What happens when you put a gold Apple Watch Edition between two neodymium magnets? Pretty much exactly what you'd expect: a horrible disaster that clearly voids your AppleCare. Surprisingly, even after being crushed with 650 pounds of force, the smashed Apple Watch still worked despite a destroyed screen. It even charged after its untimely demise. A word of advice: neodymium magnets are extremely powerful and are very dangerous if you don't know how to properly handle them. Instead of risking breaking your fingers between high powered magnets, watch the Apple Watch smashing video instead. You also won't have to shell out the money for a watch to destroy.