CNet, who apparently has more money than common sense, has put the new Apple Watch Sport through a variety of kitchen-related torture tests, to see how it holds up.
The CNet reporter washes the Watch, submerges it in water for 10 minutes, boils it, grates it, attempts to scratch it with a knife, (amazingly enough, NOT cutting her hand in the process), spills stuff on it, and finally, drops it and smashes it with that popular kitchen stand-by, the iron skillet.
The Apple Watch Sport stands up to everything pretty well, until the screen shatters under the impact of the iron skillet.
While these torture tests are wincingly fun to watch, we prefer the teardown videos from iFixit:
iFixit pried open the display, giving us a first look at the Taptic Engine, the inside of the Digital Crown and the tiny 205 mAh battery. We also got a close look at other components, including an ambient light sensor and S1 integrated processor. Overall, iFixit gave the Apple Watch a 5 out of 10 repairability score.