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Watch Maintenance

Buying a watch is often an important investment, as with any other piece of precision equipment, proper care and maintenance routines should be observed.

About every three years, you should have your watch cleaned and serviced by a certified jeweler. For automatic watches, you'll need your battery changed, and for mechanical watches, you should have all the moving parts inspected and cleaned. When not in use watches should be properly stored and the use of an automatic watch winder is suggested if you own a self winding watch. For Swiss Army watches with water resistant seals, you should have the resistance checked annually using pressure equipment, and the seals should be changed as well. Regularly you should inspect the case and bracelet for wear, especially if you expose them to chemicals or harsh environments. Remember that it is possible for some cosmetics and perfumes to cause damage to watch components, as well as the rest of the watch.



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