Watch maintenance is essential to help the watch operate effectively and maintain its longevity.

You must always keep your watch in good condition to serve your needs for a long time. Here are some tips on how to care for your watch and prolong its life.

1. Regular watch maintenance:

If you have a mechanical watch, you must clean and oil it every 3-5 years.

Modern Quazt watches will not require any maintenance. But because they have complex electronic movements, you should take your watch to a reputable repair shop or the company’s warranty facilities. Even if it’s a minor repair or replacement job, you can rest assured that you’ll get the right parts for your watch. Draco warranty centers always provide warranty for its services every time you make a purchase.

2. Wear watches regularly:

 

Mechanical watches need to be worn regularly to keep their lubricants working. If you don’t wear it regularly, the lubricant can dry out and damage the watch’s movement. Another option is to use a watch winder.

Like mechanical watches, Quazt watches can get damaged if you keep them in storage for too long. Batteries will leak and corrode if not replaced periodically. A leaking battery releases an acid that can destroy small components in the watch.

3. Keep the watch clean:

Direct contact with cosmetics, perfumes, seawater or chemicals can damage the watch strap and case. It is helpful to keep your watch clean with a slightly damp cloth.

You also need to dry the watch carefully. Wipe the strap with a soft, clean cloth if it becomes wet from sweat. After cleaning, place your watch in a well-ventilated area. Avoid putting it in an airtight container or drawer while it is still damp.

Also, avoid storing in direct sunlight as the dial and strap may fade. If you scratch the glass or case, you can take your watch to a trusted repair and warranty facility.

4. Avoid soaking the watch in water:

Although current watches all have water resistance features, they are only resistant to a certain unit. So please do not submerge your watch in water unless it is a specialized diver’s watch. The protective gasket between the back and case of the watch will dry out and become damaged, thereby limiting its water resistance. Additionally, moisture can enter the watch through small cracks in the glass or case.

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