So, that watch just going in a drawer and never being looked at again?
did you punish him/ beat him?
Kinda sickens me when people deliberately wreck nice things. Somebody somewhere would have treasured this now its for the bin. What a waste.
"somebody gonna get a hurt real bad"
next year id get him a bag of garbage since he likes to throw stuff away
Lol yeah I know......he is going to take it to the local auth service centre and see if any thing can be done. As I am getting more of the story from him I learned that his friend was there going along with the same "TEST" with his own 6900 which suffered no damage at all. I understand that it all depends on how and where and on what the watch landed on but it makes me wonder if the extra weight of the king that is there to protect it did not end up doing the opposite. IMO if a Rangeman and a say a DW-5600 were to be dropped off from any given height I would put my money on the 5600 and again it's just my opinion. With that being said anything should be used and not abused.
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