Baume & Mercier 39 mm Classima Round Leather Quartz White Dial Men's Watch - Black Alligator
- Brand:BAUME & MERCIER
- Product Code: Watches
- SKU: AC42445
- UPC: 2020000002783
KWD 263.000KWD 515.000
- Price in reward points: 0.0000
Combining authentic watchmaking expertise and simple timeless design, the Classima collection remains faithful to its original vocation for classic, discreet elegance. Featuring a variety of dials including some with the iconic lined guilloché pattern, these watches combine understated perfection with technical prowess. Classima is the perfect collection for those who appreciate a timeless watch with elegant and subtle design codes. Choose Baume & Mercier 39 mm Classima Round Leather Quartz White Dial Men's Watch - Black Alligator.
Setting the time
1. Pull the crown to Position 2.
2. Turn it either clockwise or counter-clockwise until the watch hands (A, B) are positioned at the desired time.
3. Reset the crown to Position 1.
A “quartz” watch is one that is powered by a quartz movement, complete with an electronic circuit board, synthetic quartz crystal, and battery, as opposed to mechanical moving gears, wheels, and other parts. Most quartz movements, whose second hands move in individual “ticks,” beat at a frequency of 32,768 oscillations per second, although today there is also very high precision (VHP) calibers on the market that vibrate at even faster oscillations per minute.
It features Roman numerals and a small date aperture at 3 o’clock. The watch comes with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and is powered by Swiss-made quartz movement.
It comes with a Tang buckle that designed as classic belt buckles with a metal loop and pin. The tail end of the strap has holes in small increments, the strap is then threaded through the buckle and the pin is pushed through the corresponding hole for a good fit.
The efficiency of the self-winding process is directly linked to the motion of the wearer's wrist. In case of insufficient movements, the watch may stop even while being worn. In this case, we recommend preventively wind the watch manually with about 20 clockwise turns of the crown. Also, the watchband must be correctly fitted to the wearer’s wrist: if the watchband is too loose, the watch may not wind itself correctly.
The watch should be removed from your wrist before winding it. This ensures the crown stem remains completely straight during winding and avoids the risk of damaging the crown or the movement.
Do not deliberately shake a self-winding watch in order to wind it. This is ineffective and could damage the movement. Even if your watch is not worn for several months we advise you to regularly wind it manually. This will prevent the oils from either congealing or flowing over the shafts of the movement.