Around the world, Döttling luxury safes like the Fortress, Colosimo Double Wing, iPad controlled Hublot Morphosis safe, and the world’s most expensive safe by Karl Lagerfeld notably find homes among select connoisseurs and enthusiasts of the finest locksmith artisanry. The bespoke German luxury safe manufacturer Doettling which works with an understanding that the best way to protect valuables from unauthorized access is to make them effectively ‘invisible’, has now created the world’s first and only line of security furniture dubbed as Safiture. Notably, it’s a series of high-quality furniture that doesn't reveal the fact that the interior houses optimally protected storage for valuable of all kinds. For instance, the Döttling’s 'Closet Island' features new, in-house designed, high security drawers with an integrated electronic safe lock. And the highly valuable contents of the furnishings can only be accessed using a special mechanical or electronic release mechanism known only the owner.
Further, the interior of the Closet Island comes custom made, and can be equipped with automatic watch winders or jewelry compartments. And to ensure maximum security, the Closet Island can also be connected to a home alarm system.
Fittings including the bulletproof glass panes and drawer illumination, which allows the owner to view their valuable even when the drawers are closed are the notable highlights of the safe.
Notably, all of the work is carried out in finest, hand-crafted quality by selected leather specialists or cabinetmakers, thus making Safiture security furniture line a fascinating combination of outer aesthetics and persuasive inner values.
And under the Safiture security furniture series, there are hardly any limits to customers’ desires. For example, this object (pictured above) can be made both with and without the safety function.
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