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  • Your Steel HR can withstand a pressure similar to that of a 50 m (165 ft) depth. You can, therefore, use it when dishwashing, splashing or swimming. however, it can't be used for diving or snorkeling.
  • Do not press the button of your Steel HR when it is under water.
  • Avoid long exposure to salt water. Make sure you rinse your watch with fresh water after spending time swimming in salted water.
  • Avoid exposure to any chemical products such as solvents, detergents, perfumes or cosmetics. They may damage the wristband, the casing of the watch, or the HR sensor.
  • Avoid extreme atmospheres (e.g., saunas or steam rooms)
  • The aging of the materials may affect the waterproofness of the watch. Water resistance cannot be permanently guaranteed.
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