How To Take Care Of A High-End Watch

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The status of a luxury watch as an heirloom-quality keepsake has caught up to that of more conventional souvenirs. People have a soft spot for this jewel-accented dial and suede band because it brings back memories of loved ones. In addition, there is a method available for properly maintaining these high-end timepieces. When properly cared for, Tissot watches for men can outlive their owner by several generations. In addition, they can be passed down through the ages as treasured heirlooms. You may remember hearing people say, “You never genuinely buy tissot watches.” You’re only keeping them safe for the future generation.

Despite being subjected to daily movement, shock, heat, and moisture, these tiny devices can reliably deliver the time because they are built with hundreds of incredibly small components that operate with extremely precise tolerances. We count on our watches to be accurate and dependable, but even the most trustworthy friend might start to show signs of exhaustion after a while. Inevitably, your luxury watch will show signs of wear and tear as it ticks away the hours, but with the proper maintenance, it can last for decades rather than just a few.

The Following Are Some Suggestions For Maintaining Your High-End Timepieces

Watch Out For The Elements Of Water, Fire, And Magnets

The restrictions of a high-end watch should be known. It might break if you use it for high-board diving or other water sports that put it through more pressure than it was meant to handle. Keep in mind that as gaskets wear out, a watch’s ability to withstand water exposure decreases. Damage to mechanical parts of a movement can be caused by heat, knocks, or rapid temperature fluctuations. Stay away from the stove, the oven, the fireplace, the hot tub, and the sauna. It’s best to keep your high-end watch away from magnets to keep its accuracy intact. Unless anti-magnetic shielding is included, a magnet can cause a mechanism to gain or lose time or even stop working.

Keep It Tidy

Clean the dust and debris from your luxury watch regularly. To prevent the metal parts from rusting, you should rinse it under running water and turn the bezel after wearing it in salt water or the pool. To clean inaccessible areas, like the spaces between the links of a metal bracelet, use a soft toothbrush, a moist cloth,  and a cotton bud. Keeping the strap dry is very important if it is made of leather. Similarly, Tissot watches for men should not come into contact with any chemicals, such as those found in cleaning solutions or perfume.

Avoid Exposure To Sunlight

Tissot watches for men, like expensive perfume and rare whisky, deteriorate more quickly when exposed to direct sunshine. Strong sunlight, especially for extended periods, can damage painted components of your watch (often the dial, bezel, and hands) and dry out lubricants within that keep the parts moving smoothly. Additionally, abrupt fluctuations in temperature can cause condensation and water damage in some watches, especially older ones, causing them to fog up. You should store your watch in a cool, dark place where the temperature won’t fluctuate too much.

Keep It Running

There must be some regularity to the maintenance of mechanical movements. If the oil dries out, the moving parts will lock up. Your high-end manual-winding watch needs frequent winding. But don’t overwind it; stop when you feel the crown’s resistance. Automatics can’t be overwound, but they still need winding every so often, so it depends on how active you are. Even if you use a watch winder, be sure the mechanism doesn’t get overwound.

Take Care Of The Crown

Because it is the only part of the watch between you and the intricate workings inside, the crown needs special care. It is best to lay your watch flat on a soft surface rather than placing the crown on the table while you aren’t wearing it, even if it is a robust sports watch. The delicate winding system of your watch can be damaged by lateral force if you wind or adjust it while it’s on your wrist. Experts recommend taking the watch off your wrist and winding it gently. There is also a risk of damaging the mechanism by giving the crown an extra push after it has stopped. Once you detect resistance, you should quit using force. It’s not like you’re putting the lid on a bottle of Coke.

Just Make Sure You Set Your Watch Correctly

Changing the date or day of the week between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m. is discouraged whenever possible. This is when the date’s gear mechanism kicks in, and it doesn’t entirely deactivate until 3:00 in the morning. When this feature is being tinkered with while in the danger zone, it might cause serious harm to the internal machinery. The best approach to avoid this issue is to altogether bypass this time period, but you can also use an automatic watch winder while it’s not in use or keep your manual watch wound up to prevent it.


Tissot watches for men should be maintained by a specialist every three to five years. The mechanism requires a thorough cleaning, reapplication of lubricants, and replacement of watertight seals. You should have the case professionally resealed and pressure tested to make sure it is leak-proof. Do not open your luxury watch or meddle with it unless you are a trained watchmaker.