Unrivalled Safety with Stockinger Bespoke Safes

By Rose-Hannah Lishman

Ahead of speaking with Matthias Fitzthum, CEO and Managing Partner of Stockinger Bespoke Safes, at last month's 26th annual Monaco Yacht Show, we looked at why Stockinger safes are the best solution for guarding your valuables on deck.

A brand with history and a desirable product, back in 1978 in Munich, Hans Stockinger began creating safe houses for valuable goods with a unique vision; a safe for beautiful belongings, with an equally beautiful exterior. He began to build secure systems, but also aesthetically pleasing ones too.

Now, almost 40 years later, the vision is a reality. Today Stockinger is renowned for building the world’s most reliable safes but also with a bespoke edge, blending seamlessly into contemporary and classic interiors effortlessly.

Before touching on aesthetically pleasing exteriors, the brand challenges their creations safety to a pleasing level. Its resistance grade certified by the German VDS as III, IV or even V is globally valid - a source of huge pride to the company.

Furthermore, in Switzerland, each piece is classified as SSV type cash cabinet list II or safe list I which essentially corresponds to that of banks. Combined with a patented locking system and exclusive armouring, there’s a reason why not one Stockinger safe has been opened by force since Hans Stockinger’s days.

If that's not impressive enough, the safes also feature state-of-the-art watch winders, which can each be programmed via an App separately according to the watchmakers' specifications, and which the company claims is a unique function anywhere in the world.

Despite their unmatched performance on the practical side, what strikes clients of the brand is their capability to design something so essential yet that fits comfortably in any interior, whether it is modern or traditional.

Exact colour can be matched and is applied in depth: all 18 layers of it. Handles, fittings and all other applications aren’t a problem either. The craftsmanship on the finish of a Stockinger safe is an embodiment of the company’s heritage, tradition and the owner’s requirements.

By Rose-Hannah Lishman