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effect of electricity on movement

February 3 2013 at 1:46 AM
shafikzaman  (Login shafikzaman)
from IP address 113.210.128.14

I had a slight electrical shock from a faulty appliance this morning whilst wearing my pam.
I'm hoping that my arm and body conducted the current past and away from my watch : (
It seems to be unaffected but just wondered if anyone else here has had a similar experience or might know of any harmful effects this may have caused?
should I be worried?
do you think this might have any long term effect or damage on the movement?
worried and would appreciate some feedback.

 
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Jon
(Login jawn101)
67.161.43.33

Should be none. It's not electrical or magnetic.

February 3 2013, 2:59 AM 

Wouldn't worry one bit. happy.gif

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Big Dog
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76.103.147.182

Re: effect of electricity on movement

February 3 2013, 4:50 AM 

The laws of physics would be turned upside down if your PAM were affected, unless, of course, your watch's case was touching the ground when your body got mildly shocked...

 
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James Mortimer
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86.181.128.187

I agree with the above

February 3 2013, 8:21 AM 

Electricity in that format won't cause any damage. Magnetism however can play havoc with the hairspring (common issue these days) but that won't be a problem for you here were and enjoy in good health.

 
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shafikzaman
(Login shafikzaman)
175.143.215.245

thanks to all

February 3 2013, 9:32 AM 

a little less worried now : )

 
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