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Your Beaubleu watch: maintenance tips!

Congratulations, you are now one of the happy owners of a Beaubleu watch. You are probably wondering how to keep it as beautiful as possible and keep your mechanism in top shape!

General advice for your Beaubleu watch

How should I clean my Beaubleu watch for optimal lifespan?

Of course, a soft cloth is recommended for light daily cleaning. If you need to do a more thorough cleaning of your watch, we recommend using a soft-bristled toothbrush with fresh water.

Should I avoid magnetic fields?

It is best to avoid exposure to high magnetic fields. Among these fields, pay particular attention to those produced by tablet case clasps, refrigerators, speakers, microwave...

How do I react in the event of shock to my Beaubleu watch?

Shocks to your watch should be avoided, and this could damage the internal system. In the event of an impact, contact your watchmaker's after-sales service so that they can carry out an assessment of your watch and check that everything is operational.

And with summer approaching?

Can I go swimming in salt-water with my Beaubleu watch?

Yes you can. On the other hand, remember to rinse it with fresh water after swimming. Although your watch is water resistant to 3 or 5 ATM, swimming will accelerate its aging. Then don't forget to retest the water resistance of your watch with the after-sales service approximately every 3 years.

How to take care of your bracelet?

For hygienic reasons, a watch with a leather strap should also be removed before playing sports of any kind. It is best not to wear it all the time and to take it off at night to ensure that the leather has some space to breathe from time to time. By doing this, its lifespan will be increased exponentially. Our suggestions: use leather spray, or leather milk after wet cleaning so that a closed protective film builds up on the strap. It will also serve to protect against dirt, humidity, and even the sun. The care product itself should be thinly applied to the leather and then buffed with a clean towel. Alternatively, for greater protection against moisture, it can also be treated with a waterproofing spray.

What are the most extreme temperatures I can expose my watch to?

First of all, even if the temperatures felt are not extreme, absolutely avoid too strong a thermal shock, greater than 20 degrees difference. Furthermore, temperatures above 60°C and those below 0°C should be avoided. You are now a little better informed to have the best maintained watch possible! You will also find other advice in the box of your watch!