Your Cartier watch and water

The water-resistance of your watch is ensured by sealed gaskets. The water-resistance seals of your certified water-resistant watch undergo natural deterioration due to aging. You are recommended to have a regular water-resistance check performed. This diagnostic service is provided at no charge by our expert watchmakers.

Before any contact with water, ensure that the crown of your watch is fully pushed into the case so it remains water-resistant.

When your watch is underwater do not activate the chronograph function, second time zone, or other secondary mechanical features.

After swimming, make sure to rinse your water-resistant watch in clean water so as to neutralize the harmful effects of seawater or chlorine.