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Why do you need to wear it while running? But it’ll be fine
To tell the time.
(Wifey is pretty critical about me being home when I say I'll be back - and yes I go a different route every time).

That and, why do I really need to wear something I need to take off because I'm scared of hurting it? (IMHO, that is how I lose things).
 

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Is jogging ok? My only concern being that it would be too much of a repetitive shock to the movement?
A good watch has an Anti-shock movement.
"Anti-shock assemblies are used to protect the upper and lower balance pivots from damage due to external impact on the watch. In some movements, shock assemblies are also used on the escape wheel."

jogging - the worst I think will happen is your watch may run a little slow as it absorbed the vibration. But realistically, the shock to worry about is a sudden sharp shock - like if you dropped it.
 
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