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Guys maybe a silly question but do quartz movements get magnetized?

Do we know anything about the Oceanus' line's anti-magnetic proprieties?

(I ask because I work in a pretty magnetic environment)
 

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Guys maybe a silly question but do quartz movements get magnetized?

Do we know anything about the Oceanus' line's anti-magnetic proprieties?

(I ask because I work in a pretty magnetic environment)
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Just received my Oceanus today and I absolutely love it. I choose the T200 deep blue one with the bracelet. Just wanted to ask, in the normal position, the crown has a clicking sound when turning(unlike other quartz watches where the crown moves freely in the normal position), is it normal?
 

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Please let me know if anyone has the T2600 and the pros and cons. I own the S100 and love it. I owned the S5000e and loved it but sold it. I think the sub-dials with the blue fading in and out with different light got to me.
How does the size play on the wrist. I usually don’t go over 40mm for my 7 inch wrist.
I like the look of the T2600. Thanks!
 

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Specifically Oceanus series have hand position correction. Watch self-checks and resets gears correctly if it was exposed to magnet or shaken.

As far as I can tell, Oceanus is a proper choice for you.




Guys maybe a silly question but do quartz movements get magnetized?

Do we know anything about the Oceanus' line's anti-magnetic proprieties?

(I ask because I work in a pretty magnetic environment)
 

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Please let me know if anyone has the T2600 and the pros and cons. I own the S100 and love it. I owned the S5000e and loved it but sold it. I think the sub-dials with the blue fading in and out with different light got to me.
How does the size play on the wrist. I usually don’t go over 40mm for my 7 inch wrist.
I like the look of the T2600. Thanks!
I owned and loved T2600.

Pros
Invisible sapphire due to dual anti-reflective coating. So good. Much better than for example on S100.
Excellent readability in all lighting conditions.

Cons
Crown too large and pressess on wrist. Main reason I stopped wearing T2600.
Titanium coating is not as strong as on more recent Oceanus watches.
 

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I owned and loved T2600.

Pros
Invisible sapphire due to dual anti-reflective coating. So good. Much better than for example on S100.
Excellent readability in all lighting conditions.

Cons
Crown too large and pressess on wrist. Main reason I stopped wearing T2600.
Titanium coating is not as strong as on more recent Oceanus watches.
That looks like an absolutely beautiful watch! No room for a new one right now but it is definitely making my list!
 

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Please let me know if anyone has the T2600 and the pros and cons. I own the S100 and love it. I owned the S5000e and loved it but sold it. I think the sub-dials with the blue fading in and out with different light got to me.
How does the size play on the wrist. I usually don’t go over 40mm for my 7 inch wrist.
I like the look of the T2600. Thanks!
I also considered the T2600 but preferred the floating indices, thicker bezel and the cleaner look (numbers instead of city abbreviations) of the T3000, which also has a blue dial variant.
Otherwise it is quite similar and looks great on my 6.7 inch wrist.
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Does the T3000 have normal lugs on it, in case the owner wishes to replace the bracelet?

Just wondering if Casio did something diabolical on this watch like they did on the S100.
 

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I also considered the T2600 but preferred the floating indices, thicker bezel and the cleaner look (numbers instead of city abbreviations) of the T3000, which also has a blue dial variant.
Otherwise it is quite similar and looks great on my 6.7 inch wrist.
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this one T3000-2AJF is an outstanding design

my favorite of all Oceanus

Superb legibility & colors
 

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this one T3000-2AJF is an outstanding design

my favorite of all Oceanus

Superb legibility & colors
I have somehow overlooked the T3000.
It's gorgeous and seems to be great value forbmoney within the Oceanus line 👍
 
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