Weak Haptic Response - Very weak Apple Support Response I have owned a stainless steel Apple Watch for the last 7 months and have always been suspicious that the taptic response was too week. One month ago I decided to have this investigated by the Genius Bar at Southlands in Australia. I was lucky that the guy behind the bar had an identical watch and with a comparison test he identified my watch did have a weak haptic and I was provided with a copy of a report to this effect. Apple Southlands were not prepared to immediately replace the watch and they suggested I let them send it to their repair centre for evaluation which would take 3 to 5 working days. As I was to shortly depart to live in Singapore for an extended period I declined and they suggested I seek support from an Apple certified repairer in Singapore as there is no Apple Store there. On my return to Singapore I have done this and for the last 19 torturous days the following has occurred:- - I have been provided with 2 replacement watches both with weak haptic responses - I have been without an Apple Watch for 11 days - I now have 3 Apple or Certified Apple Repairer service reports stating that all 3 watches have a weak haptic response. The Apple Support Section in Singapore yesterday (8th Dec 2015) agreed to send me a replacement brand new 4th watch but this required providing a credit card number as they did not trust me to return the defective one. I provided these details and was told I would be contacted by them to finalise the details. After no contact for 4 hours I recontacted them only to be informed that the offer of a brand new watch replacement had been withdrawn and that now my options were:- 1.- Be content with a watch (that cost a large amount of money) that is defective. 2.- Lodge the defective watch with a Apple Store or Certified repairer for evaluation. This would mean being without my watch for another extended period plus if deemed necessary its replacement would be by a refurbished watch which have been proven by the last 2 replacements to have a very high probability of a very weak haptic response. 3.- Accept a refund for the watch but not for accessories I have purchased through them to support my watch. I waited 6 months to have this investigated as I was living in Singapore during this period and knew there was no Apple Store there and had no knowledge or confidence in certified repairers there. To state the obvious I am very unimpressed in Apples response to this case.