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Bertucci Watches: Sport, Titanium, Field Watches

The core vision and focus of Bertucci is and has always been to create the ultimate field watch. Bertucci was founded in 2004 with a different attitude from most watch makers out there. Instead of focusing on flashy looks or unnecessary style, Bertucci's design revolves around how the watch will actually be used in real world settlings. Versatility, performance, durability, and value are built into each and every watch they create.

Bertucci Field Watches use only the finest materials and best components, carefully selected to deliver on their unique vision. Each watchcase is built with lightweight and durable materials, each moving component uses metal precision quartz, and each band is made of top grade, water-resistant leather or rugged nylon webbing. The results are easy to see: Bertucci Field Watches are some of the most beloved, long lasting, and well used watches anywhere. Even their Original A-2T watch, which first launched the brand, is still sold and used today. Some more fantastic watches are the DX3 Field Watch and the A-11T Americana.

At, we love Bertucci's amazing style and utility. They have the distinction of being the only watch brand we carry, and we've met many Bertucci fans over the years. Give Bertucci Field Watches a try.

 Questions & Tips

Q: How do I care for my watch?

Bertucci has a list of several important care tips:

1 Never wear the watch unless the crown (setting knob) is completely screwed down for Titanium and Strainless Steel case styles or pushed in for Poly-Resin and Polycarbonate case styles. Do not overtighten crown (except for Poly-Resin or Polycarbonate case styles which have push in crowns).

2 We recommend rinsing your watch and band with fresh water after exposure to salt water, chlorinated water, chemicals, soil loads or dust.

3 Never adjust crown (setting knob) when watch is wet or submerged in water.

4 Keep watch clean and free of debris. Use mild hand dish soap & warm water with a soft brush to clean, keep crown in when cleaning.

5 If nylon band (if equipped with) develops loose threads, fuzz, or frays, carefully singe them with a lighter or match for a second, then rinse with water.

6 If leather band is submerged in water for an extended time period, allow it to air dry with no extra heat.

7 Replace band if excessively worn, see the BANDS section for replacement bands.

8 If watch has stopped bring it to a local professional jeweler with the tools and experience for battery replacements, battery type is engraved on the case back. You can also send your watch to our service center, see BATTERY & BAND SERVICE or REPAIR SERVICE section for more information. We discourage non-professional mall kiosk battery replacement service.

NOTE: a jumping second hand (advancing 4 - 5 seconds the pausing) is a low battery indicator.

9 Do not expose your watch to intense magnetic fields such as loudspeakers and other electromagnetic devices.

10 When setting your watch, handle the crown (setting knob) gently as this is a precision device.

11 Do not subject your watch to severe impact, avoid dropping.

12 If watch is not in use for an extended time period, pull crown out, stopping second hand, to conserve battery life.

Q: How Water Resistant are the Watches?

Your Bertucci Watch has been carefully designed and tested to be used in water. 86 P.S.I.A., 160 P.S.I.A., or 320 P.S.I.A. (equals immersion to 50 meters / 164 feet, 100 meters / 328 feet or 200 meters / 656 feet below sea level) if crown is pushed in or screwed down. See case back and / or dial for the water resistance of your watch.

1 Never adjust crown (setting knob) when watch is wet or submerged in water.

2 Never wear the watch unless the crown is completely screwed down or pushed in.

3 The watch is water resistant only as long as crystal, crown and case are intact and undamaged.

4 Your Bertucci Watch has been designed to be worn during activities in which the watch will be exposed to water and submersion in water. However, the watch is not a professional diver watch and should not be used for diving.

Q: Does Bertucci offer repairs or refurbishment?

Yes, if you are interested in non warranty repairs or refurbishment, please, please reach out to us directly here. We can help you through the process.

Bertucci Warranty Information

For non-warranty exchanges and returns, please see our policy here.

If you believe you have a warranty claim, please reach out to us directly here.

Every Bertucci watch is carefully designed, manufactured and inspected to ensure it meets our Promise Of Performance to you. This is backed up by a 3 year warranty on the watch head and 1 year on the band.

In the event of a malfunction, please follow these steps (for band only, go directly to Step 4).

Step 1 Determine whether the watch is in warranty. If the watch is in warranty, please follow the remaining steps. If it is NOT in warranty, please refer to the Refurbishment Program in the BATTERY & BAND, REPAIR section for more information.

Step 2 Determine whether the watch has been abused. If not abused, please follow the remaining steps. If the watch IS abused (for example, crown is not screwed down and watch is water damaged, or there is visual evidence of high impact to case or crystal), please refer to the Refurbishment Program in the BATTERY & BAND, REPAIR section for more information.

Step 3 Please have the battery checked by a local jeweler or professional watch service shop. Most malfunctions are simply battery related. If the battery is good, and the watch is still not functioning correctly, please follow Step 4 next. If the battery is bad, please refer to the Refurbishment Program in the BATTERY & BAND, REPAIR section for more information.

Step 4 Please return the defective watch (just the watch head, remove the band) or defective band to the dealer or send it to us for exchange. Please send a note with the defective watch with your name and shipping address, phone number, description of watch of watch (ex. A-2T nylon) and description of malfunction. Please allow 4-5 weeks (or sooner) for the return.