Yesterday I took my Watch to the Genius Bar because the heart rate sensor had popped off and one of the internal cables had come loose, so some features stopped working. I was told I had to hand the Watch over to be sent away for repairs, and the estimated turnaround time is 3-4 weeks. Has anybody else experienced this and/or feel it's a bit excessive? Particularly because Apple Watch is a device essentially designed to be worn and monitor your activity 24/7 I'm surprised Apple haven't made more of an effort to reduce the impact repairs can have. I asked whether it could simply be swapped out like the iPhone often is and was told no, and they can't provide me with a spare/loaner to use in the meantime either. So here I am without my Watch for maybe a month or so. It's fairly interesting to notice just how much I've integrated the Watch into my life though. I never really thought I used it much but I feel naked without it now. And the number of times I've caught myself saying "Hey Siri" to my bare wrist is ridiculous.