Can anyone explain the shock protection methods that ETA or Hamilton uses and how much protection that offers? I have a Khaki Auto with the 2824-2 movement and am concerned about how much rattling or impact it can safely withstand.
I read BarryH's review of my exact watch and am wondering if someone can explain or reference more about the Incabloc and Etachoc systems...?
I second guess the watches ability to take the type of rapid shaking it can get on a daily basis.... like when you're shaking off wet hands or a toothbrush or hammering a nail; that kind of thing. I was building a bird feeder in the garage the other day and took my watch off after pounding a few small nails. Is this excessively worrisome or a real concern for over-jiggling the movement?
Thanks very much, all!