Water resistance

Common in most watches, a water resistance mark (varying anywhere between 50-200 metres) on the back of the case indicates that the timepiece is suitable for swimming, snorkeling, sailing and water sports. Not to be confused with a dive or diver’s watch. The term waterproof is not technically permitted in the watchmaking world. 

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