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I have an application whereby I want to glue a magnet to the back of the watch and attach it to a metal shroud. I need to remove it and reattach it to the shroud several times a day. Will the operation of the watch be affected? If the operation of the watch is affected, do you have another model with a mounting bracket that could be removed frequently?

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Generally an LCD watch is not affected by magnetism. A mechanical or quartz watch will be effected. My advice is to set a magnet on the watch and see what happens. A mechanical and quartz(or any watch with analog hands) will stop. Michael

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