Who has scratched their Apple Watch?

esaelias

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After pampering it so much i have realized i have a slight mark near the middle of the screen...annoyed!
 

BarracksSi

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I think I've scratched mine.

Well, I HOPE I did, because the only way to avoid scratching a watch is to not wear it -- which then begs the question, "Why buy one?"
 
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steve knight

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I am a woodworker and the screen is fine. The corners of the watch are marked though.
 

esaelias

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do you think polywatch will remove any minor scratch or toothpaste?
 

jamin00

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Yes, scratched mine. Thinking of getting the SS as that has a sapphire screen in space black and having this for workouts etc as its already scratched
 

Mikael H

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My Sports series 0 shows quite a bit of usage after a year or so. Expected, as I always wear it.
I'm strongly contemplating an SS or SB one for the sapphire screen, and I'd probably hate the first scratch even more...
 

Newtons Apple

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My S2 Black stainless looks like the day I got it. I am very impressed as I do hit it on things.

The sapphire screen has no visible scratches, might have micro scratches in the coating but these are of no issue to me if I can not see them. Even the storm grey leather loop looks nearly new.
 
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esaelias

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I think mine has coating scratch how do i remove that cuz i have to look hardto find it and certian lights
 

rapicell

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I've been wearing the rose gold "Series 0" apple watch since it was released and I've banged it on so much stuff, however I don't really see much if any scratches at all. Maybe I'm just lucky...or very blind
 

blasto2236

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The question is not "Who's scratched their Apple Watch?" it should be "Who HASN'T scratched their Apple Watch?"
I've only had my SBSS for a week and noticed a very light scratch within a couple of days. My suspicion is it was there out of the box, since I have been babying it. But I know they will come with time, so I'm not going to bother trying to exchange it. Outside of that tiny micro-scratch, it is flawless. The finish on the SB model is really a sight to behold.

Its a watch, it will get scratched. If they get numerous enough to bother me, well that's why I bought AppleCare.
 
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