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The Watch Wallet

The Watch Wallet by Discommon Goods marries your most prized travel possessions – your watches and passport. Handmade in the USA from waxed Italian leather, the gorgeous travel wallet features a tweed interior, and is lined with D3O foam for outstanding impact protection. It securely holds 2 watches, and has space for your passport and other stuff such as cash, notebook and cards. It comes complete with a strap removal tool and is available in a choice of Caramel Brown, Wolf Grey, or Pebble Black.



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IWC TOP GUN PILOT WATCH | Image

IWC TOP GUN PILOT WATCH

IWC have manufactured professional aviator watches for more than 70 years, they can withstand the most violent clashes. We feature today another of their beautiful models, the Top Gun double Chronograph Pilot Watch. The watch features a case with 46-millimeter diameter, made of black high-tech ceramic, the crown, push-buttons and back cover of matte grey titanium. ...
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HEIMPLANET MONOLITH WEEKENDER | Image

HEIMPLANET MONOLITH WEEKENDER

The Monolith Weekender by Heimplanet is a versatile pack that can be used as a backpack or a messenger bag. The 40L carry-on luggage (the maximum size allowed to take on a plane) is built with extra-durable materials and comes with a extra pack sack for your shoes or your dirty clothes. It also features a M.O.L.L.E. System allowing you to customize your luggage by attaching Heimplanet´s various pouches. Grab one now from Heimplanet or from Amazon...
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TIMEX EXPEDITION WATCH | Image

TIMEX EXPEDITION WATCH

Timex mens E-Altimeter expedition watch is a must-have accessory for hikers, skiers, and climbers. The digital altimeter provides, tide, thermometer, and compass functionality with an intuitive display, while making a bold statement about your adventurous spirit. It has an altitude range of -400 to 25,000 feet....
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