I'm asking here because the Mk II customer support didn't want to answer my question and sent me here instead.
So here goes:
As far as I know, mechanical watches aren't very fond of activities that could give them hard shocks, like chopping wood.
I'm looking at the cruxible or the hellion as I like the design, and I think it would be a cool watch for field and forest.
As that kind of use would involve actual wood chopping I was wondering wether the mentioned watches has any form of shock proofing or if I should take the watch of while chopping wood.
Or even better, if I am wrong all together, and a bit of shocks really doesn't damage mechanical watches.
I don't know if there is differences between NE15 and other movements like ETAxxxx
Any enlightenment would be welcome
PS: that became a lot longer question than I had planned, but I hope it at least was understandable