There are as many ways to acquire a fine watch as there are clockmakers in Switzerland. Perhaps that Brietling on your wrist was passed down to you by your father. Maybe you recently treated yourself to a Rolex following a promotion at work. Or your wife “surprised” you on your anniversary with that antique Cartier you mentioned every chance you got.
Regardless of whether you’re wearing a vintage Omega or an Apple Watch with a Hermes strap, no watch wardrobe is complete until it is accompanied by the right insurance. For a growing number of young professionals, that insurance is GemSafe.
Developed by SterlingRisk, one of the nation’s top independent insurance brokers, GemSafe fills a gap for people who own an expensive piece of jewelry, such as a fine watch, but may not own a home and the insurance that goes along with it.
As millennials and people of all ages turn to a more urban lifestyle that doesn’t include homeowners’ policies, GemSafe is an option that offers affordable, comprehensive jewelry coverage. Costs are kept down because policyholders are only purchasing the coverage they need for a single piece of jewelry.
Thanks to GemSafe, there is no excuse for not safeguarding your valuable timepiece against theft, loss, or damage. With GemSafe, you simply go to GemSafe.com, upload a photo of your watch as well as a photo of your receipt or appraisal, and complete the online application. The whole process takes about five minutes.
Available in all 50 states, GemSafe covers valuables wherever you take them, anywhere in the world. It also allows policyholders to repair or replace their lost or damaged jewelry through their own jeweler, who they know and trust, without having to visit a designated dealer.
Whether you’re a casual weekend wearer or a daily diehard, your watch and you deserve the peace of mind that comes with GemSafe. For more information, visit www.GemSafe.com.