.....behold, my screen and what the Milanese loop did to it in just 3 days Purchased the AppleWatchSeries4 alu somewhere in October. Used the silicone band and felt it was too sweaty for me, so i decided to get the Milanese Loop.. because airy, and sexy!! On NewYearsDay i bought it, and on January 3rd my screen looked like what can be seen on the attached pictures.. Now, let me already tell that; - i did not fold/wrapped the band around the watch - i did not put it like that in my pocket - i did not forcefully, willingly rammed the band on the screen - i did not misused it in any way.. I have used it all this time with the silicone band; no issue/scratches/damages at all! Within 3 days my screen suffers all that mess. So.. how the hell did it happen? I have no damn idea!! By looking at the dots on the screen (which are scratches, but aren't 'stretched scratches', but 'dot-scratches') i can only say that this happened when the band was in contact with the screen. There are also stretched-scratches, and there are also Milanese loop-structure (print) scratches to be seen. It just eats it up upon contact ! Now, i do expect questions like: "Why do i allow the band to touch the screen??" - my answer would be like: " it just happens, the Milanese loop is not as firm as the woven/leather/silicone/etc band, it moves, it jiggles, and it also has a powerful magnet that grabs the Watch and the band itself. When putting it on or off it also comes really really near the edge of the screen, and when not done 100% properly it might touch the screen! It just happens, and cannot be avoided 100%. The problem is for me that whenever it happens, it results in scratches which shouldn't be the case and is unacceptable! In other words; please watch out when using this expensive band that can kill all the joy the AW can give you. It killed mine!