The battery should be replaced about every 24 months. Battery replacement requires the use of specialist tools, and should be carried out by an approved stockists or specialist repairer.
Your watch will not withstand extreme shocks or vibration. It is sensible to remove your watch before commencing rough work or situation where the watch could be damaged.
Take care to avoid bending the bracelet beyond the normal curvature of the wrist. It is recommended the watch be kept in the presentation box when not in use. Avoid placing the watch under heavy objects or loose in a handbag.
10ATM – The watch is designed to withstand swimming, yachting, taking a shower, shallow diving.
Do not operate buttons or the crown while the watch is in contact with water. Remember diving into a swimming pool can very briefly and significantly increase pressure on your timepiece. It may increase it to beyond limits it has been designed to withstand.
Pressure in ATM’s is a test pressure and should not be considered as actual diving depth as movement in the water tends to increase the pressure bearing at a given depth.
If your watch has been used in salt water it should be rinsed off in fresh water and carefully dried.
Wide variance of the temperature can affect, temporarily, the time-keeping accuracy of your watch.
Leather straps are not recommended for use in water. To avoid irreversible damage allow watch to dry at room temperature, and not on an exposed heated surface, as this could cause them to discolour, harden or mark if dried too quickly.
Disposal of Electric and Electronic Equipment
The consumer has a significant role to play in reducing the impact of waste electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators on the environment, through re-using or recycling such articles.
Some batteries and accumulators and some of the components used in electrical and electronic equipment may contain hazardous substances that can damage the environment and present a risk to human health if not properly disposed of.
The crossed out wheelie-bin symbol on this product is to remind you that waste electrical and electronic products, batteries and accumulators should not be disposed of with household waste.
If you are unable to re-use or recycle your article it should be disposed of at a civic amenity site/local authority recycling facilities.