Founded in 1986 out of a great love for chess, LE DUE TORRI is one of the four leading chess retailers in Europe. By 1994 we were already the No. 1 Italian online chess goods supplier. We are proud that after more than 35 years of service we have earned the trust and loyalty of thousands and thousands of Italian and international chess enthusiasts. LE DUE TORRI is also one of Italy's most respected and successful chess publishers.
WHY LE DUE TORRI CAN OFFER THE BEST PRICES, PRODUCTS AND SERVICE:
- Large on-premises warehouse: our products are always available and immediately ready to be delivered
- We arrange for the direct manufacture of various product lines
- Each of the more than 3,000 items in our catalog has been evaluated and chosen by expert staff.
- The use of specialised software to guarantee smooth reliable service
- More than 35 years of experience guarantees complete customer satisfaction
- Quick reliable delivery
- Secure worry-free payment options
- Expert pre and post-sales service
- No-hassle product return and substitution
Our customers include World Champions Garry Kasparov and Vladimir Kramnik along with other elite players and celebrities. LE DUE TORRI has been the choice of the President of the world chess body FIDE, the Italian Chess Federation, for which we exclusively handle official merchandise, as well as other federations around the world, including the Japanese and Turkish Chess Federations, not to mention the English musician/singer/songwriter Sting, a keen chess player, and the leading Italian broadcasters Rai and Mediaset. These are just some of the famous members of a vast group of chess lovers, beginners, club and professional players who rely on LE DUE TORRI for sound advice and quality chess products. We are also supply countless clubs, tournament organisers and chess schools, offering the exactly the right service and products for children and adults alike. LE DUE TORRI had the great honour of being appointed the official supplier for the 2006 Turin Chess Olympiad, the 2009 European Championships and the 2012 Olympiad in Istanbul and Baku 2016