Your watch's water resistance features are engraved on the case back next to the fish marking.
This water resistance marking indicates the depth to which the movement is protected from dust, moisture, and any damage that may occur if it is submerged at that depth. Seals are used to make watches water-resistant. To ensure continuous water resistance, we recommend replacing the seals every two years from the date of first use. It is also advisable to have our experts test your watch's water resistance every year if it has been exposed to seawater or pool water for long periods. Never adjust the crown while submerged in water because it may leak into the case. It is best to remove your watch before taking a shower or bath and before entering a sauna or steam room because heat, soap and steam can prematurely age the water-resistant seals.
Condensation under the crystal indicates that water has got into the watch and it must be checked as soon as possible.