Is my Spacetalk water resistant?

Is my Spacetalk water resistant?

Learn more about water resistance levels of your device and what they mean in the real world, especially for children.  

Adventurer

Your Spacetalk Adventurer watch has our highest level of water resistance (IP67), but it’s not waterproof*.

It’s designed to stay protected if submerged in water up to 3.5 Feet deep and for up to 30 minutes.

This means your watch should be ok if you get caught in the rain, but we don’t recommend swimming, diving or bathing with it.

Things to avoid

Please note, water resistance of your device may diminish over time with normal use. The water seals in your watch may degrade due to:

  • Exposure to soap or soapy water

Exposure to detergents, insect repellent, lotions and sunscreen

  • Exposure to high-velocity water like water skiing, hose jets or pressurised water guns
  • Exposure to salt water or chlorine
  • Dropping your device
  • Excessive wear and tear

How devices are tested

To earn IP certification levels, our devices are tested in special labs to meet strict water resistance requirements. These tests are performed in highly controlled laboratory conditions using static and pure water. In everyday usage, your device may encounter water that is not static and purified, but contains various minerals, chemicals, salt and other elements that can affect water resistance performance over time.

Please note that the certified splash, dust and water resistance levels of any device are not permanent conditions and may decrease over time.

Got questions?

If you require further information regarding water resistance for your device, get in touch with our friendly customer service team.