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Do you wear your Watch while showering or washing dishes?


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Aug 14, 2018
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More curious and nosy. Am I the only Apple Watch wearer (AW6), that does not do the dishes or shower, with their Apple Watch on? Even the other day, I was cleaning the fish tank, and I placed my watch on the dinning room table.

I know the device can support a percentage of water. But, when I think of how much I paid for the bloody thing, I tend to keep it as far away from water, as possible.

Always thinking of the longevity of the thing. Thoughts...
I never wear it showering. I don't see any reason to do so and I change from my cellular watch to the regular GPS for the night after a shower. Doing dishes? No, I dont get it wet, so I leave it on. When I clean the aquarium, I usually have it on, but if I find I need to dunk both hands in the tank, I'll just take it off until I'm done.

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