We've only had this Apple watch for a few hours and, we're already ready to torture it.
The fist common scenario is that you're at home, washing the dishes with your watch on.
This isn't really bothering it too much.
But say somehow, it, it slipped off, And you had a pot full of water.
The watch has been in the water for just over 10 minutes.
And it's time to rescue it and see if it still works.
So far, it's.
Responding, completely normally.
The watch has no problem being dunked in water for more than 10 minutes.
Lets see what kind of scratch damage we can do, starting with a grater.
So far, so good.
Something's coming off, but I don't know if it's from the grater or from the watch.
Next, a microplane, one of my favorite kitchen gadgets.
There is not a single scratch on this screen.
Did I miss anything?
There is nothing wrong with this watch after we just tortured it with every sharp object we could find in this kitchen.
Since our watches band is white we want to see how it reacts to various colored food, like wine.
Say you're enjoying a little, a little, oh, oh my gosh.
Maple syrup, ketchup.
Peanut Butter, Nutella.
We'll try to rinse this off.
Aside from a little grease from the peanut butter, no food lodged in the crown, nothing stuck in the button, Onto the next one.
Will the Apple Watch survive boiling water?
There is only one way to find out.
Oh, I'm so sorry.
I'm so sorry.
I'm so sorry.
Just a few minutes after we took it out of the boiling water The watch is rebooting itself and we also got a high temperature warning.
So, this watch does not like boiling water.
What happens when you drop an Apple watch?
There's only one way to find out.
Drop it and step on it.
The watch is functioning as usual.
It can definitely handle a fall.
Impact is a huge issue with watches, let's see how much it can handle.
I have a seven pound cast iron skillet here.
Say you forgot that it's on the kitchen counter.
Oops, I forgot.
Oh my goodness.
We destroyed it.
It took several torture tests, but we definitely destroyed it