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Post by SeikoJohn on Thu Jun 06 2019, 23:31

I am thinking of buying one of those copper bracelets that have magnets in them , they help with blood circulation (maybe)

My question is will they interfere with my watches ? I thought magnets and watches was always a bIg NO NO !


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Post by domecurb on Fri Jun 07 2019, 11:59

@SeikoJohn wrote:I am thinking of buying one of those copper bracelets that have magnets in them , they help with blood circulation (maybe)

My question is will they interfere with my watches ? I thought magnets and watches was always a bIg NO NO !

i think if you wore the bracelet and watches on different wrists there wouldn't be an issue plus the magnets would have no effect on quartz movements


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Post by SeikoJohn on Fri Jun 07 2019, 16:58

@domecurb wrote:
i think if you wore the bracelet and watches on different wrists there wouldn't be an issue plus the magnets would have no effect on quartz movements

I guess you are right if it is worn on the opposite wrist all should be ok . Magnetic bracelets  3377044411


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