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When buying a watch, there is a criterion that must be taken into account: the resistance to water pressure, more commonly known as "water resistance". This is essential data to know if you can put your watch in contact with water and above all, at what level of pressure.

Choosing the right watch is more complicated than it looks. Between the case, the dial, the movement and the bracelet, there are things to take into account casually! Well hang on because today we are adding a layer of it, we are talking to you about choosing your single-hand watch.