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Curious if the automatic "bumper" movements of the 50s are uncomfortable. Due to the rotor making contact with a solid piece of metal. Is this noticeable when wearing?
 

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Curious if the automatic "bumper" movements of the 50s are uncomfortable. Due to the rotor making contact with a solid piece of metal. Is this noticeable when wearing?
No, unless you look for it. The 7750 "wrist massage" is much more noticeable.

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Curious if the automatic "bumper" movements of the 50s are uncomfortable. Due to the rotor making contact with a solid piece of metal. Is this noticeable when wearing?
I don't find it that noticeable (late 40s Constellation). Then again, I'm heavilly medicated most of the time:-x.
 

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The bumper makes contact with a spring not a solid piece of metal. It's not uncomfortable to wear these watches.
 

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I never notice mine bumping. My wife thinks it's cool to rock the watch in her hand and feel the bump.

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I never notice mine bumping. My wife thinks it's cool to rock it in her hand and feel the bump.

Fr. John+
Bwahahahahahahahah!

I don't know if this was a serious post, or one of those with innuendo! Priceless!
 
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