Can I Get My Watch Wet?

Water-resistance is an important part of a good quality watch. All Jack Mason lifestyle watches are designed and tested with a water resistance no less than 10 ATM (100 meters / 328 feet). This ensures safety from perspiration, light rain, bathing, and swimming. As a precaution, do not expose the watch to depths/pressure greater than what is marked on the dial or case back. Always set the crown in the closed position before contact with water. It is important not to operate the crown position, pushers on a chronograph, or any other buttons when the watch is wet or underwater. If your watch features a screw-down crown, be sure to return it to the closed position before exposing the watch to water. Jack Mason will not be responsible for any water damage caused by improper handling of the case, crown, gaskets, or crystal.

Leather Straps - It is never recommended to swim or play any water sports while wearing a leather strap.  However, we know it's hard to keep your leather strap completely dry at all times.  Accidents happen!  If you do get your strap wet, gently pat the strap dry with a soft cloth and let it dry naturally.  Don't try to speed the drying process up, this can cause more harm than good! 

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