £219 GBP ($280 USD, €245 EUR approx)

A mid-century inspired watch box, the WOLF Windsor combines sharp design with smooth edges. The watch box includes chrome finished hardware, locking glass cover, black pebble faux leather with textured silk lining. 10 watch slots adorn the top section, with a luxurious drawer underneath for additional storage.



  • Dimensions: Height – 14cm, Depth – 25cm, Width – 32cm
  • Case Material: Wood, Black Pebble Faux Leather, Textured Silk Lining
  • Storage: Drawer – Space for 8 Rings & 17 Cuff-Links / Watch Accessories
  • Hardware: Metal with Chrome Finishing
  • Extras: Locking Cover & Key
  • Cover Material: Glass
  • Warranty: 1 Year     Where to Buy: WOLF 1834
  • Options: Colour: Black / Black & Purple / Black & Orange |  Storage: Drawer / No Drawer (£145)

Watch Box

This watch box itself measures in at 14cm(H) x 25cm(D) x 32cm(W), which is larger than most watch boxes that I’ve experienced. Then again, this watch box does come with a drawer underneath for additional storage, which is handy. The entire box is beautifully made and feels extremely solid. Just closing the glass lid softly still has that reassuring well built feel. The watch storage compartment is all very neatly laid out and the cushions are very nicely made and sized. The spacing between each watch slot is very good and means you can fit watches in there with a diameter of up to 50mm. You’ll also notice in the image below that there is a carbon fiber style border around the entire inner edge of the watch box. Nice!
WOLF Watch Box 1

Storage Drawer

Underneath the main watch box you’ll find a pull-out drawer where there is space to safely store jewellery etc. Although, to be honest, I’m not much of a jewellery guy so I store various watch parts and accessories in there. The drawer itself is very nicely made and matches the watch section perfectly.

WOLF Watch Box 2


A fantastic watch box that is definitely what you’d call a luxury item. But then again, if you’re looking at a 10-piece watch box you’ve obviously spent thousands on your entire watch collection, so spending £219 on a watch box to keep them all together nice and safe, it’s a total bargain really, when you sit down and think about it. Don’t need the storage? Get the no-drawer option for as little as £145.
Anyway, with quality at this level, you can really see what you’re paying for, especially when you compare it to other less expensive, dare I say, “inferior” watch boxes.
A big thank you to Frida Heidewald from WOLF 1834 for sending out the watch box for review.
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