When introducing the Apple Watch Ultra at the Far Out event earlier this month, Apple made a big deal about the durability of the design, revealing that they’ve got an all-titanium body and a flat sapphire-coated display glass for scratch resistance and durability. . Apple also claims that the new Ultra watch is MIL-STD 810H certified. Now, a popular YouTuber by the name of TechRax has conducted a hammer test to test the claimed durability of the Apple Watch Ultra.

To conduct the test, TechRax followed a three-step process, starting with dropping the watch from a height of four meters. The watch has no visible marks or scratches on the watch case or sapphire crystal. To up the ante, he later placed the Watch Ultra in a box of nails and shook it vigorously, but to no avail. The Apple Watch Ultra is still undamaged.

Third, and as the group’s final test, TechRax used a hammer to tap the clock several times. The watch took a couple of hits before finally breaking. Now, the Watch Ultra did withstand significant damage before breaking, indicating that it is indeed the most durable Apple Watch to date.

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The Apple Watch Ultra is currently priced at Rs 89,900 India and $799 in the US and features industry-first features such as emergency satellite SOS, EN13319 dive certification, and dive computer replacement. However, like the iPhone 14 Pro, the Apple Watch Ultra is currently being sold at a so-called “premium” price above the MRP in India due to Apple’s limited inventory.

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