How does a magnetic field affect a watch? Can an antimagnetic look be completely antimagnetic?
The so-called antimagnetic generally means that the main parts of the watch can be antimagnetic while others cannot. So the magnetic field must affect the clock. Especially for quartz watches, because the micro pusher that pushes the pointer in the quartz watch is driven by magnetic energy, that is, a stepping motor, it is easily disturbed by the magnetic field, and it will stop or display a speed deviation. Magnetic tools mainly cause the inaccuracy of quartz watches. The solution is straightforward, as long as you stay away from the magnetic field and rewind the chain.
Why does the watch go faster suddenly?
At some point, the watch runs faster for tens of minutes or even several hours. What is the cause of this:
1) The watch is placed next to an electrical appliance or a permanent magnet object that generates a magnetic field;
2) There are foreign objects in the hairspring.
Why do quartz watches stop?
1) The watch has been in contact with the magnetic field
2) The dry battery is dead
3) Pull your head away
If none of the above are true, you can ask a technician to investigate further.