I have an original launch day Stainless Steel Sapphire Apple watch, which cost around $1000. Unfortunately the screen has started to detach itself from the casing, and i guess the battery was starting to go on its way out. Though it was swollen... Just purely co-incidental that both happened around the same time. Wondering if its worth bothering with the repair (whatever that cost may be) and just buying a Series 3 Sport instead, and making use of the waterproofing, and GPS. I think i made the mistake of buying a higher end Apple watch and really should of just bought the Sport and looked at it as a disposable watch after 2-3 yrs. My thought process at the time was well, i'd spend at least a $1000 on a nice time piece such as an Omega or Tag, and i really wanted Sapphire as i know how easy it is to scratch a watch face without it. Except a nice timepiece lasts years upon yrs.. Whereas a smart watch depreciates fast and goes out of date even faster. Truth be told, i wouldn't even mind leaving the Apple ecosystem, after jumping onboard in 2007... Very un-impressed with the iPhone X, ESPECIALLY the cost !!! and part of me wants to just get a nice time piece and buy an LG V30, when it comes out. I think Apple seems to be chasing the competition these days rather than making the innovation. I think Face ID will frustrate me, and i'd really miss Touch ID.... But i will really miss pinging my phone, as that's something i used a few times a day... And am struggling without it already. Anyway that's another story. I'm still on the fence about just getting another watch or repairing the fallen apart Series 1. But then i'll have to pay out for an X when it comes out, as my 7 is feeling very dated, and the 8 is a bit of an embarrassment, compared to the competition. But the X is a rip off.