Water resistance is an important part of a well made watch. The following water resistance chart will provide you a better understanding of commonly used water resistance measurements.
Water resistance will be affected over time through ageing of gaskets or deformation of watch parts due to accidental shocks. That's why we recommend keeping your watch clean (wash it frequently in fresh water and dry it with a soft cloth) and take care of adequate maintenance (every two-three years) by competent watch makers in order to maintain the performance of your watch and its longevity.
- Don’t activate the time-setting crown and/or the pushers while the watch is under water and make sure that the crown has been pushed/ screwed down tightly after every operation.
- Don’t under any circumstances open the watch yourself ; arrange to get it inspected by an authorized Watch Branding Service Center only.