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by Michael DiMartini July 22, 2020 3 min read

I know what you're thinking, “I can live without a watch pouch” but the truth is it will be a game changer. Here is why: now your priceless investment has a home while it is not on your wrist. When you realize that sticking your Rolex in an old sock is like parking your vintage Porsche in the worst part of town, you realize you can’t (or at least you shouldn’t) live without a watch pouch. With a watch pouch you will have peace of mind. The damage or even loss to an item that is now irreplaceable is well worth the $25.00 of an Everest Watch Pouch.

rolex watch pouch

Everest’s design team first saw the idea directly for a watch pouch from Rolex and Tudor. When Rolex services your watch they send it back in the exact same size pouch that we create and offer on our website. Unfortunately, Rolex’s service pouches are made of a velvety material that we are not that fond of. However, the material we use is extremely similar to the inside of a Rolex box (a unique material made in Switzerland that cleans and removes smudges). Additionally, we add a rectangular piece that slides in between the bracelet and case back so your clasp doesn't scratch the case back. Our goal is to keep your watch safe, both from outside hazards and even from damaging itself while inside. 

watch pouch

Just for a moment, do realize that every scratch, ding, dent or crack on your Rolex will cost you money in the long run. The more it is damaged the more it will decrease in value and will cause you to have a higher service repair cost. Also remember that selling a watch is usually a mess if the watch is in rough condition. So, that $25 spent now could save you thousands of dollars over the next few years. No matter what, keeping your watch safe will save you both money and frustration.

As an avid traveler, I usually bring 1-3 additional watches along with me. Also, I like to pack light and try and keep everything (especially my watches) as close to me as possible. So, a bunch of Everest Watch Pouches are what carry all of my watches in either my briefcase or my carry-on. I can easily keep them compactly kept without damage and it looks a lot better than how I used to pack watches—in a smelly old sock. On my last trip to Europe I accidentally dropped my briefcase off an edge of a bridge over a walkway. I damaged my laptop and a glass toy for my daughter, but my watch collection was in perfect shape due to the unique, protective, and durable design of our pouches.

watch pouch

We know that you have a lot of options to keep a watch in while it's in your briefcase, luggage, or in your dresser but an Everest watch pouch is the best by far. We are watch guys and when it comes to the items we sell on our website we aim to create absolute perfection. Why? Because we use them too and we stand behind every spring bar, strap and watch pouch we sell. Also, we sell them in five colors of leather and they are incredible!!! Check them out HERE.

Michael DiMartini
Michael DiMartini

Michael is the creator of the Everest strap system.



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