I have the ceramic skeleton and the titanium and so far no dents or scratches.
Although I have hit a watch or two on a door jam or alike those were all thick profile watches. So far any of the thin watches I own were spared from such. This is probably because they sit so flat on the wrist nothing protrudes. Go for the ceramic it’s probably more sturdy than you think.
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A dark horse
I randomly dropped by the boutique yesterday totally out of curiosity. I’ve always admired Bulgari’s innovation but thought the style wasn’t for me. I’m also not a big Genta fan. Well, dear reader, I was wrong! Totally captivated by this one! I didn’t mak...
Ceramic is something else. My only concern would be my own clumsiness and hard wood door frames. It is one of these watches wchich I admire and also wpukd afraid of wearing due to fragilness. ...
This is also my fear
I put a small dent into my platinum ring accidentally hitting it against a steel door handle. I think scratches on my metal watches give them character but it would be horrible to crack a watch case!