Most Orient watches are water resistant up to at least 30m, with the Diver line being resistant up to 200m. Many water-resistant watches can be worn swimming, showering and even diving. However, if you and your watch are together in the water often, you need to take extra special care of it since it’s being exposed to harsher conditions than normal. When submerging your watch in water, make sure the crown is screwed or pushed in all the way, as water can leak in around the crown. Always rinse your watch off if you’ve been in salty or chlorinated waters and of course dry it off immediately after. If you happen to notice fogging under the face, take it to get fixed. Chances are, water has already leaked inside. To help prevent leaking, get gaskets replaced during regular maintenance since chlorine, perfume and other chemicals can damages gaskets and sealants.