Everyone has a favorite possession. If this item is damaged, stolen or even lost, it hurts you just as much as your wallet. Zurich Insurance of Valuables provides comprehensive protection.
With a sum insured of CHF 8,000 – such as for a camera with interchangeable lenses.
With a sum insured of CHF 15,000 – such as for a watch.
With a sum insured of CHF 40,000 – such as for a concert piano.
Insurance of valuables is not only worthwhile for luxury items, but also everything that is dear to you: from wedding rings and musical instruments to cameras. Additional insurance of valuables is recommended for expensive items, because thanks to All Risk coverage, the insurance coverage is a lot more comprehensive than with household contents insurance. This means: everything that is not explicitly excluded is insured. This includes theft, loss, damage or destruction – and this coverage is valid worldwide. The coverage also applies if you yourself suffer a mishap in which an insured item is damaged or lost. By the way: you can remove the insured items covered by the insurance of valuables from the household contents sum and thus save premiums.
Below are some examples of valuables:
The list goes on… If you have any questions about whether we will cover your specific favorite possession, contact us.
You benefit from comprehensive All Risk protection. This means that everything not explicitly excluded is insured. Theft of your wristwatch, a dropped camera, an antique rug bombed by a glass of red wine...
You will be pleasantly surprised. For example, the insurance for a ring with a sum insured of CHF 5,000 per year costs only CHF 55.10. This indicative price quote serves as a calculation example. It is non-binding and already includes the federal stamp duty of 5%. The deductible is 10%, at least CHF 200.
No problem. "All Risk" coverage even applies to damage that you cause accidentally. We will also pay if your child rips your glasses off your nose or you drop a camera lens while changing it.
Electronic devices, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and notebooks, are typically considered utility items and not valuables. For electronic devices, we therefore recommend taking out accidental damage to electrical equipment or household contents as part of your household contents insurance.
Yes, valuable designer furniture, such as an Eames chair, can be protected with insurance of valuables. You can insure usual household contents with our household contents insurance.
With the additional coverage "Contingency insurance and costs" you are protected should your property increase in value or should you acquire new items. The cover additionally includes necessary clearance and disposal costs in the event of a loss, as well as rental costs for certain replacement equipment, such as musical instruments.