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Medical journals report wearing your wristwatch too tight can cause tendon injuries and other problems.
Also, safety experts say your should remove your watch before operating power tools near your wrist since it could become snagged.
Lastly, safety experts say a wristwatch increases the risk of injury in an auto air bag explosion.

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Nothings going to stop me from wearing my watches:001_tt2:
What's next,watches having warning labels on them?:glare:
 

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I"ll cut back on fatty foods, sugar and all that other bad stuff that's not good for you, but I won't give up my watches you have to draw the line somewhere!
 

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I wear my watches loose.

I don't typically operate power tools, but I'd rather remove my watch than to remove a body part.

I'm not going to take my watch off to drive. If I'm in a crash hard enough to deploy the air bags, my watch is the least of my problems. I can see, however, how a Subaqua Noma traveling at 300 mph into my brain-housing group might be a little on the painful side. I'll have to remember not to buy a Subaqua Noma.
 
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