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    Re: Omega 5000g Shock Resistance: What does that mean?

    Wow! Thank god you weren't the bezel!
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    Re: Omega 5000g Shock Resistance: What does that mean?

    Sounds like the main (only?) concern as to impact damage has to do with the mechanical movement. I mostly wear quartz watches (I like to know the time), e.g. the Omega Seamaster 300 in quartz. My guess is that quartz watches are much more rugged.

    Any knowledge or opinions?

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