After thinking about it, I did once damage a watch at the shooting range. Years ago, I took my shiny new watch off while shooting big bore revolvers, because of what the watch was doing to me, rather than the other way around. For some stupid reason I placed it on top of my targets and when a breeze came, it blew my the targets off the bench. The watch landed face down on the concrete and chipped the face. I just counted nine Eco-Drives. Think I'm developing a watch problem.