Watch Care

  • Clean your watch regularly by using a dry and soft cloth. 
  • Do not wear your mechanical watch for activities that involve vigorous movements (including golf) as this might affect the watch accuracy.
  • If your watch is a mechanical (automatic or manual winding), expect some variance in the accuracy. +/- 10 to 20 seconds per day is within acceptable range for most mechanical watches.
  • Avoid contact with perfume, spirits, or petroleum products as it will tarnish the casing and bracelet.
  • Ensure the crown is screwed in and your watch has at least 10ATM water resistance before using it to swim/dive.
  • Avoid subjecting the watch to sudden change in temperature which can cause condensation.
  • If your watch is a quartz, replace the battery immediately after it runs out of power to avoid leakage that can damage the movement.
  • Ensure the watch is fully-wound before using the chronograph function (applicable for mechanical watches).
  • Always stop a chronograph first before resetting it and only use the chronograph as and when you need it not leaving it switched on all the time.
  • Keep the watch at a cool and dry place and far from any devices with high level of magnetic field including TV, PC, speakers, laptops, and fridge.