Jewellery doesn’t need to cost tens of thousands of dollars for it to be priceless. Your Q Pocket policy protects your jewellery with specialised cover and generous policy benefits, including instant worldwide cover and the option to return to your chosen jewellery for replacement and repair.
Get an instant online quote today to see how little it can cost to protect your jewellery with specialised cover.
Here are just a few reasons why 96% of our clients surveyed would recommend Q Report to family and friends.
Some insurers won’t pay the full amount shown on your policy in the case of a claim. Even if you’re paying a premium on the insured value shown, they can choose to replace it at the lowest price that they can buy it for.
At Q Report, we want you to feel clear and confident with your cover at all times. Your Q Pocket policy provides agreed value cover, which means we’ll pay the actual amount shown on your policy minus a flat $100 excess if you lose your jewellery.
You might have spent months finding the perfect jeweller to create your piece, which is why we believe it’s important for you to return to them if you wish. Your Q Pocket policy will always give you the option to return to your original jeweller for replacement or repair.
Every 12 months, when you renew your Q Pocket policy, we will revalue your insured jewellery at no additional charge, so you can be sure it is insured at the right value.
Your Q Pocket policy provides 12 months cover against damage, theft and loss, whilst you travel worldwide. So whether it’s a holiday or honeymoon, you can take your jewellery along for the ride with confidence.
If you purchase your jewellery from a Q Certified Jeweller, they can create your Q Pocket policy even before you walk out the door! Alternatively, complete our online quote process or call us on 1300 882 018 and our team will assist you.
All Q Report Jewellery Insurance policies are backed by world-leading insurer, Chubb Insurance Australia Limited
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