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    Feb Watch Time test Omega Master CoAxial/>15,000 Gauss claims

    Article goes over tests to proved that the watch could withstand 2x the claim, or greater than 30,000 Gauss. Very interesting.
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    The magazine is currently on news stands or online e-subscriptions. Possible in a few months it will be on their site. They include a mini review of at the end of the AT >15,000 Gauss.






    My Seamaster 300 also has the master co-axial movement:



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