Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe   luxury items

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Interested in a convenient way to store your watches that is also incredibly secure? If so, you’ll want to be familiar with the German luxury safe manufacture Stockinger which, has been producing beautifully designed private safes since 1978. A reputation for excellent quality and craftsmanship has even led them to exclusive partnerships with discerning brands such as Bentley and Bugatti.

For 2013 Stockinger has launched two new products: the BRABUS SV12 watch safe in cooperation with BRABUS, as well a collection of new Watch Winder Cabinets. Each product is designed to not only offer the best in design and convenience, but also to uniquely compliment your individual lifestyle.

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe   luxury items

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe   luxury items

If you haven’t noticed, Stockinger regularly works with some of the world’s most exclusive automobile makers. BRABUS is an aftermarket tuner of Mercedes Benz cars and is the subject of the latest Stockinger safe. The BRABUS SV12 is a unique, lifelong-lasting item designed to look beautiful and protect your valuables.

The BRABUS SV12 luxury watch safe comes with 12 watch winders and a design reminiscent of BRABUS supercars. The drawers are lined with red Alcantara leather, while the BRABUS logo is on the safe handle. While all Stockinger safes are made of high-grade metal, the interior cabinetry is produced from wood, carbon fiber, and leather. At its heart, the BRABUS SV12 is a device made for storage and security, though it is produced entirely from passions. With reliability in mind, all Stockinger safes are VDS tested and awarded the high-level VDS III security rating.

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe   luxury items

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe   luxury items

Stockinger has partnered with Beluwo to supply high-quality watch winders for its safes. Luxury safes intended for storing timepieces benefit from having internal automatic watch winders so that your timepieces are ready to go each time you access your collection. Each individual Beluwo watch winder can be programmed for a specific watch based on a database of model specifications that currently includes information on over 8,000 watches. The winders further employ a 16 hour active phase along with 8 hours of rest, and are set using a smartphone or tablet computer. Perhaps the most considerate feature of the watch winders in each Beluwo-equipped Stockinger safe is that the watches are set to face upright (the 12 o’clock) position when they are not winding.

In addition to the new BRABUS SV12 safe, Stockinger has released a new collection of luxury Watch Winder Cabinets available in various sizes to fit either two, six, or ten automatic timepiece winders. The Watch Winder Cabinets can be fully customized and are available in various woods or carbon fiber and metallic exteriors. These can be placed anywhere in one’s home and operate virtually in silence.

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe   luxury items

Stockinger Luxury Watch Winder Cabinets & BRABUS SV12 Safe   luxury items

Stockinger luxury safes and watch winder cabinets are a sweet treat for Christmas or all year long. The Watch Winder Cabinet collection pieces start at 2,400 € for the smallest version and the BRABUS SV12 safe is priced at 110,000 €. stockinger.com

6 comments
spiceballs
spiceballs

Very nice and I guess if one can afford the higher-price watches then one can also afford the safe that would be necessary to keep them in.  Plus the anchorage to make sure the safe isn't removed with the whole lot in it! 

aleximd2000
aleximd2000

I think that it is too much expensive guys

or you are not able to spend your money

anyway a safe is needed or you have to figure out where to hide a watch box from thieves

Look what happened to TIIK watch CEO ( I don't know if it is the right name of the owner)

When you have the safe and the watches didn't dissapear after the unforgiven it does worth the price

If you have not protected them it is too late 

So think out

In my country you can get very good safe for about 750 dollars


SuperStrapper
SuperStrapper

I think I will buy every version, but just for a single watch. Each safe is inside a slightly larger safe. By the time the safecracker gets into the (20th?) and innermost safe, and cracks it, he has then earned the right to steal my PAM233. I made an awesome strap for it from a WWII ammo pouch. I get like, tons of compliments on it all the time. 

Ulysses31
Ulysses31

I like the small illuminated one.  If I were rich enough to afford the biggest model I might as well buy ten, have them launched from a catapult and shoot at them with lasers.  I mean, why not?

KimChang
KimChang

Ouch..110,000 € for a safe... :/

MarkCarson
MarkCarson

@KimChang Yeah, but it may be worth it. I need a secure place to put my scissors. They keep disappearing off my desk at home (and no one in my family will ever admit to 'borrowing' them and failing to return them).