Ceratanium doesn’t scratch!

 By: 997c4gts : October 9th, 2021-20:49
Had my Top Gun Double Chrono 6 months in-this one has gone swimming/flying/daily beater and is holding nicely. Whereas any of my metal watches seems to pick up micro scratches, this one still looks absolutely mint.

Good to know …

 By: Cpt Scarlet : October 9th, 2021-21:02
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That's great. I can say the same about my circa 2006 Ceramic 3786, still like new with no marks...👍

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : October 9th, 2021-21:42
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I've scratched the ceramic Top Gun Doppel-Chrono...

 By: patrick_y : October 10th, 2021-03:20
I used to say the watch would "never scratch" and now I realize it's foolish to say "never." 

Are you sure that the scratch on the ceramic is not just the material of what ever you hit with the watch???

 By: darrony : October 10th, 2021-05:22
Sometimes you think you marked your ceramic just to find out it’s is part of whatever you rubbed against

Well, the foreign material doesn't rub off, and I suspect it's a scratch on the ceramic itself.

 By: patrick_y : October 10th, 2021-05:30
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Wow! That is terrible.

 By: darrony : October 10th, 2021-14:07

It is indeed unfortunate...

 By: patrick_y : October 10th, 2021-17:33
It's definitely scratch resistant. But somehow I scratched it!

Ouch, suitably forewarned then!

 By: 997c4gts : October 10th, 2021-06:37

Things can happen!

 By: patrick_y : October 10th, 2021-17:33

I thought I scratched my Big Pilot Miramar.

 By: roundel : October 15th, 2021-19:14
I got brave one day and hit the scratch with a Scotchbrite pad and Cape Cod cloth. It took a lot of elbow grease, but I eventually erased the scratch. My case is polished ceramic though, not the Titanium/ceramic material.