Watching videos of expensive electronics being destroyed never seems to get old, whether the destruction takes place in a blender or by way of magnet annihilation.
Recently, the folks from the YouTube channel TechRax decided it would be a good idea to place a $10,000 gold-plated Apple Watch between two neodymium magnets with 650 pounds of force.
Seeing as how these magnets are more than capable of crushing human bones, the result of the experiment is pretty much how you would expect.
The Apple Watch doesn’t hold up too well to say the least.
Funny enough, when what’s left of the watch is hooked back up to a power source, something within the watch makes a sound showing perhaps it could be repaired.