Watch Care Guide
A watch is a delicate object that requires some care and attention. To preserve your watch's original shine, we recommend having it regularly maintained.
Cleaning Your Steel Bracelet
A metal bracelet does not require specific maintenance, apart from an occasional light brushing (and ideally at the end of summer). Use a soft brush, such as a soft toothbrush, to remove any specks of dust and grains of sand that may be embedded between the links.
Prolonging the Life of a Leather Strap
To maintain it in good condition for as long as possible, you should avoid contact with water, greasy or acidic substances or cosmetics. Similarly, avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or UV rays, that may affect its color.
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