Exposing your watch to high temperatures, such as placing it on the dashboard of your vehicle or submerging it in a hot tub, may cause the watch to malfunction, shorten its battery life, or damage its internal components. Leaving the watch in extreme cold temperatures may cause irregular timekeeping.
Do not expose quartz watches to magnetism. If you do, it may temporarily stop operating or cause irregular timekeeping.
You should have your watch checked once a year to ensure its water resistance abilities. Condensation inside your watch is an indication that its water resistance ability has been affected. To ensure that it maintains its water resistance, ensure that the crown is always pushed against the case, at position 1.
For maximum performance, wipe your watch regularly with a clean, soft cloth. Stains, water spots, and dirt that accumulate on the case or crystal glass may cause premature wear and tear. If you use your water-resistant watch in the shower, chlorinated water or salt water may adhere to the glass cover. We recommend rinsing it with fresh water and drying it thoroughly after. It is not advisable to use watches with leather straps in the shower, while swimming, or diving. The leather straps will get damaged when overexposed to the elements during these activities.
If your watch has a film and /or adhesive protector on the back of its case, be sure to remove it before using the watch. Do not expose the watch to solvents, mercury, cosmetic sprays, detergents, adhesives, or paint.