Like any other precision mechanical device, your watch needs proper care.
In order to protect your timepiece and to keep it in good working order, please note the following:

Normal sports activities will not affect the integrity of the watch. However, any type of violent shock may upset the movement and the watch’s ability to keep correct time.

If you have not worn your watch for 24 hours or more, start your watch, swing it from side to side in a horizontal position for about 30 second (50...100 swings).

Adjust the date of your watch only when the hours hand is below the 2 and 10 o’clock makers. Changing the date with the hands close to the 12 o’clock maker could damage gears in your watch.

The watch itself should be cleaned with a soft cloth and water only. Avoid getting leather bands wet.
-To prevent humidity from entering the case, make sure the crown is always pushed back in
the wearing position.
-Water-resistance: a watch’s water-resistance cannot be guaranteed in all situations or forever. The
water-resistance can be affected by a shock to the crown, the ageing of gaskets
-Shocks : different types of shocks - whether chemical, thermal, physical, magnetic or other - can affect your watch.
-Temperature: avoid exposure to temperatures greater than 50°C (122°F), or below 0°C (32°F). Also
avoid extreme changes in temperature, such as putting the watch in extremely cold water after prolonged exposure to the sun.
-Magnetism: avoid placing your watch on iPads, computers, loudspeakers, mobile phones or
refrigerators. These devices generate powerful magnetic fields that can affect the precision of your watch.
-Chemical products: avoid direct contact with chemical cleaning agents, solvents, detergents,
cosmetics and other chemical products, as they may damage your case, bracelet or rubber gaskets.
-Crystal: The Crystal in your watch is coated with an anti-reflective treatment to make the time more readable. Marks may appear due to normal wear and tear of the watch, and are not covered
by the International Warranty.


The notation of water resistance to a given depth (e.g. 10ATM/100m) is based on the fact that the watch case has been designed to withstand a static laboratory test to the stated dept. The figures quoted refer to static pressure. The actual water pressure on the watch during use will be greater than the static pressure. For instance, diving pressure on the watch is clearly greater at the impact point with the water during poolside diving. Condensation can also be a problem. A sealed watch will pick up body warmth in water and this remains in the case. If the watch is then suddenly plunged into water that is some degrees colder, moisture can then be created within the watch and become visible as
small droplets under the glass. This normally dissipates by its own once the watch is removed from the water, but this not always the case.
The water-resistance rating of your watch was determined and checked when it was manufactured at our facilities in Switzerland. It does not imply a lifetime guarantee against water entering the watch. Your watch is water-resistant only when the crown is fully pushed-in against the case. Your watch is not water-resistant if the crown is in the winding or time-setting positions. Likewise, pushers should not be operated while the watch is wet or in water. Ageing and normal day-to-day handling affect the water-resistance of your watch.


Depending on how you use your watch and the conditions in which you use it, we advise you to have your watch serviced every 2 to 4 years. Each BOVARRO watch is individually adjusted and checked on its accuracy before leaving our facilities.

1- Normal Position. Rotate clockwise to unscrew
2- For date correction. Pull the crown out to Position 2 to set the date.
3- For setting the hands (stopping second) CRYSTAL