Your watch is water resistant and can endure splashes and showers. It is not appropriate for water sports, pool diving, or sea diving.
A waterproof function is on of the most important features to look for in a dive watch as many contain depths limitations due to battery life. The deeper the dive, the more important it is that the watch has good battery life. Some models may be able to switch between deep-sea and shallow-water modes to increase their lifetime. For example, a model that can operate at a depth of 200 meters for 10 years before changing the battery would be considered excellent quality. While operating in deep-sea mode, the watch will use less power so its battery life should be increased accordingly.
Swimming with a dive watch is fine as long as you are not immersed in water for longer than one hour. If you need to re-fuel during your swim, there are some special cases where we recommend not wearing a dive watch because you will need to take off the watch to re-fuel which could drain the battery while you are swimming.
If you want to swim with your dive watch then only wear it when there is no risk of getting immersed in water for longer than an hour.
Your watch can endure splashes and showers and is water resistant. It is not appropriate for water sports, pool diving, or sea diving.
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Swimming with a 50m watch is possible, but swimming should be limited to avoid long-term harm to your precious property. 100m water resistance or 10 bar/atmospheres is the maximum protection that can be provided by most watches. If your watch is less than 100m resistant, it may stop working properly when exposed to water.
Even if you do not go in over your head, there are other dangers that come with swimming with jewelry. Other people's belongings are also lost at sea and this area of beach is particularly dangerous because of its sharp rocks and shifting sand dunes. You never know what might be lying on the shore waiting for someone to walk by.
If you are going in over your head, make sure that you keep an eye out for debris such as fishing nets. These can get tangled up in your body armor or hair ribbon and cause you serious injury.
Also keep an eye out for rips in the surface water. This usually indicates there is something buried under the surface and if you fall into these you could be trapped.
Last, listen to local advice about safety precautions to take at beaches. Some areas may be warning you not to jump off cliffs or climb onto ocean floors because there are submerged objects that could damage your watch or other valuables.
Despite the name, a watch that is water resistant to 30 meters is only splash resistant. Simply put, it has been tested to a depth of 30m. Wearing these timepieces while swimming is not recommended. Waterproof to 50m or 5 bar/atmospheres. Will not stop a bullet.
According to ISO standard 22810:2010, Apple Watch Series 3, Apple Watch Series 4, Apple Watch Series 5, Apple Watch SE, and Apple Watch Series 6 have a water resistance rating of 50 meters. This implies they may be used in shallow water activities like as swimming in a pool or the ocean. However, we recommend that you do not expose your Apple Watch to water content greater than 1 meter.
You can even wear it while showering, but only if the watch is new or has recently been resealed. This is because the water resistant seal on the watch may weaken with time, especially if it is dropped. If this happens, you should get out of the shower immediately and try again later.
Showering with any kind of jewelry in place is not recommended because the movement of your body while bathing could cause the jewelry to rub against your skin, irritating it and possibly causing pain or discomfort. Even if you don't feel anything at first, over time this could lead to skin infections or scars.
However, if you have old jewelry that is no longer safe to be around water, then now is the time to get rid of it. Preferably, you shouldn't wear any kind of jewelry when taking a bath or shower.
The American Cancer Society recommends that you not wear jewelry while taking a bath or shower. The reason for this is so that you don't rinse any unwanted chemicals into your bloodstream through wet jewelry. Also, if you happen to get scalded by hot water, you won't be able to put up a fight against metal poisoning.
Water resistance for the Apple Watch is 50 meters. Ideal for swimming, surfing, or water balloon battles. Duck, duck, duck!
You can wear your Apple Watch while you're in the shower or washing dishes. Just make sure that it's waterproof up to 50 meters (164 feet).
If you get it wet, you should take it off and put it in a bag of rice for three days or wipe it down with a dry cloth. Please note that if you leave it in the rain or underwater, it may not work after that.
Here are some other things you should know:
- The Apple Watch costs $349 and up. It comes in silver, gold, black, red, or green. A single charge lasts about 3-4 days.
- You can add custom watch faces to show more information. For example, you could have one that shows the time along with text messages, calls, emails, and more.
- You can use certain apps to send texts, make calls, and use Maps without having to touch your phone. These include Messages, Phone, Mail, Find My Friends, Store, and News.