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Gadget & Personal Possessions Travel Insurance

Gadget Travel Insurance

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Protect your valuables whilst you’re away with Cover-More UK

In an ‘always on’ world, no one is expected to travel without their gadgets. Whether you’re travelling for business or going on a family holiday, you’ll probably be taking expensive items like laptops or cameras with you. On top of this, you’re likely to have some costly jewellery, watches, leather goods and/or perfumes in your luggage too (after all, who doesn’t want to enjoy their holiday in style?!).

That’s why it’s worth taking out an insurance policy that covers your personal possessions. Unfortunately, if your luggage is lost or stolen, your gadgets are probably gone too. And just as your home insurance protects your valuables whilst they’re in the home, your travel insurance should cover them when you’re on holiday.

What gadgets and valuables are covered?

You can insure your personal possessions and gadgets under all of our plans (Basic, Standard and Extra). On taking out one of these policies, any photographic, audio, video, computer and electrical equipment – including smartphones, laptops, and cameras – will be covered.

Gadget limit amount per plan:

  • Basic: £150
  • Standard: £300
  • Extra: £300

Want extra cover for your gadgets? Both our Standard Plan and Extra Plan enable you to upgrade your gadget cover. For an additional premium, you'll get an extra £450 gadget cover on both plans, bringing your limit amount to £750.

For full details of all the gadget items covered by our plans, read our Policy Wording.

Can I get a free quote?

Yes! Simply visit our homepage, where you’ll be asked to fill in the following details about your trip:

  • Where you’re visiting
  • When you’re going
  • Who’s going with you?

You’ll then receive your free online quote (yes, it’s really that easy!).

Money-back guarantee

Keen to take the plunge and buy a Cover-More UK policy? With our 14-day cooling-off period, you’ll also receive a full refund if you need to cancel your policy. As long as you haven’t set off on holiday or made a claim within that time, you’ll get your money back.