Your  Fifty Eight watch is warranted for a period of twenty-four (24) months, under the terms and conditions of this warranty. Fifty Eight Watches warrants that the internal movement, mechanisms and the case of your Fifty Eight watch are free from defects. The international warranty covers material and manufacturing defects existing at the time of delivery of the purchased Fifty Eight watch.  Shipping to the service center to be borne by the buyer. All other costs related to repairing non man-made damages and return shipping are included in the two (2) year international warranty

During the warranty period and by presenting the valid warranty certificate, you will have the right to have any manufacturer defects serviced free of charge. In the event that the service is unable to restore the normal conditions of use of your Fifty Eight watch, Fifty Eight Watches guarantees its replacement with a watch of identical or similar characteristics. The warranty for the replacement watch ends twenty-four (24) months after the invoice date of the replaced watch.

This manufacturer warranty does not cover:

  • leather straps or metallic bracelets (e.g. leather, textile)
  • normal wear and tear and ageing
  • any damage on any part of the watch resulting from abnormal/abusive use, lack of care, negligence, accidents (knocks, dents, crushing, broken crystal, etc.), incorrect use of the watch and non-observance of the use directions provided by Fifty Eight Watches
  • indirect or consequential damages of any kind resulting from e.g. the use, the non-functioning, the defects or the inaccuracy of the watch
  • Fifty Eight timepieces handled by non-authorized persons (e.g. repairs) or which has been altered in its original condition beyond Fifty Eight Watches control

Any further claim against Fifty Eight Watches for damages additional to the above-described warranty is expressly excluded, except mandatory statutory rights the purchaser may have against the manufacturer.

If your timepiece requires repair due to mechanical fault within 2 years from the delivery date, please contact us at We reserve the right to require additional information demonstrating the malfunction or error, and the right to do troubleshooting prior to arranging for repair.



Self-winding | 3 hands | date

  • 1. Winding position
  • 2. Date setting
  • 3. Time setting

An Fifty Eight watch that has started and is worn every day for approximately 12 hours, does not need manual winding. Instead, arm movements cause the red rotor to rotate, thereby tightening the barrel spring. Even if you take off your watch at night, it continues to run. It only stops working if it is not worn for approx. 38 hours. If an automatic winding watch stops, it must be restarted as follows:

1. Winding position
With the crown in position 1, rotate it clockwise through 14 turns. This will give it a sufficient power reserve to function normally.

2. Date setting
Pull out the crown to position 3. Turn the hands forward until the date changes, and 05:00 the next day is indicated. The date changes cannot be performed within 22:00 and 02:00 because the mechanism is meshed for the change and damage may occur. Turn the crown clockwise until you reach the correct date.

3. Time setting
Pull the crown out on position 3 to set your watch time. When the crown is in position 3, the second-hand stops( Hacking Seconds) for you to accurately set the time.


To ensure the watch will keep its water resistance, press the crown back into its original position 1 at the base of the watch.


SELLITA SW 200-1 Self-Winding Swiss Made

Case fitting diameter25,60 mm — 11 ½ ´´´
Frequency28’800 A/h (4 Hz)
Running time38 Hours
Number of jewels26
Angle lift of balance50°

Water resistance is the ability of a watch to withstand the applied pressure of water. The ratings of water resistance are listed in depths (metres) or pressure (ATM), usually stated on the dial or on the back of the watch. This depth rating actually signifies the results of a static pressure test, undertaken in a laboratory environment. The number of metres shown is not to be confused with how deep underwater a watch can go.

Take a look at the water resistance chart for specific information.


Leather straps should never get wet. Exposure to moisture, high humidity, direct intense light, cosmetic or oil products will cause the leather to deteriorate prematurely as well as stain or discolor the strap. If your leather strap accidentally comes in contact with any of these elements, dry the strap immediately with a soft absorbent cloth to help reduce any further damage.

Always check to make sure the crown is properly pushed in, to ensure that the gasket is fully sealed.
When the crown is “unlocked” the watch will lose its water resistance and can either slowly leak or completely flood.


Your Fifty Eight watch is a high-precision instrument working continuously 24 hours a day, that needs regular maintenance for maximum reliability and long working life.

A Complete Service is recommended every 3 to 5 years but may vary depending on the use of the watch as well as the environment in which it is worn.

After a diagnosis, this service is recommended if the movement is no longer working properly.

It includes the following operations:

  • Disassembly of the watch
  • Movement overhaul: dismantling, cleaning, replacement of worn parts, reassembly and lubrication
  • Shining of the case (and metal bracelet)
  • Ultrasonic cleaning of the case (and metal bracelet)
  • Reassembly of the case with new gaskets
  • Replacement of other parts if necessary or requested by client
  • Reassembly of the watch
  • Technical and aesthetic final controls

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at