So how long a stretch are you looking at?They will ask you to run it through the scanner and it won't affect it at all. I am in and out of courthouses almost every day and they run my watches through with no problems.
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I have a construction business and we have to get plats of survey and fill out a ton of forms for permits. It feels like a sentence sometimes.mine didn't react at all. It seemed pretty nonplussed about th whole affair.
So how long a stretch are you looking at?
Most airports (I go through a "few") ask you to take it off before the full body scan, on the rare occasions I forget they usually ask to look at it, usually only a glance. I always carry my watches in my carry-on and leave one slot in my travel case for the one I have on, I put it in before the xray machine just to keep it from getting scratched.Watches don't come off when going through the whole body scanners where you raise your arms. If you have to remove it, I used to put mine down in my shoe. OK to run it through xray.
This is the same as me.(Well except for the part about being surrounded by people wearing Panerai's)I am sitting at the airport in New Orleans right now, and minutes ago went through security with my watch on (Speedmaster). Like every other flight I have ever taken (US, Canada, Europe, Australia, etc.), I was not asked to remove it, and there were no detectors set off by it.
The three other watch people I met in the security line, all wearing Panerai's, also went through with their watches on. I know people have said they have been asked to remove them, but I never have...