UBIQ watches

Essential Watch Care

Congratulations on becoming the proud owner of a UBIQ creation. We're thrilled to have you join our community of watch enthusiasts. As you embark on this journey with your new timepiece, we want to ensure that it continues to bring you joy for years to come. In this section, you'll find essential care tips and guidelines to help you maintain the beauty and functionality of your UBIQ watch. Thank you for your support, and remember to stay optimistic and be #readyforlife with your UBIQ timepiece by your side.

General Maintenance:

  1. Regular Cleaning: Clean your watch regularly with a soft, dry cloth to remove dust, dirt, and oils. For deeper cleaning, use a mild soap and water solution, avoiding contact with the watch's movement.
  2. Avoid Water Damage: Mechanical watches are not fully waterproof. Avoid exposing your watch to water unless it's specifically designed for water resistance. If your watch does get wet, dry it thoroughly as soon as possible to prevent moisture damage.
  3. Avoid Extreme Conditions: Avoid exposing your watch to extreme temperatures, shock, or magnetic fields, as these can affect its accuracy and performance.
  4. Servicing: Mechanical watches require periodic servicing by a qualified watchmaker to ensure proper functioning and longevity. Consider servicing your watch every 3-5 years, or as recommended by the manufacturer.

Strap Care:

  1. Leather Straps: Avoid exposing leather straps to water, moisture, or prolonged sunlight, as these can cause damage and discoloration. Clean leather straps with a damp cloth and avoid using harsh chemicals.
  2. Metal Bracelets: Clean metal bracelets regularly with a soft brush and mild soap to remove dirt and oils. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely to prevent corrosion.
  3. Rubber Straps: Rinse rubber straps with water after exposure to saltwater or chemicals. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight, as UV rays can degrade rubber over time.

Caring for Your Lume:

  1. Gentle Cleaning: When cleaning your watch, avoid using abrasive or harsh chemicals on the lume. Instead, use a soft, damp cloth to gently wipe the dial and hands.
  2. Avoid Contact with Chemicals: Avoid exposing your watch to harsh chemicals such as perfumes, lotions, or cleaning agents, as these can damage the lume.
  3. Proper Storage: Store your watch in a watch box or case when not in use to protect it from dust, moisture, and sunlight, which can all degrade the lume over time.

Remember, proper care and maintenance will help preserve the beauty and functionality of your mechanical watch for years to come.

For more detailed care instructions and tips, consult your watch's manufacturer or visit a certified watchmaker.

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