Whether you own products from Bell and Ross Watches, Timex, or Maurice Lacroix Watches or any other maker, the first thing you need to learn about is how to properly care for your new watch. You have likely spent quite a bit of time learning about all the different kinds of watches available, how much they cost, and which one best suits your lifestyle, but did you learn how to take proper care of your purchase? Most people haven’t. You likely have an investment of time in your chosen watch before you even bring it home, so why not do all you can to keep it well maintained and clean so it will become a treasured heirloom to be passed on to future generations?
You may have shopped such places as Bell & Ross Watches, who is well known for creating exceptional time pieces for sixteen years. They consistently produce reliable performance, precision and outstanding water resistance. Their craftsmanship is simply excellent. If you selected a time piece from Bell & Ross Watches, you have purchased a finely crafted watch from a state of the art facility in Switzerland. They were not content to just make watches, they produce heirlooms. Their watches make a statement about their reputation and your style.
If you are a true watch connoisseur and made a selection from the Maurice Lacroix Watches, who become more mature and creative each year in their designs, you have purchased part of a collection of outstanding quality and very high standards. Maurice Lacroix Watches have managed to become more impressive each and every year. Maurice Lacroix Watches offer many years of experience in watch making and they pass that experience on to you when you purchase from them.
Caring for your investment in such a fine piece of jewelry time piece, you will certainly want to take care of your purchase by performing regular maintenance to ensure its accuracy and precision. Most of the higher quality Bell & Ross Watches, Maurice Lacroix Watches and many other makers are basically water resistant. You may not know, however, that there are still ways to get water damage in your watch. To avoid this type of damage be sure to check and follow carefully the manufacturer’s instructions. Familiarize your self with your watch’s capabilities. While most are safe for up to thirty meters, some are not and different makers have different specifications.
You will also want to avoid using perfume, cologne, or skin moisturizers around your wrist while wearing your watch. Some chemicals can actually erode the metal on the back of the watch, and it can also damage leather and plastic watch straps. Additionally your timepiece is not necessarily protected from salt water. Again, check with your manufacturer’s recommendations before you use it in salt water. Always use a very soft cloth to clean your watch. Keep in mind that while your watch band may be made of fine gold it still needs regular cleanings with your jeweler. Leather straps will darken over time, but can be easily replaced. The all sport rubber style watch bands can be easily cleaned with mild soap and water. All fine watches are supposed to be serviced regularly. Please check with the paperwork from your manufacturer to understand the specific requirements for the one you purchased.