antimagnetic


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Antonyms for antimagnetic

impervious to the effects of a magnetic field

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A spokesman, said: "We can repair it again or offer an antimagnetic watch or a refund.
He purportedly lost some of his favourite pieces, including a rare antimagnetic Rolex Milgauss watch from the 1950s worth 120,000 pounds.
It had a black dial with strong, luminescent hands and numerals that was the model for the development of the classical cockpit design, and later sometimes also a movement with antimagnetic parts of the escapement.
As the first special watch for the still young, grueling form of transport it already had almost all the important features on board: for example a black dial with strong, luminescent hands and numerals that was the model for the development of the classical cockpit design, and later sometimes also a movement with antimagnetic parts of the escapement.
Since the design inherently establishes a high impedance path to ground on all conductors, FieldSafe AntiMagnetic Power Cable also provides built in lightning resistance as well.
This means that the antimagnetic watch will not cause mines to detonate.