Toxic Watch Roll - Review

Toxic Watch Roll - Review

A few months ago I was boarding a plane with my wife on our way to Italy. While I was there I ended up purchasing a watch in addition to the one that I was wearing on the trip there (pictures on the right above). This presented me with a problem... How do you carry multiple watches when you travel? Additionally, another scenario that I run into frequently is how do I get my stuff to the watch-dude hangouts we regularly have? For a long time the answer to these questions was to use a red Omega Service case. They work fine, but take up a lot of space and only allow you to carry one addition piece at a time, and if you're like my buddies and I you need more capacity then that.

Introducing the Toxic Watch Roll, a new product being offered by Terry over at ToxicNATOs. Terry is consistently introducing new products to the horological scene that fill exactly the niche that you need. There are other options for watch rolls out there, but they come at a higher price. Terry has these starting around $40, and to me that's a huge value... Not to mention they come with a spring bar tool. 

Available in 3 or 5 pocket variations, the pockets are 3" wide and roughly 6" deep. The roll itself is made of Carhart styled canvas, it's durable and strong but not to the point of being abrasive. The interior of the roll is extremely soft velvet to safely protect your stuff. 

I find these rolls perfect for two applications. The first being to carry a small collection of watches to and from a get together, OR to carry a different set of EDC gear when you travel. The idea being that you can have a watch, knife, and flashlight on your person, and an alternative set in the roll tucked away in your bag. After-all variety is the spice of life isn't it?

If you're looking for one of these shoot over to ToxicNATO's and pick one up!

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