Frequently Asked Question
When you consider owning or caring for a STAGE watch, several questions may spring to mind. Below are some of the more common inquiries.
Setting The Time
This function allows the watch to be time set using the crown.When you carry out this operation, make sure that the calendarchanges date at midnight and not at noon.
Rapid Date Change
It is strongly recommended not to carry out this correction
between 9 pm and 3 am, when the calendar disk is engaged, as the operation could damage the mechanism.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
1. Pull the crown out to position 2.
2. Turn the crown clockwise (or counterclockwise depending on model) until the date shows in the aperture.
3. Push the crown home against the case.
back all the way to ensure a good seal.
Winding a screw-down crown watch
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
1. Unscrew the crown
2. Push the crown against the case while screwing it back. From time to time check that the crown is properly screwed down.
When do I need to service my timepiece?
The movement and the water resistance should be checked periodically.
What does ‘pre-order’ mean?
It means that this watch isn’t ready yet and is still under construction at our manufacture. The ‘pre-order date’ is the date we expect it to be ready to ship to customers.
Can a shock disturb my watch?
My watch is running fast. Why?
If your watch is running fast, it may have been exposed to magnetic fields. If necessary, a simple demagnetization process can be performed by a professional watchmaker, before resetting the time. If not, you watch might need a maintenance service.
How long is a Stage watch guaranteed?
We guarantee your timepiece against all manufacturing and workmanship defects for a period of 24 months from the date of purchase shown on the invoice.
What does the Stage product warranty cover?
We guarantee your watch against all manufacturing and workmanship defects for a period of two years from its date of purchase.
Our watches are exposed daily to various magnetic fields. Depending on their intensity, these fields may put your watch out of order. Magnetic fields can stick the coils together, and as a consequence, the watch could slow down, accelerate, and even stop. Despite all the care brought by Watch-making brands, repeated or very long contacts with a strong magnetic field may affect yourtime-piece. Leaving every night ones watch on a loudspeaker or an alarm clock could for instance magnetize your watch. Therefore, whenever possible, rather steer clear of these fields.