Our watches are assembled at a specialist facility with equipment dedicated to testing water resistance. The process is:

  1. Watch cases are designed to standards that will ensure that they are water resistant to the advertised depth/pressure
  2. When built, the empty cases are tested in real water
  3. When the watch is fully assembled it is vacuum tested

As a result not only is your watch designed to high standards, but it is tested twice at different points of the process to ensure that it will perform as advertised.

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