There are a few ways to protect your Custom Luxury Watches from harsh elements like rain. You can keep it in a protective case when you're not wearing it, or you can give it a quick wipe-down with a dry cloth if it gets wet.
Another option is to purchase a water-resistant watch band, which will help keep your watch safe from moisture and humidity. Just be sure to read the product specifications before you buy, as not all bands are created equal.
Finally, if you know you're going to be in an environment where your watch is likely to get wet (like on a boat or by the pool), consider purchasing a waterproof watch instead.
3 Ways to Keep Your Watch Protected from the Elements: a) Seal up the case with a silicone wrist strap or rice paper. b) Hang the watch on its strap for protection during transport in a pocket or purse. 3) Use a watch display case.
Seals and protectors keep your watch safe and ready to wear. Silicone wrist straps are sold just about everywhere now. They slip over the watch face and strap, creating a seal against rain, extreme temperatures, sand, dust, etc. When I'm at the beach or doing yard work I slap one of these on my Custom Mens Watches and don't worry about them getting damaged because the silicone is waterproof and dustproof.
Rice paper is a sheet of rice-like material that can be cut to fit the wrist. It's waterproof and also dustproof. You can get it in different colors, you can use it to decorate your wrist, etc. It's all pretty cool stuff and I've used it in lots of different ways over the years.
The problem with bringing your Custom Womens Watches into the house and not having to worry about it getting crushed or ruined is a display case. I like the big ones in wood the best because they are heavy enough to keep the watch securely in place without additional support straps.
If you find yourself often wearing your watch in the rain (or if you forget to take it off before you shower), consider having it waterproofed. You can have this procedure done by professionals, or you can even do it yourself with the help of a watch gasket, silicone oil, cotton swabs, and ultraviolet epoxy. After waterproofing, make sure to test your watch to ensure that no water gets inside your timepiece.