General Care

To ensure your watch provides complete satisfaction for many years to come, please follow the instructions listed below:

  • Avoid any impact that might damage your watch or affect its running.
  • Avoid exposing your watch to extreme temperatures.
  • Avoid leaving your watch exposed to sunlight for prolonged periods.
  • Protect your watch from chemicals. Avoid solvents, detergents, perfumes, etc. as they can damage it.
  • Keep the crown pressed in! This stops moisture, dust, and water from entering the case.
  • Keep buttons dry! Don't use the crown or chronograph buttons underwater to avoid water damage.
  • Wash metal bracelets with soapy water and a soft cloth. Rinse well and avoid harsh cleaners.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water after expose t seawater or pool

Leather Strap Care

  • Leather strap is vulnerable to discoloration and deterioration from moisture, sweat and direct sunlight.
  • Use a soft dry cloth to wipe off moisture and sweat as soon as possible after use.
  • Refrain from using it while bathing, swimming, or water-related activities.
  • Skip sharp objects on your leather strap. Leather's tough, but not invincible.
  • Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or strong light to prevent the color from fading.
  • Avoid contact with greasy substances, cosmetic products and perfumes.
  • Take off your watch when performing some menial work and avoid potential corrosive stains.
  • Wear your watch loosely enough to fit a finger under the strap. This allows air to circulate and sweat to dry.

Stainless Steel Bracelet Care

  • Clean sweat, dirt, and moisture from your bracelet to prevent rust.
  • Wire off moisture, sweat or soil with a soft cloth as soon as possible after use.
  • Clean band gaps: wipe with water, then gently brush with a soft toothbrush (protect watch with plastic wrap). Dry thoroughly with a cloth.
  • If bracelet has rust, pins may poke out or drop out, and the watch case may fall off the bracelet, or clasp may no open.
  • If a pin is poking out, personal injury may result. In such as case, refrain from using the watch and request for repair.
  • Avoid using chemicals such as benzene or thinner when cleaning your timepiece.


  • Storing timepieces in watch boxes protects the watches from scratches and the elements when you aren’t wearing them
  • If the storage periods is more than a year, you should have the batteries removed by a watch repairman. Dead batteries might leak and could cause severe damage to the watch movement.

Places to avoid

  • Near to cosmetics such as polish remover, bug repellent, thinners
  • Places with long exposure to temperature below 5 Celsius or above 40 Celsius
  • Places with high humidity
  • Places with strong magnetism or static electricity
  • Places with strong vibrations