Each Bravur watch is carefully inspected several times during production, as well as before the final shipping to the customer. However, things can still go wrong and we are always here to help you.
Should your watch need a repair, we will send it to one of our service centers.
Contact us at email@example.com and tell us about your problem, and we will be happy to help you.
CARE & MAINTAINANCE
The supplied battery has a lifetime of up to approximately 36 months. When the second hand jumps 5 seconds at a time, the battery needs to be replaced. Please contact a professional watchmaker for battery replacement.
Even though only top quality materials are used, the watch must be handled with care. Avoid subjecting your watch to strong vibrations, sudden impacts and drops. Hard and sharp surfaces or hardened materials may scratch the metal of the watch. If watches with IP coated surfaces (black or gold) are heavily scratched the natural steel material underneath may be revealed. During normal everyday use the coating will last for several years.
The fitted sapphire crystal is virtually scratch resistant (except for diamonds). However it may still crack if the watch is dropped onto a hard surface from a sufficient height.
Changing bracelet is easy and can be done by your local watch workshop in just a few minutes.
Leather is a natural, porous material. You should therefore avoid allowing the leather strap to come into contact with water as it will shorten its life-span. The color of the leather will change over time when wearing it and develop a unique patina.
Suede straps has a more delicate nature than conventional leather straps. Areas exposed to rubbing will become smooth and glossy. Dark suede colors may also dye.
We use quartz movements from Ronda and ETA, famous for their high quality movements, constructed with the utmost precision and reliability.
One of the properties with quartz movements in general is that the second hand is not 100% aligned with the second markers. This is due to gravitation and tolerances.
Gravitation: if you lean the watch in one direction you can see that the alignment will be good with some second markers, but not with other. When leaning it in another direction it will align with the other markers.
Tolerances: The very small tolerances (needed in order to make the movement spin) inside the movement will be "magnified" and visible at the end of the long second hand.
Nevertheless, the watch will always keep the total 60sec time with accurate precision.