All watches need to be registered within 30 days of sale to ensure watch is registered and warrantied. Form to register is below
We at Core Timepieces backs our watches with a seven year case and construction warranty. This warranty covers defects in the build quality of the watch. This excludes the movement, strap, and normal wear and tear.
We at Core Timepieces back the movement with a two year warranty.
Further, the warranty does not cover damage to the watches by water leaking into the case, due to an unsecured crown, Core Timepieces reserves the sole right to determine whether a watch is covered under the conditional warranty.
Warranty is void if not registered within 30 days of purchase date.
Contact email@example.com with any warranty concerns you may have.
Caring For Your Watch
Your Core Timepieces Watch is a precision mechanical device, thus it requires appropriate care, both to protect your investment, and to maintain good working order.
Daily activities, as well as normal sports activities, will not affect the integrity of the watch. A violent shock, such as a drop or impact may upset the movement, and the watch’s ability to keep correct time, however.
Your watch should only be cleaned with water and a soft cloth. Refrain from allowing water to come in contact with leather. Metal bracelets should be cleaned with a soft brush or cloth, warm soapy water, rinsed clean and dried with a soft cloth.
If your watch is immersed in water on a regular basis, it should be inspected annually to verify water resistance. If wearing your watch in salt water, thoroughly rinse the case and bracelet in fresh water when finished.
The maximum water resistance depth is engraved on the case back, or can be found on the dial. Never wind or pull out the crown when the watch is wet or underwater.
The water resistance indicated is tested at a static level of pressure. Underwater activities create additional pressures on the watch, which are greater than the normal or actual depth.
Guidelines For Water Resistance
100 Meters / 10 ATM / 330 Feet - Suitable for swimming and snorkeling
200 Meters / 20 ATM / 660 Feet - Suitable for recreational scuba diving
300 Meters / 30 ATM / 1000 Feet - Suitable for professional diving
Avoid wearing your watch in saunas and hot tubs, as the high temperatures can affect the watch’s water resistance.
Avoid bathing or showering with your watch, as prolonged exposure to soap can reduce the watch’s water resistance, over time.