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Custom Acrylic Watch Glorifier.

Oakley-olic

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As with most of my projects I start with only an idea, no real plan. They sort of get engineered on the fly and many times are far different than the idea. This started out to be a restore/mod of the small Oakley watch glorifier. The fake leather had deteriorated. I was going to replace the strips with a acrylic sheet and drill holes for the watch stand. The Acrylic shop didn't have time for a one off so he handed me a larger 1 1/2" rough sawn block. After block sanding, adding a beveled edge and polish this is where I am at. It can be configured from 1 - 14 watches plugging empty holes with the rivets. Working on some ideas for the risers. Will update as it evolves.

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As with most of my projects I start with only an idea, no real plan. They sort of get engineered on the fly and many times are far different than the idea. This started out to be a restore/mod of the small Oakley watch glorifier. The fake leather had deteriorated. I was going to replace the strips with a acrylic sheet and drill holes for the watch stand. The Acrylic shop didn't have time for a one off so he handed me a larger 1 1/2" rough sawn block. After block sanding, adding a beveled edge and polish this is where I am at. It can be configured from 1 - 14 watches plugging empty holes with the rivets. Working on some ideas for the risers. Will update as it evolves.

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Wow. :shock:
 

Rusty M

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As with most of my projects I start with only an idea, no real plan. They sort of get engineered on the fly and many times are far different than the idea. This started out to be a restore/mod of the small Oakley watch glorifier. The fake leather had deteriorated. I was going to replace the strips with a acrylic sheet and drill holes for the watch stand. The Acrylic shop didn't have time for a one off so he handed me a larger 1 1/2" rough sawn block. After block sanding, adding a beveled edge and polish this is where I am at. It can be configured from 1 - 14 watches plugging empty holes with the rivets. Working on some ideas for the risers. Will update as it evolves.

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Can't wait to see how this turns out!!
 

Rusty M

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Thanks all!! If I make 2 more I could display all my watches at the same time.:)


Me too!! Headed to a metal scrap yard tomorrow for some stainless to make the risers.
I need one for 3 watches lol haha! I really think this is going to look awesome!! After this we need to figure out a way to display all of our bezels!!
 

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