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USER GUIDE

HOW TO SET TIME AND DATE ON YOUR OCEANER 41

How to set time and date on your oceaner 41

 

HOW TO CHANGE THE NATO STRAP OF YOUR OCEANER 41

How to chnage the nato strap of your oceaner 41

 

WATER RESISTANCE

All Walteri products have a degree of waterproofing (or “water resistance”), described either in meters, or in atmospheres (ATM) (1 atm = 10 m = approx. 33 ft). Note: the indication of the degree of water resistance in meters is a technical norm which does not correspond to an exact depth. The note “Water-resistant to XX m” does not mean that the watch can be worn to this depth. It simply indicates that the watch will resist pressure equivalent to a static immersion up to XX m deep. The wearer’s movements (diving, jumping, swimming, etc) as well as the force of the water (shower jets, river currents, waterfalls, etc) can considerably increase the pressure. The table below will indicate what activities are possible and what should be avoided in terms of the degree of waterproofing of your watch.

3 ATM / 30 M (100 FT) 5 ATM / 50 M (165 FT) 10 ATM / 100 M (330 FT) ≥ 30 ATM / ≥ 300 M (≥ 1000 FT)
SPLASHING
SHOWER, SWIMMING, SURFACE WATER SPORTS
WATER-SKIING, DIVES, SNORKELING
 DIVING

 

ESSENTIAL PRECAUTIONS REGARDING WATER RESISTANCE

  1. Never pull out and activate a crown under water or if the watch is wet.
  2. Never try and open the case yourself.
  3. In the event of water or condensation appearing under the glass, take the watch as quickly as possible to a Walteri retailer or authorized service center.