TAKING CARE OF YOUR WATCH
Your Piaget watch is a carefully crafted precious instrument, and it requires proper care. In this section, we will provide you with the key information to care for your watch, such as tips on daily care, cleaning and storage. Our Piaget specialists are also available in our boutiques to provide you with personalised maintenance advice.
TIPS FOR DAILY CARE
Eight simple tips for looking after your luxury watch.
Your mechanical watch will enjoy being wound up each day to keep its movement in motion.
- For a manual-winding watch, turn the crown until it resists, without forcing it.
- For a self-winding (automatic) watch, we recommend at least 20 turns of the crown.
Your quartz watch loves a fresh battery anytime it stops
Keeping your watch away from magnetic fields will preserve its precision.
In case of doubt, you can have your watch checked by taking it to a Piaget boutique or authorised retailer.
Take your watch off before you swim in seawater or use cosmetics. To clean your watch case and metal bracelet, simply wipe with a little soapy water and dry with a soft cloth.
Protect your watch by removing it when carrying out activities involving strong vibrations or impacts.
Nighttime is for sleeping, you can adjust the date on your watch at any time during the day to preserve its mechanism.
When not on your wrist, your watch should remain in a safe, dry place, protected from light.
Help keep the leather strap of your watch looking like new by avoiding contact with water, sunlight and cosmetics.
YOUR WATCH CHECK UP PRIVILEGE
You have the privilege of benefiting from a personalised inspection of your watch. As a client and member of our community, you can pop into a Piaget boutique and our specialists will be happy to help.
AESTHETIC CHECK UP
When you bring your Piaget watch to one of our boutiques, we can check the exterior of your watch for scratches, impact marks, and traces of dust and discoloration. That way you know what to look out for.
You can be sure you are always right on time by visiting with one of our specialists in our boutiques. They can use their equipment to ensure your Swiss watch is keeping perfect time, and suggest intervention if necessary.
If your watch has come into contact with a magnetic field, it won't run properly. If you suspect this our specialists can check for magnetisation and solve the problem for you.