Samaya Watch


Steel Watch Care

Everest Silver Blue Automatic

To take care of your steel watch, follow these steps:

  1. Handle with care:
    While steel watches are generally durable, it’s still important to handle them with care. Avoid dropping or banging the watch against hard surfaces, as this can cause scratches, dents, or even damage to the internal components.

  2. Water resistance:
    If your steel watch is water-resistant, it means it can withstand exposure to water to a certain extent. However, it’s essential to check the watch’s specifications to determine its specific water resistance level. Be cautious not to exceed the recommended water resistance limit, as doing so may compromise the watch’s integrity and result in water damage. Therefore, it’s advisable to avoid submerging the watch in water unless it’s explicitly designed for swimming or diving.

  3. Cleaning:
    To clean your steel watch, use a soft cloth (preferably microfiber) and mild soap diluted with water. Gently wipe the watch’s case, bracelet, and crystal, ensuring you remove any dirt or residue. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials, as they can scratch the watch’s surface or damage its protective coating. After cleaning, make sure to dry the watch thoroughly with a soft, lint-free cloth.

  4. Avoid extreme temperatures:
    Extreme temperatures can adversely affect the performance and lifespan of your steel watch. High temperatures, such as direct sunlight or leaving the watch in a hot car, can cause the watch to expand, potentially damaging its internal mechanisms. Similarly, extremely cold temperatures can cause the watch’s lubricants to thicken, leading to reduced accuracy. It’s best to keep your watch in a moderate temperature environment, avoiding extreme heat or cold.

  5. Proper storage:
    When not wearing your steel watch, store it in a protective case or watch box. This helps protect it from dust, scratches, and accidental impacts. Choose a storage location that is dry and away from excessive moisture or humidity, as these conditions can promote corrosion and damage to the watch’s components. If you don’t have a dedicated watch case, consider wrapping your watch in a soft cloth before storing it.

  6. Adjusting the fit:
    If your steel watch feels too loose or tight on your wrist, it’s recommended to have it adjusted by a professional jeweler or watch repair shop. They can resize the bracelet or strap to ensure a comfortable and secure fit. Wearing a watch that fits properly not only enhances comfort but also reduces the risk of accidental damage or loss.

  7. Regular maintenance:
    Regular maintenance is crucial for the optimal performance and longevity of your steel watch. It’s advisable to have your watch serviced by a qualified professional at regular intervals, typically every 3-5 years, or as recommended by the manufacturer. During servicing, the watch will be inspected, cleaned, and lubricated as needed. Additionally, if your watch is battery-powered, ensure that the batteries are replaced promptly to prevent leakage and potential damage to the watch’s movement.

  8. Wear the watch regularly:
    Regularly wearing your steel watch is beneficial for its overall functionality. When a watch is in regular use, the movement inside remains active, helping to keep the lubricants flowing smoothly and preventing any internal components from becoming stagnant. Additionally, wearing the watch regularly allows you to enjoy its features and appreciate its craftsmanship. However, if you have multiple watches in your collection, it’s recommended to rotate their usage to ensure they all receive adequate attention and remain in good working condition.
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  • Magnets:
    Avoid placing your steel watch near strong magnetic fields, such as speakers, televisions, or radios. Magnetic fields can interfere with the watch’s delicate internal mechanisms and affect its accuracy.

  • Chemicals:
    Refrain from exposing your watch to solvents, mercury, makeup sprays, cleaning agents, adhesives, oil paints, camphor, or any similar substances. These chemicals can cause corrosion, discoloration, or damage to the watch’s finish or components.


  • Waterproof vs. Moistureproof:
    While watches may claim to be waterproof, it’s important to note that they are not necessarily moistureproof. Therefore, it’s best to avoid exposing your watch to excessively humid environments such as baths, hot springs, saunas, or spas, as prolonged exposure to moisture can lead to internal damage or the formation of condensation.