Hello! I got the Galaxy Rash after a few days after using my brand new watch. Just over the watch, not the belt. You know what they say, if the problem persist go to your physician. Well, I´m a physician (a geek one) and I didnt knew what was happening with my skin (sorry 4 the english). The materials of which the watch is made, look harmless. There is a chance of getting alergies to almost any compound in earth, but, most allergies are common. Metal allergies are not so usual, unless you are a piercing fan. One day in the night work, I removed my watch because the rash and in the dark looked the strong green light the device uses to test for the hearth rate. Then I searched how often the watch does this by default, and its every 10 minutes. Well, in medicine not every solution works for every person. But for me, turn off the hearth rate sensor was the solution for the rash. I can say that I have a photosensitive skin that reacts to repetitive exposure to the strong light of this sensor. Photosensitivity its way lot common that other types of allergies. Try it at home, if you have the rash over the watch, were the sensor lights the skin (like me). The setup its kinda hidden, but there it is: APPS / Samsung Health / HR Monitor / Options (right 3 dots) / Setup / NEVER!* Hope it helps you. Samsung needs to study this, and post some clarifications, if this is true. * You can turn on monitor when doing excersise. The problem its from repetitive and continuos exposure, unless you are very very sensitive to light.
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