Care of Your Watch

Like all precision instruments, care must be taken to make sure your watch remains in good order. Make sure you know what you can do with your watch in terms of water resistancy and change the battery as soon as it has run out.

If your watch is water resistant, make sure the case back gaskets are replaced correctly before you get the watch wet again. 10 BAR or 20 BAR watches should always be pressure and water resistance tested after changing the battery.

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Magnetism

Your watch will not be affected by the normal magnetism generated by household appliances.

Shocks and vibrations

Your watch may be worn for normal sports activities, but try not to drop it or hit it against hard surfaces.

Temperature

Your watch is pre-adjusted so that a constant accuracy can be assured within normal temperature ranges.

Allergy

Unfortunately some people suffer from allergic reactions to certain materials used in the manufacture of watches, straps and bracelets. While all the products used in Pulsar watches are of a high standard, we recommend that if an allergic reaction occurs you stop wearing the watch and consult a doctor. To reduce the risk of allergic reaction it may be helpful to regularly clean the case and bracelet of your watch and not to wear it too tight on the wrist.

We are always trying to reduce potential allergic reactions and one example is that from January 1st 2000 all PULSAR watches sold in the EU were free of Nickel.

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PULSAR burst onto the world watch market with the first ever LED watch in 1972 and since then the name has been synonymous with adventurous and leading edge design.

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