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Anyone who travels frequently for business or pleasure should make sure they keep their designer watches safe.
A number of travel experts spoke to USA Today to offer tips in a bid to encourage people heading on a trip soon not to become victims of theft.
Kevin Korterud, a senior manager in consulting, told the news provider it is important to look out for scams, as many robbers now target expensive watches from people on the streets.
"It's common for two thieves to work as a team. One asks the time and the other grabs the timepiece when you raise your arm to look," he warned.
Meanwhile, business traveller Rich Hoskinson said if there is any doubt about security on trips, it is wise to leave valuable or much-loved items at home.
With many brands now offering affordable watches, it may be a good idea to purchase a second timepiece just for holidays or trips.
Timex or Casio could be great brands to start with for this purpose.
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