Magnetic fields: avoid placing your watch on computers, loudspeakers or refrigerators, since they generate powerful magnetic fields.
Swimming in the sea: always rinse your watch with fresh water afterwards.
Shocks: whether physical, thermal or other, avoid them.
Screw-down crown: screw the crown down carefully to prevent water from penetrating the case.
Non Screw-down crown: push it back against the case into the wearing position to prevent moisture from entering the case.
Cleaning: for metal bracelets, rubber straps and water-resistant cases,use a toothbrush and soapy water for cleaning and dry with a soft cloth.
Chemical products: avoid direct contact with solvents, detergents,perfumes, cosmetics etc., since they may damage the bracelet,case or gaskets.
Temperature: avoid exposure to extreme temperatures (greater than 60°C, or 140°F, less than 0°C, or 32°F) or extreme temperature changes.
Water resistance: a watch’s water resistance cannot be permanently guaranteed. It may notably be affected by the ageing of gaskets or by an accidental shock to the crown. As stipulated in our service instructions, we recommend you have the water resistance of your watch checked once a year .
Chronograph push-pieces: do not operate chronograph pushers under water in order to prevent water entering the mechanism.