Sunday Rewind A Rolex Milgauss, An Omega >15,000 Gauss, And A 4,000 Gauss Neodymium Magnet
In this post from 2016, Jack offers a brief training in magnetism and afterward two or three watches on a colossally amazing magnet. It’s a point by point and insightful glance at a genuine issue in watchmaking that has just expanded with seriousness as we’ve expanded the measure of magnetic impedance in our cutting edge conditions. Yet, as Jack shows in the post, a few watches manage magnetism better than others.
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