It's official: I'm an idiot. I stuck my new (bought in June) BB58 in my golf bag for a round this weekend. Got back to my buddy's house, set my bag down outside his garage, and unzipped the pocket to grab my watch. Despite thinking, "I probably shouldn't drop this right now," I did just that. Right smack onto the case at 9:00; pics included, though they don't show up quite as well compressed. Dropped from probably 1.5 - 2 feet onto his driveway. Now have a nice gouge in the case and a slightly dented bezel.
Aside from chastising myself for my own stupidity, is there anything I ought to do here? I've been keeping an eye on the time since I dropped it on Saturday and it seems to be holding fast at 3-4SPD, which is right where it was before. I'll continue to monitor. Should I take it in to get it serviced? Watch the time and count my lucky stars if everything is normal over the next few days?
My only other concern, which is harder to see in the pictures, is that one of the gouges appears to have a little bit of brown in it. Almost looks like pitting, although it only shows up at certain angles, most of them under sunlight outside. I don't have a loupe, otherwise I'd give it a closer look. I did run it under some fresh water to make sure I washed out any little driveway bits that might have been stuck in there.
I'm continuing to kick myself, but hey, I can't un-drop it. The wife has been quick to remind me that it's just a watch and I didn't buy it to stick it in a safe in plastic wrap. That may be true, but it doesn't make dropping and gouging it any easier to stomach...