Protection of valuables is essential, and now safes not only keep things secure, but they look good too
If you are tired of depending on bank working hours, if you would like to enjoy the freedom of having access to your valuables at any time that’s convenient for you, if you are searching for a sophisticated hideaway for your collection of watches or jewellery, then Stockinger safes can provide what you are looking for.
This is a new generation of safes that do not have to be hidden away. The combination of sleek, luxury design and polished handling of technology speaks for itself. Each safe is unique and custom-made to meet its owner’s individual requirements. It bears an individual identification number or the name of its owner engraved on a special name plate.
In the end, it is passion for detail that makes Stockinger safes so special. The handle is made of solid brass with either chrome or gold plating, so that it never shows any signs of wear. Exteriors can be finished in a variety of lacquers, paints, natural or artificial surfaces to suit any living environment. Similar attention has been paid to the interior fittings. Customers are offered a broad choice of high-quality materials. Every piece of jewellery and every watch can be measured in order for Stockinger to manufacture customised trays for individual storage of valuables.
30 different teams of trained specialists and craftsmen participate in the production process to provide the customer with a unique piece of art, made for life-long use.
Stockinger also guarantees the best personal service and confidentiality. Wherever in Europe you may be, if required a Stockinger consultant will pay you a visit and give you professional advice to help you find the very best solution suitable for your individual needs. “Our passion lies in manufacturing an ultimate safe: as secure as a bank vault, as precise as a prestige timepiece, as beautiful as art,” says Dominik von Ribbentrop, CEO of Stockinger.
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