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|I know personally of a micro effect. A friend of mine as a young man had a grandfather who could not wear a watch. When he tried, it would stop. Wasn't famous, or useful, just very *annoying*. He might have been able to use an electronic watch - but he was too old and stubborn to try by the time they were available (even though it would have been a fascinating data point).|
|Apparently, many people have a problem with watch reliability:
and there are many known explanations that are not mysterious:
1) some people are careless where they fling their arms, and the watch stops from mechanical shock
2) some people over wind their watches
And I note that respondents with the problem have no problem with all electronic watches or cell phones.
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