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Which are some (highly) anti-magnetic (modern, recent years) mechanical watch?

  • Rolex Milgauss (1000 gauss)
  • Ball EHC (12,000A/m)
  • IWC Ingenieur (80,000A/m)
  • Panerai Arktos
What else?
 

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Sinn 65X ,75X has the inner iron core , and it's specially designed for resisting magnetic fields. (i think all sinn pilot series has this feature)

Also the Bremont Supermarine 500 has inner Faraday cage
 

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Here's one that is 100% resistant b-)

 

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Hey Thats a fantastic watch. I take it its a working watch or is it a gag? Never seen anything like it real or not. Medieval steam punk. Please let me know if its an art piece gag piece, or what ? thanks P&P
 

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Pretty much all Fricker divers are anti-magnetic to 80,000A/m (Kobold SEAL, Muhle Rasmus, JE Atlantis, Alphatime Sawfish, etc...). The Dreadnought was rated to 30,000A/m, but it's my understanding that they underrated it.

Also, there's the Vacheron Constantin Overseas.

Regards,
Adam

PS - Oh, and 1000 gauss = 80,000A/m. Go figure.
 
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