Chad the Watch Guy explains to laymen like me what the water “resistance” on your watch actually means.
200 meters or greater is a dive watch, a strong water resistant watch, wear it in the ocean, wear it to dive etc. 100 meters is a swim watch, pool, minor water related activities. 30 meters is a repair watch, wear it in the water and get it repaired. Most watches fall into one of these three brackets, choose the type that best suits your activities.
The Leak Mystic (mistake) [Chad the Watch Guy]
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