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You've done well with this stand @LePallet - it's got me thinking what I need to make for my new place. Bit board of using a watch box.
I have that MVMT watch and in different colours. Love their minimalist design.
@ProjectPete cheers mate. It’s easy, looks good and efficient. I agree I’ve got a watch box and I’ve now made another one for my self.
I used Tasmanian Oak for the base and I could of used Tasmanian Oak 45mm Dowells but to save on cost for a few orders I had to make, I actually used the 43mm pine table legs from bunnings which was only $10 and it came around 700mm I think. Would of cost around $40+ if I used the pine dowel
the next few I make i have a few other cool designs run the Router around the edges
What a fantastic and unique idea!! I’ve never seen a wooden watch display like this. My partners been debating whether to buy a watch box for his collection but honestly think it’s a waste of money as he’d keep the box in his draw. Something like your design would look great having them out on display!!
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