The bespoke German luxury safe manufacturer Doettling which recently delivered the world’s first travel safe Guardian for the likes of jet-setters, and earlier impressed us with its hand-crafted masterpieces like the Doettling Colosimo Double Wing which was inspired by the 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL "Gullwing”, the safe for the $2.5 million Jaeger-LeCoultre watch set, the Colosimo, the iPad controlled Hublot Morphosis safe, the Colosimo leather and spikes edition, the Bel-Air collection that gets a custom made Magnus safe for a watch collector, and the world’s most expensive safe by Karl Lagerfeld, has now created the world’s safest luxury safe, the Fortress. Defined to be the master of all security classes, offering unrivaled insurance cover of up to $1,000,000, the Doettling Fortress which comes upholstered by hand with its signature quilted calfskin, impressively introduces us to the new era of security.
Available in the certified security classes VdS/EN 3 to advanced VdS/EN 5, it’s ready for connection to a burglar alarm including a ‘silent alarm’ function, a special configuration that easily provides certified insurance coverage of $1 million.
The craftsmen at Doettling designed the interior of this high-security safe, of which only a limited edition of ten per security class exist.
Speaking about its features, the Fortress includes 8 watch winders individually controllable using specially designed software. And in addition to an infinite adjustable number of rotations, it’s also possible to set the rotation's direction.
Inside the Fortress, there’s also a humidor crafted out of original Spanish cedar, with an electronic humidifying system. Further, Wempe's hygrometer and barometer provide information about air pressure and humidity.
Impressively, the Fortress's upper section integrates a Colosimo two-door safe, offering additional space for 6 luxury timepieces.