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    No, the Microsoft Band 2 is not waterproof. The story doesn't end there, however. The Microsoft Band 2 actually meets the IPX7 standard in testing, but Microsoft insists the Band 2 is not intended to be immersed in water. If you try and it breaks, it won't be covered by the warranty.

    IPX7 means protection against temporary immersion in water at a 1-meter depth for 30 minutes, but Microsoft does not recommend you trying that. The good news is that light rain and hand washing shouldn't harm your Microsoft Band.

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    11-09-2015 05:00 PM

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