In real life, the watch is always affected by the surrounding magnetic field. Once the watch is magnetized, it will cause the time not accurate. Today, I will recommend three anti-magnetic watches for you to fight against strong magnetic fields, and you won’t be afraid of traveling all over the world.

Omega Seamaster Railmaster Chronometer Co-Axial Master 40MM Mens Wristwatch 22010402006001

Reference: 22010402006001

Price: $4,000.00

Diameter: 40MM

Case Material: Stainless Steel

Movement: Automatic 8806 Chronometer Movement

Power Reserve: 55 Hours

Water Resistant: 150M/500FT

In 1957, Omega released the first Seamaster Railmaster watch only for railway employees or professionals who work near magnetic fields. The new upgraded watch of the Omega Seamaster Railmaster series is based on the innovative concept of the original watch, presenting a simple, practical and elegant charm. The case is made of stainless steel, and the vertical matte black dial features a brushed stainless steel hands and an inlaid retro-style hour scale, all covered with a Super-LumiNova luminous coating, and also a beige “Railmaster” lettering, fulling of timeless style. The watch is paired with a fully-brushed steel bracelet and the directional screw-in case back is designed with a NAIAD lock to ensure that the enamel lettering is always in an upright position. The interior is equipped with the Omega 8806 movement. This watch is certified by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS), which can be resistant to high magnetic fields up to 15,000 Gauss, making people remind of the outstanding anti-magnetic properties of the original modern.

Baume Mercier Clifton Baumatic 40MM Automatic Mens Wristwatch 10436

Reference: 10436

Price: £2,500

Diameter: 40MM

Thickness: 10.3MM

Case Material: Steel, Polished/satin-finished

Movement: Automatic Baumatic BM12-1975A COSC Movement

Power Reserve: 120 Hours

Water Resistant: 50M

The new Clifton Baumatic series features silicon materials at key components, giving the watch a powerful diamagnetic resistance of up to 1500 gauss, no matter how the years change, it can keep accurate time. The design of this watch is outstanding, sophisticated and complex. The carefully polished steel case matches the retro “swashplate”, contrasting and complementary. The dial is lined with delicate hour and minute engravings. The brand’s iconic date display is located at 3 o’clock, echoing the slender Alpha (lancet type) big three hands. The design of the dial is very clear. The watch is equipped with the COSC automatic movement and has a 120-hour power reserve, which can keep you for a long time.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss Blue Dial Automatic Wristwatch 116400 GV / 72400

Reference: 116400 GV / 72400

Price: £7,550

Diameter: 40MM

Case Material: Stainless Steel

Movement: Automatic 3131 Movement

Power Reserve: 48 Hours

Water Resistant: 100M

The reliability and accuracy of a typical watch is affected by a 50 to 100 Gauss magnetic field strength. Rolex has been working hard to find a solution, and in 1956, it launched the first anti-magnetic watch Rolex Milgauss. This watch is made of stainless steel case that is wear-resistant and beautiful. The crystal glass mirror is complemented by an electro-optic blue dial that contrasts with the iconic lightning-shaped second hand. Rolex specially uses ferromagnetic alloys to create a magnetic cover to protect the movement. Milgauss uses the 3131 self-winding mechanical movement developed entirely by Rolex, combined with the brand’s patented advanced technology to ensure that the watch is protected from magnetic fields.

Summary: There are more magnetic fields in our modern life than before. If the watch is magnetic, it is recommended to go to a professional repair shop for degaussing. Anti-magnetic watches can bring more convenience to people in this respect, so these three it may be a good choice.