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Blue Orca Wrote:These days before I enter the security control area, I take my watch off my wrist, and put it in a Oakley semi-hard soft vault case for large watches. Best travel case I have seen and best $20 I spent. I keep the vault case in my carry-on laptop case. This way, I avoid all risks such as:1. watch getting magnetized by metal detectors2. having to explain why my watch is so thick or why my chronograph is not for setting off explosive devices?3. watch disappears or is stolen when tray and I do not complete the scans at the same time4. watch falls off the tray or is mishandled by airport security or TSA staffsBlue
Nad Zakem Wrote:Blue, one habit I now have is to always wait until the tray is securely on the belt and on it's way into the X-Ray machine before I even pass through the metal detector.If security waves me through, I tell them I prefer to wait and keep an eye on the tray....always works and I never had any negative response.