ANTI - MAGNETIC

I recently had a serious fall. No damage to my Seaholm but I did require an MRI at the emergency hospital. I was in much discomfort and never gave a thought to the possible effect on my watch nor did the technician mention not wearing it. Thankfully, the high standard of anti- magnetism built into the Seaholm shielded my watch from the MRI magnetic field. I was unaware how strong it is until I read this article.

John R.
New Jersey

THE SEAHOLM SOLUTION

THE PROBLEM - A SMALL MAGNET?

Small magnets, like those found in your iPad cover, a refrigerator magnet, or a computer monitor, produce magnetic fields that can compromise an automatic watch.  Even frequent high-altitude flying can magnetize a watch that is compliant to 4,800 A/m or ISO 764.

ISO 764 standards fall short of protecting movements in modern times.

THE SOLUTION - MUMetal PROTECTIVE CAGE

The SEAHOLM movement cage to accepts the magnetic charges when exposed to magnetic fields and "release it" once it the fields have been removed.  The internal carbon steel and brass parts remain unaffected .Our watches can withstand magnetic forces to 33,500 A/m or 420 Gauss.

This is at least 7 times the ISO standard.

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