expired 8 or 6 Slot Watch Box $19.99 Jewellery & Cufflink Cases $19.99 @ ALDI

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6 Slot Watch Box $19.99

  • Glass window on lid
  • With 6 pillows to store watches on
  • With 1 lock and key
  • Approximate dimensions: 29.50 x 10.5 x 7.80cm

8 Slot Watch or Glasses Box $19.99

  • Glass window on lid
  • With 8 pillows to store watches on
  • 1 removable divider to store 2 pairs of glasses
  • With 1 lock and key
  • Approximate dimensions: 20.5x 19.5 x 8.0cm

Cufflink Case $19.99

  • 15 equally small compartments for cufflink storage
  • With 1 lock and key
  • Approximate dimensions: 20.0 x 12.3 x 5.5cm

Jewellery Case $19.99

  • With a glass window on the top of lid
  • The top layer with ring rolls, earring slot and an empty compartment
  • Approximate dimensions: 21.2 x 15.80 x 11.50cm

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We will refund or replace any non-food specials within 60 days. Please provide your original receipt (or other proof of purchase), ideally with packaging.
And these should have a one year warranty.
Complete Catalogue Here (page 11 has the watch case)

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  • +9 votes

    6 slots? You’ll need about 28 of these OP

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    what's a watch?

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    Only have one watch, but I might get it anyways, still waiting on a good deal for the STO Samurai.

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    Aldi just get more and more random .

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    Thanks OP, we are just waiting for Aldi to release their next gen lawn mowers

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    Hey ALDI waiting on a deal on some good quality car GPS units!

  • +1 vote

    The ribbon looks cheap. I prefer ones with real hinges, such as https://www.amazon.com.au/Watch-Box-Case-Men-Display/dp/B07G.... Be warned - empty slots in the box need to be filled, it's a form of OCD, a very expensive form.

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    Strange, would have sworn the Queensland catalogue had these listed for $29.95.

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    I have a solid wooden box that'll most likely last longer than me. But one of these will do if you're on a budget or just starting out. I probably wouldn't put it in direct sunlight for large amounts of time or the PLeather will go off. No issues in the shade.

    Last year they had a PU 6 slot sunglasses storage container the same size as the 15 slots one in the catalog. Like this one on Aliexpress. They are great for storing watch straps, bracelets, natos and watch tools if you have many like me.

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    If it just me or the pillows/cushions are really a pain to use?

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      You buy the firm, shaped ones cheaply on aliexpress if you don't like the pillow. For the pillows, I usually take some of the stuffing out and do the watch up tightly, after wrapping them around the pillow. Not really hard.

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    cheaper to buy this 10 slot?

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    5 slots too many for me and my Casio!

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    Making robbing a house easier!

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    OP I don't associate ALDI with quality when it comes to non perishables but then I have bought many of their items.

    I'm interested to hear about quality goods from ALDI that people might of had.

    • -1 vote

      It’s no different to Kmart/Bigw/Target etc cheap house brand stuff. Its all made in China, quality is basic, but it’s the Aldi Marketing spin with sucks most in. Just like Kmart paying news websites for these newfound ‘Kmart Hacks’. Usually gets thousands of shares.

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    How does this differ with the 6 watch case for $17.75 from ebay?

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/6-Grids-Leather-Watch-Display-Ca...

    I have had this for about 10 years and it's been fine.

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    Get the winding boxes if you have mechanical watches.

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      any recommendations? will mech watch break if not winded regularly i.e. if i just leave it 'dead'?

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        If you've got cash to burn, Wolf watch winders/boxes are the best.

        You don't need a watch winder if you have automatic watches, but it can save some time in setting the time on your watch if you haven't wound/worn them for a while. You could just do the 'Seiko shake' if you are cheap like me.

        About leaving the watch unwound for an extended period of time, the lubricants might solidify slightly and not be evenly distributed within your watch's movement. This will probably affect the accuracy and power reserve of the watch in the short term, so just wind the watch every month or so.

        If you want to keep the watch fully wound 24/7/365, you will probably put a large amount of wear on the watch's parts. This won't matter with most mechanical watches (except vintage), because you'll replace or service them every few decades. There are cheap Seiko divers which still work after being worn daily for 20 years, and with no service.

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          thanks for the info but i dont have cash to burn. after all this is ozbargain lol
          any recommendations for good value winder box?

          i bought one from ebay years ago about $80 i think and died several months ago after ~2+ years.
          so, my watch has been 'dead' for several months now. i only wear it for special occasions as i have another watch.
          bit worried it may affect its function/accuracy/longevity…

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            @OzFrugie:

            thanks for the info but i dont have cash to burn. after all this is ozbargain lol

            I understand XD

            I personally don't know of any good, affordable watch winders out there on the market. You should really think about whether or not you need the watch winder since you are adding some wear to the watch's components and draining power. Some of the other watch enthusiasts here like @WatchNerd @PJC @MathNerd should know more about this.

            You might want to check out https://forums.watchuseek.com/forum.php for some affordable watch winders. These guys are really obsessed with their watches and accessories.

            If you want to regularly wear the watch, you could wear the older mechanical every other day so that both watches are still wound. But seriously, leaving your mechanical watch unwound for a month or so will probably be mostly harmless.

            Good luck with finding that perfect watch winder!

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    Waiting on another nice tent deal from Aldi!

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    Buys expensive watches - puts them in a cheap case.
    Like covering an iPhone XS Max in a $1 silicone cover.

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      Depends… was the silicone cover on sale?

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      Ive always wrapped my iphones in $1 silicone covers. Not everything has to be expensive to be good

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        I guess the analogy he was making is that you paid $500 for the specs, $300 for the software, $200 for the tax, $100 for the marketing….and on top of that another $300 for the notch-glass styling (headphone jack not included).

        So now you are "wasting" $300 worth of "styling" by using a $1 cover.
        It apparently makes it wider, taller, thicker, heavier, weaker reception, warmer temperature, worse to feel, and "uglier"….but I guess it does it's job, since no Aussie can buy a Samsung Galaxy S-Active.

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    24 slot for $27.90 here

    And 20 slot for $25.90 here

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    I didn't even know I need this but now… OZB Y U DO DIS

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    This might just be a biased opinion from someone who has only the one watch, but this is not a deal. Multiple items with this everyday price for what is nothing more than a generic chinese product. Aldi have somehow managed to make every week exciting for shit you could get on ebay every day of the week.

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    Found an even cheaper one

    6 watch case $7.79 delivered vs. $19.99 from aldi but comes without a lock and key

    https://m.aliexpress.com/item/32895215170.html?pid=808_0000_...

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    That lock wouldn't stop marshmallow. Surely it's mostly cosmetic.

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    Darn. I need one of these. Any suggestions on a a quality watch case?

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