Ya, I think everything will be perfectly fine in the vast majority of cases. I think you would have to be very unlucky to shatter the case, and probably won't have any issue at all unless you are very rough with the watch. Hopefully nothing bad would happen, but I think a more likely issue (although
I've had the solid dial version of the black ceramic Laureato for a short time now, and I'm absolutely loving it. It is extremely comfortable on the wrist and does take some getting used to as far as the lightness goes. The contrast of the polished and brushed surfaces looks incredible. Ceramic is a
I've seen your pics on here and drooled over your watch a lot...it's absolutely fantastic! The ceramic with the solid dial is that one I'm really leaning toward, but I love that blued Earth to Sky. Yes I agree that other people's opinions aren't relevant and shouldn't be a factor at all...I was just
Yes my personal opinion is that any resemblance to or inspiration from the RO doesn't detract from the watch...I was just wondering how often this "issue" is brought up to people who own the watches. That is a good point that most manufacturers don't have a continuous time line from their beginning.