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Water Resistant

When purchasing a watch make sure you check to see how water
resistance it is. If you plan on wearing your watch while swimming
make sure you buy a watch that can withstand these conditions. Waiting
until you have exposed your watch to water would not be a good time to
check its resistance level. You can purchase watches that are
specifically made for diving and swimming.

Salt water can also cause more damage than regular water. Salt water
can cause corrosion, so if you plan on being near salt water a lot you
may want to check into a watch that can withstand these conditions. If
your watch does come in contact with more water than is allowed, be
sure to take it to someone to have it looked over. A specialist should
be able to tell you the extent of the damage, and if it can be
repaired or not.

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