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  1. Rolex & Tudor
    (This was originally posted a few months ago in the public forum but it's probably more useful in buying higher end watches) There are a number of things that you need to be careful around when relying on watch insurance. Plenty of us will rely to some extent on the Insurance bundled with a...
  2. Stolen Watch Report
    We know that Insurance can be a complicated and dreadful topic, but as collectors ourselves, we can’t stress enough how important insurance is when it comes to the things you care about. That’s why we’re here to break it down so that you can insure your watches with confidence and ease. What is...
  3. Public Forum
    There are a number of things that you need to be careful around when relying on watch insurance. Plenty of us will rely to some extent on the Insurance bundled with your credit card. The card companies make bold statements like “you are covered for....” but the fine-print often says otherwise...
  4. Luxury & Lifestyle
    I want to start with the premise that I think during Covid times the risk underwritten by jewelry insurers on watches must be significantly less, thus resulting in an improved claims experience for the insurer which should translate into lower premiums. Evidence: - Far fewer watch owners are...
  5. Public Forum
    Fellow Watch Collectors, Long time watch collector and member (more of a lurker to be honest) of Watchuseek here. Woke up one day a year ago freaking out about how much money I had in watches and figured I should probably insure the collection. Called my State Farm agent where I have my renter's...
  6. Public Forum
    Hi I have a question for my fellow brits. How do you store your watches securely? I speak not of watch boxes, rolls and cases and such. I am talking about keeping them secure against theft. Now, for most on these forums who seem to be Americans, the stock answer is, "get a safety deposit...
  7. Public Forum
    Hi everyone, Watch insurance dilemma here - I could use some advice! I currently insure all my watches through Jewelers Mutual in the US, but due to a work assignment I'll be in Australia for the next 5 months. Jeweler's Mutual has told me that they won't cover me internationally past next...
  8. Public Forum
    Can anybody fill me in on why parcel pro requires references to register? Also if somebody wants to let me use them as a reference it would be appreciated, I need to send a watch out and I would prefer the best insurance possible as the normal carrier insurance is not enough. Are there any other...
  9. Public Forum
    Hi All- I want to have my new purchase appraised so that I can tack it onto my homeowners policy in the rare case that it's not on my wrist and something happens to it, I'd like to have it covered. I purchased my watch from Jomashop, have no doubt in my mind that it's real but a lot of watch...
  10. Omega
    Looking to insure my Omega seamaster and putting it on house insurance is not an option. Having searched around I see the name T H March getting mentioned, any reviews from UK members? Not sure I'm clear on their policy, it doesn't seem that they actually offer new for old and my assumption is...
  11. Public Forum
    I need to send a watch to Canada for repair. The watch is valued at $2,500.00, but when I check the USPS website the fine print for every single type of mailing specifically excludes watches and jewelry or limits the insurance amount. "Coins, jewelry, watches, and other valuables are prohibited...
  12. Public Forum
    Gang, is there a proper, easy way to send a watch movement from the United States to Canada? :rodekaart Seriously, I ask this after experiencing a rather bizarre run-in with the local post office here in small town North Carolina. I am having this forum's very own 'Archer' put together an Omega...
  13. Public Forum
    I'm wondering at what value you should purchase insurance for your watch? When it's worth $2k? $5k? $10k? I have Chubb as my insurance provider, not sure if they cover watches without purchasing additional insurance. When do you believe it's appropriate to get insurance on your watch(s)?
  14. Public Forum
    I'm facing a bit of a conundrum and could use some advice. The combination of getting another new piece last week along with reading that thread yesterday about that guy in Houston who got robbed made me think I might want to get some watch insurance. We have an addition to our homeowner's...
  15. Officine Panerai
    Got my first PAM 297 with appraisal for $9,2000 (MSRP) and would like to insure them. I'm in SF Bay area, and considering my renters insurance through Mercury (although they don't see to cover watches against accidental loss & damage) or Jewelers Mutual (they seem to cover against everything...
  16. Public Forum
    Now that I have a nice little collection sitting in my desk drawer at home, I'm wandering if I should take out special insurance on it. When I added it all up, what's sitting in my desk drawer adds up to more than your average new car. Do you guys take out special insurance on your watch...
  17. Casio G-Shock
    Have you taken out insurance to protect your beloved G-Shock / watches collection? I personally currently only have a general home contents cover which covers up to a certain dollar amount limit for jewelry & watches.
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