Döttling Pauline safe is an epitome of technical finesse

When it comes to safe-keeping your valuables from larceny, Döttling is the name that first pops up in our mind. And why not, with masterpieces like the Guardian, Fortress and customized safes that comes equipped with GPS tracking system and watch winders, the brand has carved for itself a niche in the market. Keeping up with the standards and continuing its legacy, Döttling’s Pauline safe is named after the company owner’s (Markus Döttling’s) oldest daughter. Sporting a compact exterior, the stylishly wrapped safe exudes every bit of luxurious elegance that the brand is known for. As Döttling puts it, the exquisite design of the safe is a tribute to “the extravagant luxury of the Belle Époque.” It may be the smallest Döttling safe by dimensions, but it is a giant when it comes to aesthetics and quality.

The Pauline features perfectly crafted drawers for jewelry and documents and comes equipped with a portable jewelry case, which can be optionally enhanced with a GPS transmitter. It’s also an epitome of technical finesse, all thanks to the gentle release mechanism of the safe lid covering the hidden input unit, the opening mechanism that is charmingly camouflaged with a belt clasp, and the removable jewelry case. On the other hand, Pauline also allows you the luxury of customizing the safe to your preferences.

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Update –
Pricing for Pauline Safe ranges from 106,250 Euros to 118,250 Euros ($140,800 – $156,700). Special features like customized drawer interiors for jewelry and/or watches come for 900 Euros ($1,200). Shell out 7,500 Euros ($10,000) for interior fronts with the finest shiny wood finishing instead of Alcantara. Preparation for connection to the house alarm system will set you back with another 4,000 Euros ($5,300). And 5,000 Euros ($6,600) will jazz up the metal fittings in 24-karat shiny gold finish. The travel jewelry case with an integrated GPS tracking system can opt for 6,500 Euros ($8,600).

[Via – Doettling]

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