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Avoid Contact

You should also try and avoid contact with any chemicals, solvents or
gases while wearing your watch. These items may cause discoloration,
deterioration, or other damage to your watch. Most watches are also
not made to withstand strong electric fields or static electricity.
Common household appliances do not pose a threat to your watch
however.

After you purchase your watch make sure you take proper care of it.
The watch and band should be cleaned by a specialist. You should also
take your watch in to a specialist on a regular basis to be serviced.
Your manual may have a suggestion as to how often you should do this.
Just remember that your watch will last longer if you take proper care
of it.

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