If you’ve been around watches for any amount of time, you’re no doubt aware of Wolf, as they make a wide variety of winders and watch storage boxes to keep your collection organized and in good shape. Many brands focus on things that look sleek and sterile (say, metal and polished acrylic) or fit into your leather-filled den. What if you want something a bit warmer to fit in with earthier tones? That’s where the Wolf Cortiça Collection would be a fit.

Though the three items feel a bit more organic in nature (given that sustainably grown Portuguese cork), you do get a nod to modern aesthetics with chrome accents and sharp corners (courtesy of the overall hexagonal theme that the collection has). Inside the three pieces, you’ve got a recycled canvas done up in khaki green.

As we mentioned, the Wolf Cortiça Collection has three pieces in it. The hexagonal roll is an adjustable 3-spot roll; the lid itself rolls out giving you a sort of valet tray area to set things down (so perhaps more for travel purposes); there’s also a hidden capsule for storing cufflinks or other jewelry. For the 4-spot case, that’s your classic watch box, albeit a bit more compact (which I appreciate) approach to the 4-slot storage and display case.

And then, finally, you’ve got the single-spot winder, which can be powered by either plugging it in, or off of a set of AA batteries (handy if you want to have it where you don’t have an outlet available). All in all, it offers a really great, warm look that we’re not used to seeing in watch accessories, and we’re definitely fans. The winder comes in at $505, the 3-spot hexagonal box is $299, and then the 4-spot box is $369. Check out the full Wolf Cortiça Collection over at wolf1834.com

ByPatrick Kansa

A big data developer and leader with a penchant for gadgets, books, watches and beverages. You can find my work on WristWatchReview, Knapsack.News, and Slushpile. If you're on Twitter and/or Instagram, you'll find me there as @PatrickWatches.

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