Make sure to take good care of your fine watch, to get the benefit of it for a long time to come. Here are three simple tips on how you take care of your watch in a good way:
To avoid water as much as possible
Water can damage the components of your movements, especially salt water tend to be more corrosive than tap water. Prolonged exposure to chlorinated water can also reduce the quality of your clock.Therefore, leave at home when you visit the beach and swimming pool. If your waterproof watch would still come in contact with salt or chlorinated water, it is good to rinse it with tap water afterwards.
Most fine watches are water-resistant, from 3 ATM to 20 ATM. What applies for your watch, you get out of the store of purchase.
The gaskets that seal the watch is wear goods. Therefore you associated with battery replacement, ask your watchmaker to pressure test your waterproof clock to guarantee that it is still tight. If you suspect that your watch has been damaged by water, you should take it to a Star Watchmakers we will help you to investigate the damage and check if it can be repaired.
Serving your watch regularly
Take care of your watch as you take care of your car, with care. Automatic watches described on INSIDEWATCH composed of small moving parts are needed, like a car, oiled, polished and cleaned to function. Therefore, be sure to serve the drinker in your Star Watchmaker.
Lets you get to serve their automatic clock will cause the oils in the clockwork dries, creating wear. The time will not be as reliable, parts of the plant will break.
Battery powered clocks serve you best by replacing the battery if necessary . On watches with few features, a battery can keep for a long time, like watches that have only one hour and minute hands. If you let a battery pack for a long time in a clock may begin to oxidize and leak acid, which in turn can damage other parts of the plant. Even if a battery has not run out after 2-3 years we recommend changing anyway to avoid just that.
The time feel good to use. Circulation in clock allows the oil is constantly in motion and distributed properly. If a watch must lie still for too long the oil will dry or “collapse”, which in turn cause the bell cut or does not start again. Take care of your watch and treat it with respect.
Clean bracelets and link regularly
Dust and sweat can slowly damage your bracelet, so check your bracelet or your link regularly to keep it in good condition. The link clean with a soft toothbrush and dish detergent that dissolves grease and water. Immediately wipe it off with a soft cloth. Use a dry cloth to clean a leather strap.
The glass on your watch polish up easily with a little toothpaste, without abrasives. Avoid water on the case, although the water resistance, see afford # 1 above. Spice up your watch to time by buying a new bracelet or link. It’s fun to be able to change the style or color at times!
More simple tips
- Your watch is designed for normal temperatures.Do not leave it in direct sunlight and avoid extreme heat or cold for long periods.
- Your watch is designed for normal handling, avoid greater pressure or shock.
- Magnetism can affect your watch.The performance of the watch’s electric motor can be affected by other magnetic fields. This may cause your watch consume slows or stops. Usually, the clock returns to normal as soon as it leaves the field. These fields can be e.g. near a speaker, the reading of a bus pass, or the disarming of clothing in the store, etc.
- Leave your watch regularly to your watchmaker for service to replace the batteries, pressure test or replace the watch.Our recommendation is that you do this at least every two years. Then keep your watch anymore.
- If the battery runs out of your watch, be sure to remove it if you do not plan to put in a new battery.Batteries can leak acid.
If you follow this advice you will get to enjoy your watch for long. Take care of yourself and your watch!
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