How to keep your watch moving?
need surprisingly little maintenance considering what fine instruments
they are. By following a few rules of upkeep, you will keep your watches
in good working condition for years.
Have mechanical and automatic
watches checked by a professional jeweler every three to four years for
lubrication and damage.
In general, quartz watches do not need as much
maintenance as mechanical watches; however, it is a good idea to have
the watch interior checked for needed repairs when you have the battery
changed. Keep watches, especially quartz watches, away from magnets
which can damage the movement.
can cause damage to watch movements, and most watches feature a certain
level of water resistance in the design to keep water out of the case.
Have water-resistant watches checked every one or two years to make sure
the seals are still intact.
Any places to avoid when wearing or keeping my watch?
There are several places to avoid when wearing your watch or keeping your watch: 1. Places where volatile agents (cosmetics such as polish remover, bug repellent, thinners etc) are vaporizing 2. Places where the temperature drops below 5 Celsius or ...
How to take care of your watch's leather strap?
Taking care of your watch's leather strap: If you have worn your leather strap watch daily, the average life span for the leather is about 1 year. However, this can be reduced to only 6 months in severe circumstances i.e. heavy sports practicing or ...
Can I keep my watch in a safe for long periods of time?
If the place where you are storing it is reasonably dust-free, yes. However, we do recommend the following: Mechanical watches (hand-wound, automatic): There is no problem storing these for long periods of time. However, watch lubricants gradually ...
General Recommendations to preserve your watch
To ensure your watch provides complete satisfaction for many years to come, please follow the instructions listed below: 1. Avoid placing your watch near devices generating strong magnetic fields. 2. Wherever possible avoid any impact that might ...
Will my watch withstand sharp knocks and impacts?
In principle, yes. But you should of course avoid them wherever possible. Or tighten the watchstrap as much as possible - this alone is a good way of reducing the effects of impacts. It also helps to compensate for fluctuations in temperature. A ...