Oh no, most of the watches suffer from our magnetic environment. Go think about that: Your Lab Top is more than 1, 000 Gauss. Your Cell phone too! Even a hair dryer is 400 gauss!

May 06, 2022,05:58 AM

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It has only been one week since it left me for service.

 By: pptraveltime : May 5th, 2022-21:52
But I already miss it much. This never occurred to me before. ...  

AD told me it will be 4-6 weeks.

 By: pptraveltime : May 5th, 2022-22:08
I hope he is right 😩

Watch gains 2mins per day.

 By: pptraveltime : May 5th, 2022-22:08
AD says it was probably magnetized.

Aren't most watches anti-magnetic by now ?

 By: Gregineugene : May 5th, 2022-23:35
Its the hair spring that would get magnetized...right ? Or are there other complications with magnetization that I'm missing? Or something else...?

Magnetism still happens

 By: enjoythemusic : May 6th, 2022-01:11
Yes a silicon hairspring helps reduce the possibility. This is where METAS certification has benefits.


 By: amanico : May 6th, 2022-15:01

Appreciate it bro

 By: pptraveltime : May 6th, 2022-11:45

i may undertsand

 By: psfparis : May 6th, 2022-13:43
still waiting for mine...

Also Laurent Ferrier?

 By: pptraveltime : May 6th, 2022-18:17

I got mine at Amazon and it works well

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : May 6th, 2022-19:26

yes the classic

 By: psfparis : May 9th, 2022-14:23
7/9 months due to slow/small production

All of my watches

 By: Weems@8 : May 14th, 2022-07:33
never been magnetized. I take some careful actions when i do not lay a watch on my magnet iPhone cover. Only my quartz equipped Longines Conquest can rest on my iPhone cover and my Omega Seamaster that resist 15000 Gauss. By the way, i fully understand a ... 

This is the first time I encountered this.

 By: pptraveltime : May 16th, 2022-13:50
Never need to worry about the magnetization with my Rolex 😂

It is perfect and you made a great shot

 By: Geo : May 24th, 2022-06:20
since the Laurent Ferrier watches are not ready to photograph. GEO