Care Guide


  • Handling: Treat your watch as the intricate piece of craftsmanship it is. Always handle with clean hands and avoid any forceful impacts as these can damage the delicate internal mechanisms.

  • Cleaning: To maintain its pristine appearance, gently wipe away dirt, sweat, or moisture with a soft cloth. Refrain from using any chemicals or abrasive cleaning solutions.

  • Perfumes and Colognes: When applying perfumes or colognes, ensure your watch is either not on your wrist or is well-protected. The chemicals in these fragrances can react adversely with the metals and materials of the watch, leading to potential damage or discoloration.

  • Water Resistance: Even if designed with water-resistance, refrain from submerging it for extended periods. Before any water exposure, ensure the crown is securely pushed in or screwed down to prevent water infiltration.

  • Storage: When not adorning your wrist, store your watch in a cool, dry environment. For prolonged periods of non-use, its original box or a designated watch case offers the best protection.

  • Maintenance: Just like any precision instrument, ensure you service your watch every 2-3 years to maintain its optimal functionality and accurate timekeeping. For quartz watches, remember that they may require periodic battery replacements to keep ticking seamlessly.

  • Avoid Extremes: Watches are sensitive to their surroundings. Shield them from extreme cold or heat, intense magnetic fields, and avoid exposing them to direct sunlight for extended durations.


  • Handling: Pens are more than writing instruments; they're statements. Always replace the cap when not in use to ensure the ink doesn't dry out.

  • Cleaning: Regularly wipe down your pen using a soft, dry cloth to maintain its lustrous finish, free from fingerprints or smudges.

  • Ink Replacement: For the best writing experience, always use the manufacturer-recommended ink or refills. This not only ensures seamless writing but prolongs the pen's life.

  • Storage: Store your pen vertically with the nib or writing point facing upward. This positioning prevents potential ink leakage or drying out of the tip.

  • Avoid Extremes: Sunlight and extreme temperatures can compromise the ink's integrity, causing it to either dry out or leak. Store in a temperate environment.

  • Maintenance: For fountain pens, occasional cleaning of the nib with lukewarm water ensures a smooth ink flow and prevents clogs.


  • Handling: Your sunglasses are as functional as they are stylish. Handle them gently without putting unnecessary strain on the frames.

  • Cleaning: For a clear view, always clean the lenses using a microfiber cloth. Steer clear of household cleaners or paper products as they can easily scratch the lenses.

  • Storage: Protect your sunglasses from potential damage or scratches by always storing them in a protective case.

  • Avoid Contact: Chemicals found in perfumes, colognes, or hair sprays can damage the lens coatings. Ensure your sunglasses are safe from direct contact with such products.

  • Maintenance: Over time, the frame screws might loosen. Periodically inspect and, if necessary, tighten these screws to keep your sunglasses in prime condition.

  • Protection: UV rays can be harmful. Ensure your sunglasses are equipped with proper UV protection to shield your eyes from these harmful rays.