Activation Lock has dramatically reduced the amount of theft with iOS devices. Even if a thief nukes a stolen iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch he needs the victim's iTunes password to unlock the device. He also can't sell the device because it has been added to a database used to deter unwitting future purchasers from buying the hot devices. Wouldn't it be safe to assume that Apple Watch works the same way? We all know about the AutoLock that occurs when a thief rips it off your arm, but can't he just hold down the contacts button, force touch Power off to reveal Erase Content and Settings, and have himself a brand new $350-$17,000 watch? It appears we don't even have a Find my Apple Watch for our most expensive Apple product. I have yet to actually tap on Erase Content and Settings (I am just starting to soar with the watch, I don't want to start over!). But can I expect for the Watch to insist that it be paired with my iPhone after it is nuked? Or am I and my family going to be open season when it comes to would-be-thieves looking to cash in on this hot gadget? Has anyone hit Erase all Content and Settings on Watch? Were there any Activation Lock security measures once you tried to re-pair?