Why Take Care Of My Watch?
Watches are unique pieces made with several components specifically designed to perform their functions and keep the machinery operating 24 hours a day. To extend the life of your watch, it is necessary to take some special care from time to time.
As watches have different levels of water resistance, it is necessary to know how to identify the resistance of your watch. These can be marked in meters or in an ATM (1 ATM is equivalent to 10 meters of resistance underwater). Models with 50 meters of resistance, when in good condition, withstand rain, hand washing, and cold showers. 100m models are resistant to swimming and free diving. And those from 200 meters are suitable for scuba diving. Never enter the water with the crown pulled out, and avoid exposing the watch to water vapor, such as in a hot bath.
Mechanical Or Automatic Watches
Although they don’t need to change batteries, these watches are more sensitive than those with quartz movement. To wind an automatic watch, you can turn the crown slightly back and forth until resistance is felt. Be careful not to over-rotate the crown as this could damage the mechanism. Some models automatically wind up with its use: the swing of the arm itself charges the watch. However, sometimes this swing may not be enough to last all day, in which case it is necessary to wind up manually.
Watches that run on internal batteries give signals that they are running out of charge. These signs are blinking indicator lights (digital models) or second-hand jumping every 2 seconds or more. It is noteworthy that consumption varies according to use or the functions available – for example, a chronograph watch consumes more battery than an analog one. The more you use the clock, the faster the battery is consumed. Click here to know about Rolex service center (ศูนย์ โร เล็ก ซ์ which is the term in Thai)