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Re: How water resistant is the Speedmaster Pro MW.

I don't think there should be any problem with doing what you mentioned. None of those things are really going to force water passed the O-rings. However definitely make sure the o-rings are in good shape, since that is your only protection. I have mine changed every couple of years. I however don't even wash my hands in mine, I just don't want to risk it, just an occasional splash of water for cleaning purposes. 30m is pretty deep, deeper then I have ever been, a fair amount of pressure giving the idea that the watch is fairly resistant for everyday chores. My personal choice is not to take any chances with my baby. Regards Sonny

: I know it says 30m but can you take a shower with it, or dip it in a pail of
: water when your washing dishes on a trail in the backwoods.

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