Three Apple watches and a pile of trash in Lake Champlain

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Tracy

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I found my apple watch underwater in a cave. I don't know how long it had been there. I contacted the owner on the home screen and they never responded. So I reset it and wear it everyday.
 

SlugLife

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I don't think it will still work after a full week at 15+ ft deep, but I'll get it back to him so he can have closure and lay it to rest with an appropriate ceremony.
Apple-watches often work when I find them, including ones found 30-to-60 feet deep.
 

BlueTrin

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Apple-watches often work when I find them, including ones found 30-to-60 feet deep.
Where do you usually dive?

Asking for a friend … 😂
 

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Where do you usually dive?

Asking for a friend … 😂
The spots I dive tend to get picked over once I'm done with them.

What you want to look for are places where a bunch of party-boats hang out, or where people jump off cliffs into the water.
 
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