Barcafan89

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I suffer with ADHD and i was having an anger out burst my watch almost fell off will it be ok because I was hitting the bed pretty hard
 

iPhysicist

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I suffer with ADHD and i was having an anger out burst my watch almost fell off will it be ok because I was hitting the bed pretty hard

You can be sure that if the outside of the watch is undamaged the innards are most certainly unharmed too.
 

JayLenochiniMac

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Actually extreme G-forces can damage the accelerometer/gyroscope.

While true, punching a soft bed most certainly doesn't induce a greater G-force compared to a judoka slapping on a firm mat while wearing the AW after a throw. One of Apple's AW commercials actually shows this and I had to laugh because no real judo/jujitsu instructors would allow their students to wear a watch during practice for safety reasons.
 
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Julien

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While true, punching a soft bed most certainly doesn't induce a greater G-force compared to a judoka slapping on a firm mat while wearing the AW after a throw. One of Apple's AW commercials actually show this and I had to laugh because no real judo/jujitsu instructors would allow their students to wear a watch during practice for safety reasons.
I thought the OP might be hitting the headboard.:D
 

Donoban

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I suffer with ADHD and i was having an anger out burst my watch almost fell off will it be ok because I was hitting the bed pretty hard

A watch can be replaced, a broken hard, wrist, etc could affect you for the rest of your life. Take care of yourself first and your watch will be ok.
 
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NavySEAL6

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This is making me think, does anyone actually box with the watch? Can I use it to track a heavy bag work out? I always kind of worried the force is too much.
 

NavySEAL6

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Well I'm definitely a novice but I can throw a fairly hard punch and I worry something inside the watch will rattle or break.

Anyone have any experience with punching bags?
 
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