How to care for a Rolex watch?

An occasional wiping with a fiber cloth will help keep the watch shiny. You can also use soapy water and a soft brush (unsuitable for leather straps) to clean the case and metal straps intermittently. If the watch has been in contact with seawater, it must be thoroughly washed to avoid the accumulation of salt or sand. Before cleaning the look, ensure the crown is screwed tightly to prevent moisture from penetrating.

How to wind a Rolex watch?

You don’t need to wind your Rolex watch to wear it daily. When you swing your wrist daily, the perpetual oscillating weight will transfer energy to the watch, thus providing continuous and stable power. If you temporarily take off the eye, the watch’s power reserve is enough to run for 70 hours, and the constant running time depends on the model. To wind the movement manually, unscrew the crown to the winding position and turn it clockwise about 20 times. Please remember to screw the crown tightly to ensure water resistance.

How often should a Rolex watch be serviced?

To ensure that your watch remains accurate and water-resistant, Rolex recommends that you regularly have it professionally inspected by an authorized retailer or service center. Depending on the watch model and actual usage, Rolex recommends checking your watch every ten years.

Why does a fully automatic mechanical watch stop?

Fully automatic mechanical watch, relying on the movement of the arm to cause the automatic gyro surface to generate energy, supporting the daily operation of the fully automatic mechanical watch.Wearing it for more than 8 hours a day can ensure the daily operation of the automatic watch, but it is not absolute. When the power of the automatic mechanical watch is insufficient, the watch can be wound to supplement the power of the mechanical watch to support daily operations.

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