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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by Haribo22, Jan 1, 2016.
Hey, my rose gold apple watch sport has a slight silver mark on it which is tiny, does this matter?
does it bother you?
its a dot, so I'm not sure if it would bother others then it would bother me.
Why would ti bother others if its not their watch - surely if it bothers you that is all that matters?
Is this the same mark on the pin on your rose gold Sport band that's hardly visible?
@Haribo22 - show your Apple watch to a "genius". That should help you decide if what you see really bothers you - or it's nothing.
Why does it matter if it bothers anyone else? It's your watch, it's either an issue for you or it's not. Since you're asking about it, I'm guessing it bothers you. I will also point out that it's a watch and it's bound to get nicks and scratches over time.
My SS Watch has scratches.... It's a watch, they get scratched
its the same kind of chip/mark as the ones what were reported on the space black sports model
You mean on the back where the lettering is? If so, take it in as it's a known defect.
no not on the back on the front where the screen is
You mean on the metal and it chipped through the "rose gold" finish?
Nah. Doesn't matter. Now that the first ding is out of the way, you can stop babying the thing and start wearing it without worry.
My SS model doesn't have any dings yet (knock on wood), unless you count the so-called "microscratches" that are only visible under certain lighting. I could show you the dings and scratches on my other watches, though.
the mark on my apple watch is literally the size of a speck of dust
You're that anal retentive, huh? Why are you asking us if this matters?