Avoid high temperatures Do not leave your watch in direct sunlight or in very warm or cold places for a long time. This may cause significant rate differences and condensation.
Avoid strong impacts This watch withstands normal impacts that occur during play or sporting activities. Avoid dropping your watch on the floor or otherwise subjecting it to excessive shocks. In particular, avoid impacts to the crown.
Avoid strong magnetic fields Keep your watch away from the direct influence of strong magnetic fields. In general, the magnetic fields of household appliances, televisions or stereo equipment will not affect the operation of your watch.
Avoid chemicals, solvents and gases Do not wear your watch while using strong chemicals, solvents or harmful gases. If your watch comes into contact with these, deterioration or damage to the case or its seals, the strap or other components of the watch may occur.
Keep your watch clean Rub off any trace of water or moisture on the case, glass or bracelet with a soft, clean cloth. Any dirt on the case or bracelet could cause a skin rash. A watch strap becomes dirty due to the build-up of sweat and dust. A stainless steel or gold-plated bracelet may corrode if left uncleaned for a long time. Do not operate any controls under water.
Periodic inspection To keep the watch in trouble-free working order for many years, we recommend that you have the watch checked every 3 years, as well as an annual water-resistance check at one of our concessionaires and the replacement of all sealing elements when the battery is changed.
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