Rip Curl watches are tested to the highest industry standards with the best Swiss pressure testing equipment and are purpose built for surfing.
- Do not clean watch with spray cleaners, thinners or other such volatile agents.
- Never try to open the watch.
- Avoid exposing your watch to extreme temperatures.
- Should moisture appear inside the watch, have it checked by Rip Curl technicians.
- Though Rip Curl watches are produced to high standards, avoid dropping the watch and rough treatment.
- Avoid exposing the watch to gasoline, cleaning solvents, aerosol sprays, paint etc as chemical reactions with such agents will destroy seals, case and finish.
- Do not operate buttons under water.
- After watch is exposed to salt water, rinse thoroughly in freshwater and wipe dry with a soft cloth.
NOTE : All Industry standard watch-testing is done to an overpressure situation in a static laboratory environment and does not signify a diving depth. Due to the fact that surfing is in no way a static sport there are influences that can effect a watches ability to keep water out. Eg : Frequent temperature changes, salt water and big wipeouts can diminish the longevity of the watches rubber seals. To keep your watch in peak condition for surfing we recommend you have your watch seals replaced and fully tested every 24 months at the Rip Curl Watch Service Centre.
RIP CURL PTY. LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss, or any claims by third parties that may arise through the use of this watch.