When Chef Elaine told me that she could eject water from her Apple Watch, I got one of those "did I hear that right?" expressions on my face. As the video at the link below demonstrates, you must first enable water lock mode and then turn the crown to start the water ejection process. The watch goes through ten cycles using a frequency of 165 Hz to expel water from the speakers, the only part of the watch that water can get at while it's in water lock mode.
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