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By October 31, 2017 Uncategorized

TAKE CARE OF
YOUR WATCH

How to properly take care of your watch,
so it will last very long

The Best Care

When you spend €5000 on your watch you’re gonna want to take the best care of it possible, as they can last a lifetime if you regularly maintain the upkeep of it.

A leather strap watch may be the go-to for many of you as its versatility is what makes it great. However, with great leather comes great responsibility as you’ll want to avoid it starting to smell, especially if you wear it all of the time (accidental pun).

If you’ve spent over £600 on your watch then chances are that it’s water resistant in some form. However, many of us don’t have the luxury of spending a month’s wages on a watch so waterproof needs to go out of the window.

Unless you have a watch that is specially designed to go into the water then I would take it off when you know you are going near any form of water, which includes doing the washing up. This can be especially damaging if you have a crack on the watch face as water can get in and cause condensation inside the watch, which again, damages it.

THE THREAD OF WATER

A leather strap watch may be the go-to for many of you as its versatility is what makes it great. However, with great leather comes great responsibility as you’ll want to avoid it starting to smell, especially if you wear it all of the time (accidental pun).

If you’ve spent over £600 on your watch then chances are that it’s water resistant in some form. However, many of us don’t have the luxury of spending a month’s wages on a watch so waterproof needs to go out of the window.

Unless you have a watch that is specially designed to go into the water then I would take it off when you know you are going near any form of water, which includes doing the washing up. This can be especially damaging if you have a crack on the watch face as water can get in and cause condensation inside the watch, which again, damages it.

A leather strap watch may be the go-to for many of you as its versatility is what makes it great. However, with great leather comes great responsibility as you’ll want to avoid it starting to smell, especially if you wear it all of the time (accidental pun).

If you’ve spent over £600 on your watch then chances are that it’s water resistant in some form. However, many of us don’t have the luxury of spending a month’s wages on a watch so waterproof needs to go out of the window.

Unless you have a watch that is specially designed to go into the water then I would take it off when you know you are going near any form of water, which includes doing the washing up. This can be especially damaging if you have a crack on the watch face as water can get in and cause condensation inside the watch, which again, damages it.

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