Samsung Galaxy Watch User Claims Wearable Device BURNED His Wrist When Left On While Sleeping

Samsung Galaxy Watch User Claims Wearable Device BURNED His Wrist When Left On While Sleeping

  • A user on Reddit shared images of a burn that he claimed was caused by a Samsung Galaxy Watch 2
  • He states that the marks are third-degree burns, which extend to the layer of fat below the dermis.
  • Some other users also mentioned having similar issues while using this model of the Samsung smartwatch
  • Earlier this year, Fitbit recalled 1.7 million of its Ionic smartwatches after 118 users were injured from overheating.

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One person claims a Samsung Galaxy Watch burned his wrist while he was sleeping.

The post, which showed the person’s injury and the back of the watch that apparently caused the burn, was shared by a user named TheMattsterOfSelf on the ‘WellThatSucks’ Reddit community.

In the comments, he says that the watch is a Galaxy Watch ’44mm Bluetooth Active 2 Model’ which he has used to manage insomnia for some time.

The user also says that the marks from the incident are third-degree burns, which is the type that extends into the layer of fat below the dermis.

A user on Reddit shared images of a burn that he claimed was caused by a Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 (above)

A user on Reddit shared images of a burn that he claimed was caused by a Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 (above)

The post was shared by a user named TheMattsterOfSelf on the 'WellThatSucks' Reddit community.

The post was shared by a user named TheMattsterOfSelf on the 'WellThatSucks' Reddit community.

The post was shared by a user named TheMattsterOfSelf on the ‘WellThatSucks’ Reddit community.

He apparently visited an urgent care center after finding the burns under the clock.

The user also said that he did not use any type of skin cream and that he took sleeping pills, so he did not feel the burns until late at night.

“So I don’t know why exactly he managed to do this, just that something happened while my meds had me KO’d and clearly the failsafe itself had a glitch,” TheMattsterOfSelf wrote.

Some other Reddit users also mentioned having similar issues while using this Samsung smartwatch model.

In the comments, he says that the watch is a Galaxy Watch '44mm Bluetooth Active 2 Model' which he has used to manage insomnia for some time.

In the comments, he says that the watch is a Galaxy Watch '44mm Bluetooth Active 2 Model' which he has used to manage insomnia for some time.

In the comments, he says that the watch is a Galaxy Watch ’44mm Bluetooth Active 2 Model’ which he has used to manage insomnia for some time.

The user also said that he did not use any type of skin cream and that he was taking sleep medication, which is why he did not feel the burns until late at night.

The user also said that he did not use any type of skin cream and that he was taking sleep medication, which is why he did not feel the burns until late at night.

The user also said that he did not use any type of skin cream and that he was taking sleep medication, which is why he did not feel the burns until late at night.

Although wearables like the FitBit, Samsung Galaxy Watch, and Apple Watch are best known for tracking your heart rate after a few high-intensity intervals, millions of people also use them for sleep monitoring.

Samsung smartwatches have been implicated in wrist burns in the past.

An investigation into a possible class action lawsuit is examining other reports of Galaxy watches causing burns and injuries.

Earlier this year, Fitbit recalled 1.7 million of its Ionic smartwatches after 118 users were injured from overheating, with two-thirds suffering third-degree burns.

In that case, owners received a $299 rebate and a discount on future purchases.

The issues were caused by the smartwatch’s lithium-ion battery overheating.

DailyMail.com has contacted Samsung for comment.

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