Name Watches Are Placed In The Safe, Will They Be Magnetized?

Most of today’s safes are electronic locks, and some people will worry about whether the watch will be magnetized for a long time. As for the magnetism of the watch, because no one would go and take their own watch and try it easily with a magnet, I have some experience to talk about because I keep the watch in the safe / safe drawer. Let’s start with the conclusion:
No magnetism, but be careful of magnets.

Today’s safes are basically electronic locks with fingerprints and passwords.
 I don’t know how you usually store your watch. I usually put my watch in the safety drawer of the cabinet. Safety drawer with electronic lock, fingerprint identification. The electronic lock puts the battery. There is a motor inside. Press the fingerprint and the drawer will pop up automatically. It is a small safe. These safety drawers have been used for the longest time, and they are still in use now. The watch has been put inside for years without any problems. From my personal situation, this kind of electronic lock has no effect on the watch and will not make the watch magnetic.
 Until one day, I felt that there were too many watches and the safety drawer was a bit cramped. In particular, there are more folding buckle watches. Generally, the folding buckle watch does not separate the strap, and it occupies a large area, so I decided to buy another safe to put the watch.

Today’s safes are basically electronic locks with fingerprints and passwords.
 Today’s safes generally have fingerprints and passwords, which can be unlocked with a separate fingerprint, unlocked with a separate password, or entered with both a fingerprint and a password. At the same time, it is very heavy and difficult to remove. I think it is safer than a safety drawer. But after buying it, I encountered a new problem. After I put the watch in the safe, one day I suddenly discovered that the small plastic door with the panel / battery box inside the safe was a small door opened and closed with a magnet. There is a coin-sized magnet on the small plastic door, which means that the watch in the safe is placed with the magnet every day. I took a spoon and tried it. It was so strong that it sucked it tightly. I was afraid of the watch being magnetized, so I started to remove this small plastic door. It’s not easy to dismantle. It took a long time to dismantle. I thought there would be no problem, so I put the watch back and used it, but it was not finished.

It’s common to keep your watch in a safe, and normal electronic locks won’t make your watch magnetic.
 After two days, I was just too busy, and suddenly thought, would there still be magnetic force in the safe? I took a spoon and walked in the safe. As a result, the spoon was sucked again. This time, it was found that the panel / battery box was set before. There is also a magnet inside the panel / battery box. The suction force is also very large. I thought, yeah, the door must be able to open and close with two magnets inside and outside. I only removed the outside, and there was one inside. Unlike the small plastic door, the inside cannot be removed this time. But I was worried about the watch being magnetized, so I put the watch back in the drawer. Before putting back the fingerprint lock drawer, I also tried it with a spoon. The electronic lock of the safety drawer had no suction. I put it back down.
 Because the watch and the magnet were put together for so many days, in order to see if it was magnetized, I took a watch and went to the official after-sales inspection. After detection, no magnetism was detected. I further asked, watch stores, after closing every day, watches will be taken out of the counter, put in the safe, will the watch be magnetized? People in watch stores said that the safes in their stores were all mechanical lock safes that were bought without electronic locks.

Watch special safes, basically have a watch transfer device.
After this incident, I have several experiences.
 Today’s mainstream watches have certain anti-magnetic capabilities. Like Omega Zhizhen Observatory has 15,000 Gauss antimagnetic. Rolex blue niobium hairspring emphasizes antimagnetic ability. Some watches use silicon hairsprings, emphasizing that they are not magnetized. In addition to these, the mainstream watches of various brands generally use Nivarox hairsprings. Nivarox hairsprings are iron-nickel alloy hairsprings, while adding chromium and cobalt. Nivarox hairspring also has good anti-magnetic ability. In everyday life, it is not easily magnetized. I have also seen some people do experiments before, using an ordinary Longines watch, using various magnets to suck, and experimenting with various appliances, in the end this Longines was not magnetized. Longines uses Nivarox hairspring, which shows that daily antimagnetic is possible.

Someone tested it with Longines. After experimenting with home appliances and magnets, the watch was not magnetized.
 If the watch is so susceptible to magnetism, I have two magnets in the safe, and the watches in the cabinet should both be ‘scrap’. Since there is a magnet in my safe that can’t be removed, for safety reasons, I changed this safe to other items. ).

The hairsprings used in mainstream watches have certain anti-magnetic capabilities.
 Now, my watch continues to be placed in the fingerprint electronic lock safety drawer. As for the electronic lock, I personally have no problem putting the watch inside. At the same time, we can see that there are some safes for watches on the market, including watch turners, fingerprint locks, and password locks. There are a lot of electronic devices in the market. If you are really not assured, you can buy a mechanical lock safe like a specialty store.