Really silly question. Had an Apex Flex installed in my left wrist (right wrist recovering from surgery)
When I wear my Apple watch Ultra it sits right on top of the implant. Sometimes you can see the end of the implant pushing up against the skin.
How robust are the Apex Flex chips ?
Do you think long term that the pressure from the watch may damage the implant?
Also how about anything the watch emits electronically like sensors and GPS?
Just don’t want to cause any damage to the implant.
Ideally you would not be wearing anything over the Apex. The tension on the skin is not good long term either. If this is a short term thing while you’re right wrist heals, that’s fine… but I wouldn’t make this a regular thing.
Actually #rosco had both a butt and foot implant… the foot one actually kinda inspired me because he had a wooden porch so you could easily mount a high power reader under the porch and read the chip as you approached the door. Truly hands free unlocking haha