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Shock Resistance: As defined by the U.S. government regulation, a watch's ability to withstand an impact equal to that of being dropped onto a wood floor from a height of three feet.
 

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I wish it was a tile floor. Wood is much less common in the areas where I find myself removing my watch (bathroom for washing face and kitchen for washing dishes).

Besides, with some of today's monster watches, they should be rating the floor, not the watch:tongue_smilie:
 

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Hey, it used to be two feet but with inflation the distance is now three feet. If it becomes 4 feet, we may get the Humane Society of the United States on the case.

P.S. One of my sons works for HSUS so I like to pull his chain on occasion.
 

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Hey, it used to be two feet but with inflation the distance is now three feet. If it becomes 4 feet, we may get the Humane Society of the United States on the case.

P.S. One of my sons works for HSUS so I like to pull his chain on occasion.
Please remember that this is according to the US government.
So, do not expect this to be anywhere near reality.
:)
 
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