Weird question about Moto 360General


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  1. balancing act

    balancing act Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have had my 360 for about 3 months now and I love it. I wear it almost all the time.
    Lately it has seemed to vibrate randomly not related to any notification. Or so I thought.
    I ended up turning it off this afternoon since it kept doing it, and I made a strange discovery.
    It is not the watch vibrating, it is the muscles in my wrist under where my watch sits(left hand).
    Even with the watch on the right wrist now, I am still intermittently getting these weird muscle twitches right in the area the watch normally sits.
    This seems really crazy, but it is happening.
    Has anyone else had this happen???
     

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    balancing act Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks The_Chief! After leaving the phone off that wrist for a couple of days I have determined there is actually something funky going on with that wrist. Still getting twitches and tingles. But I have def had the experience the article talks about too at other times. :D
     
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  4. mikedt

    mikedt 你好 Guide

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    Pins & needles, paresthesia in the wrist? Not wearing it too tight are you, cutting off blood supply?

    IANAD
     
  5. the lucky William

    the lucky William Well-Known Member

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    oh,sounds terrible,maybe you should release your wrist a few days. :)
     
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  6. mikedt

    mikedt 你好 Guide

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    I've heard with watch fittings, you're supposed to be able to fit your first and second fingers from your opposite hand comfortably under the band or strap, and if you can't, it's too tight.

    Disclaimer: I am not a jeweller or watchmaker.
     
  7. the lucky William

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    Er,I can't get it.First?not wrist?
     

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