While many of you are probably holding on to your precious Apple Watch with care, CNET took it upon themselves to see what will ruin the wearable, so you don’t have to. We’re taken through several everyday scenarios of how the Apple Watch could get ruined in the kitchen. It actually holds up pretty well. 

The Apple Watch is given a test against water, boiling water, knives, types of sauces, and even a cheese greater to see if it will stop functioning. It does perfectly fine – no scratches and continued use. It’s even dropped without a hitch.

The Apple Watch didn’t break until a 7-pound cast iron skillet was dropped on it – ouch. Luckily, iFixit tells us the glass on the wearable is relatively easy to fix.

I’m impressed.

  • Jordan Lewis

    Since the screen is quite easy to replace, why not buy the sport, and a sapphire crystal screen and replace it? Might be cheaper than buying a normal apple watch.

    • Jeffrey

      Haven’t thought of that, smart!

  • @dongiuj

    Is it just me or does the crown on this watch not look like a genuin apple watch. It never really focused that long on it and I’ve never seen one in person so I probably don’t know what I’m talking about. Just an observation that caught my attention. Can anyone clarify?

  • Faisal

    Dumb woman..

  • Rares

    This video is as useless as the apple watch.

  • Isn’t it funny that the more expensive stainless steel version is easier to scratch (http://bit. ly/1GxcA10)?

    • coLin

      No, is not funny 😛

  • Dante Arellano

    Fuckk the bitche

  • Chris Wagers

    i like how at 4:17 the damage to the watch face looks like a sad face.

    • coLin

      yeah, did’t even realize that lol