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As the devices are IP rated as water resistant I do not take mine into water scenarios such as a pool or shower etc, however using them in the rain does not concern me.
II wouldn't use them in sea water.
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06-08-2023 05:40 PM in
The IP rating 68 rating indicates that the Galaxy Watch 5 can survive under water at a depth of 1.5 metres for 30 minutes before water leaks in. According to the device's certification for 5 ATM water resistance it was tested by being submerged for 10 minutes in fresh water at a depth of 50 metres . Swimming pools that are treated with chemicals may affect the water resistance and seawater has a lot of salt which is another factor to take into account. personally would not risk it but everyone will use their own judgement.
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