The back of the watch states the watch is 3ATM Water Resistant. This does not mean the watch is waterproof. 3ATM Water Resistant is often misinterpreted as waterproof to 3 meters or 30 meters.
Below are 3 common sources explaining 3ATM Water Resistant;
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30m, 3 atm = Splash resistant. Ok for rain, hand washing, other occasional contact with water. 50m, 5 atm = Suitable for swimming, fishing, other outdoor activities. 100m, 10 atm = Suitable for snorkeling and other prolonged contact with water, but not for scuba
|Water Resistant 3 atm or 30 m||Suitable for everyday use. Splash/rain resistant. Not suitable for showering, bathing, swimming, snorkelling, water related work and fishing.||Not suitable for diving.|
3ATM (30 meters= ~100 ft.): This is the initial level of protection/water resistance. This is the basic standard to which the majority of watches sold today are built, both high-end and low-cost watches (there are real cheapies that don’t even have this, but they are not a subject of this guide). I wouldn’t even think of purposely immersing a watch with this rating for any period of time. Try to cover it up in the rain. If you get it wet, dry it off ASAP. NO SHOWERS and NO SWIMMING!
The Liberty is splash proof for everyday use, only when the charging port door is firmly closed. It is not waterproof.