Only watches marked with the words “DIVER’S WATCH 200M” can be worn while scuba diving (with air tanks).
Even if a watch is water-resistant, do not operate its buttons or crown while it is submersed in water or wet. However, “DIVER’S WATCH 200M”casing models permit underwater button operation.
After submersion in seawater, use plain water to rinse all salt and dirt from the watch.
Even if a watch is water-resistant, avoid wearing it in the bath or in areas where detergents (soap, shampoo, etc.) are being used. Such conditions can reduce water resistance.
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