This water-resistant to 98 feet timepiece features a dramatic creamy round dial face that is protected by a durable glass dial window. The six contrasting blue hands on the dial have their own region and never interfere others, offering at-a-glance clarity with blue Arabic numerals. The three handy sub dials track the month at 3 o`clock position, the week at 9 o`clock position and the moon phase at 6 o`clock, together with a sub window at half past 4 o`clock position displaying the date. Additionally, this automatic mechanical wrist watch is constructed with a genuine cowhide leather band and a stainless steel transparent back, making an elegant look and showcasing the inner parts. Highly affordable, this sophisticated timepiece sets off your look with a fresh finish.
Watch and wipe moisture, sweat or dirt by a soft, dry cloth frequently. It will help to extend the life of case, band and the ring. Do not rub band, so that the band will not fade color or lose its luster.
Normally, 50M(5ATM) waterproof watches are designed to be used in swimming, and diving watches can be used in diving for underwater work. In order to better protect your watch and prolong its using life, we kindly advise you to keep your watch away from water, even if it is waterproof. Please note that no waterproof watch is designed to be used in hot bath or sauna, otherwise an intake of condensation water will be caused, which will damage the components under serious situation.
How to Care For Mechanical Watch
1. A mechanical watch should have a full service by a professional every 4 to 5 years. During a full service the watch movement will be taken apart then cleaned and regulated before being re-assembled. In the case of a water resistant watch the seals will be replaced as the watch back has been removed and the water resistance will be checked. Cosmetic changes such as replacing the sapphire crystal can also be done.
2. Take care when winding a mechanical watch. Winding should never be done while wearing your watch as this can damage the mechanisms. So remove it before winding or adjusting. Wind your watch fully until you can feel resistance. An automatic or self-winding mechanical watch which is wound by the movement of the wearer will also need to be hand wound in this way if it has not been worn for 35 hours and it is advisable to fully hand wind an automatic watch once each month.
3. To reset the time on your watch, first remove the watch and gently pull out the crown and set the hands to the correct time. To adjust the date pull out the crown to the first notch and turn until you reach the required date. If you miss the required date you will have to keep going until it comes round again as most watches only advance forwards, so take it slowly. If possible do not change the date between 10pm and 2am as the date changing mechanisms in your watch operate between these times.
4. When not being worn your watch should be stored in a dry environment away from direct heat and dust sources. Do not rest your mechanical watch on the crown or push pieces when you put it down as this can cause damage. Purpose built watch boxes which can be seen at Chronolux.com make the perfect gift for the watch enthusiast as they store multiple pieces safely. Watch winders are a great storage solution for automatic watches. They contain a rotating mechanism the movement of which mimics that of the wrist to keep the watch working. If you want to buy a mechanical watch or just want to know more about the watch you wear then see the "Resource" section.
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