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Precise high quality quartz watch works excellently
Designed with stainless steel and alloy construction, theStainless Steel Watch show others high sense of punctuality and responsibility
High crafted finishing and polished for comfortable fit make such simplicity style men's wristwatch
Mens Quartz Watchin fashion design with unique exquisite appearance
Fashion design and plain surface appearance, the Stainless Steel Watch is suitable and very charming for all occasions
Stainless Steel Watchpopular with cultured gentlemen attaching great importance to time and work in their life
Water Resistant Depth: 3ATM
Material: Alloy(Case), Stainless Steel(Watchband)
DialWindowMaterial: Tempered Crystal
Precise high qualityStainless Steel Watch works excellently, accurate watch movement keep a good time and the wristband can be adjustable freely
This Fashionable Blue Dial Alloy case Quartz Mens Sport Watch is durable and ready to go anywhere
With Stainless steel watchband, fashion design fashionJ-three Sport Watch is very charming for all occasions
Blue rounddial and personalized number design, Stainless Steel Watchalways is full of reliable feeling in life
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How to Wear a Wristwatch:
Choose a wrist to wear your watch. Wrist watches can be worn on the right wrist or the left; the choice is purely personal. Traditionally, watches are worn on the left wrist. This could be because, since many people are right handed, it was easier to adjust the time using the dial located on the right of the watch
Place the watch on your wrist so that the number six on the watch face is closest to your thumb. Do this before actually strapping the watch on. This step ensures the watch is facing the proper direction and that you will be able to easily read the watch once strapped on
Put the watch on. For a strap style that adjusts to your wrist, feed one end of the strap though the buckle and insert the retainer pin in a hole, like putting on a belt, so it feels comfortable on your wrist. Ensure the watch fits onto your wrist so that the watch is neither too tight (so as to cut off blood circulation) or too loose (so to fall over your wrist and onto your hand, possibly coming off completely). Watches with stretchy bands go around the hand onto the wrist. Clasp-style watches require catching the clasp with the opposing ring and snapping the clasp shut to secure the watch
Report to your local jewelry store for a proper fitting. Jewelry store personnel are experts at fitting watches. This step is likely to be required if the watch you are wearing has metal links because such watches require special tools to remove links in order to fit the watch properly. Jewelry store personnel are also equipped to fix leather or rubber strap watches should those watch straps break
How to Clean a Wristwatch:
Environmental pollutants and salts and oils from your skin build up on a wristwatch over time. These not only make the watch look dirty, but damage the watch's metals and other materials, such as leather straps. To keep your watch looking and functioning well as long as possible, you should clean it often--at least once a week if you wear the same watch daily. Cleaning a wristwatch takes little time and effort.
Use clean toothpicks to remove residue from between metal links, as worldofwatches.com suggests. Do this gently so the toothpick tip does not break off
Use a soft toothbrush to clean stainless steel or rubber watch bands. Wet the brush under running water and place a drop of a mild soap (such as hand soap) on the bristles. Hold the watch by the face to avoid splashing that area with water (even if it is water resistant) and brush the band with the soapy toothbrush. If your band is of a soft metal (silver or gold), use a soft cloth instead of a brush. If the band is leather, do not use water or soap--clean with leather cleaner, applied to the band with a soft cloth only
Rinse metal bands with clean water--again make sure you hold the watch by the face to avoid that area getting too wet
Dry the watch band with a soft towel. Wet a cotton swab with water and clean the back and front of the watch, including the face. Dry this area with a soft cloth
How to Care for a Quartz Watch Movement:
Change the watch's battery every two years, even if it works fine. Take it to a jeweler, because he has the tools to recreate the seal on the back after he replaces the battery.
Take your watch to a jeweler every six months for an inspection. He will check the battery, remove thickened oil if needed and clean the parts.
Keep a leather strap away from water. Dry it immediately if you get it wet. Polish a metal strap with a soft, damp toothbrush to remove dirt and oil build-up.
Keep your watch away from sunlight and damp areas. Water can seep into the face of the watch, and sunlight can fade the strap. Strong heat or sunlight can cause the battery to leak.
Do not drop your watch on a hard surface, which can dislodge the crystal bar or crack the faceplate.
Wear your watch daily to keep it accurate. Cold quartz watches lose their accuracy but regain it once they are warmed.
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