One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(especially of watches) resistant to magnetization.
- ‘Say, does this ship have an anti-magnetic coating?’
- ‘They brought out the world's first antimagnetic watch.’
- ‘Antimagnetic models are also available.’
- ‘To me it's all about interleaved road wheels, anti-magnetic mine paste, and liquid-fuel rockets.’
- ‘Most modern watches are inherently somewhat anti-magnetic.’
- ‘At the time of its launch, this was the first self-winding, antimagnetic, shock- and water-resistant watch in the world.’
- ‘The newest plier-tweezer innovation in the industry combines plier handles with antiacid, antimagnetic stainless steel tweezer tips.’
- ‘More corrosion resistant than anti-magnetic stainless steel, but less resistant than SPI Gold Plated tweezers especially for osmium tetroxide vapors.’
- ‘She's got an anti-magnetic hull and can use hydro jets instead of engines so there won't be any signatures.’
- ‘Every watch features an important technical detail which is not visible at first sight but has a major influence on its accuracy under harsh conditions - the anti-magnetic cage.’
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