If anyone has purchased or is anticipating purchasing an Apple Watch, serious, serious, consideration should be given to purchasing a case protector as well as some type of screen or crystal protection. They are cheap and you won't regret it, like I did. Purchased a Series 3 for my wife from Costco.com and put it in service on Monday, Feb 5th. Did not realize how fragile these devices are! One week later, Monday, Feb 12th, my wife was attempting to put the watch on and it slipped out of her hands from waist high and fell to the kitchen floor. The floor is a tile floor. The fall from that short of distance to the floor literally obliterated the screen!! Attempting to handle it after the accident, the screen continued to break up into small pieces and chips just from touching the damaged screen. (Wish I would have photographed it prior to mailing) Eventually, the entire watch mechanism released from the case! I immediately call Apple and they sent me a shipping container to return it for an estimate. The watch cost $345.50 and was non-cellular version. The repair estimate is $229.00 ++!! Apple should definitely provide or encourage buyers to purchase case and/or crystal protectors (which by the way are very inexpensive). It would probably cut into their profit realized from their Apple Protection Plan they sell. Enclosed a note to Apple in the return package telling them if the cost is as they suggested to merely throw the watch away. It would make me doubly sick to my stomach to think about having almost $600.00 invested in a $345.50 watch. Will consider it an EXPENSIVE lesson learned.