Treat Your Watch to GemSafe this Spring!

Treat Your Watch to GemSafe this Spring!

According to a recent article in Town & Country Magazine, “Women’s watches were traditionally designed to be dainty and jewelry-like, and ladies who wanted a more utilitarian look had to resort to men’s watches. But now there is no need to dip into the men’s section. Classic brands like Rolex and Cartier are offering the full gamut of styles.”

Cheers to different styles and fashion choices this spring! At Gemsafe, we’re all about variety. But there’s one thing every fine watch should have in common and that’s jewelry insurance!

Whether your watch is an heirloom treasure or makes a modern statement, it is much more than a fashion accessory. Your watch is a valuable possession that deserves full insurance coverage against loss, damage, or theft. Unfortunately, until recently, jewelry insurance was too expensive or didn’t provide the flexibility that allowed you to insure just one prized piece.

That’s all changed thanks to GemSafe, the affordable online jewelry coverage. 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.

With GemSafe, costs are kept down because policyholders are only purchasing the coverage they need for a single piece of jewelry. And signing up for GemSafe couldn’t be easier. 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.

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 prefer a classic, casual, or cutting-edge watch, discover the peace of mind that comes with GemSafe. For more information, visit www.GemSafe.com.