GOLD Apple Watch Under Water for 9 MONTHS! - Can i Fix it?!
We finally found the 24 carat GOLD Apple watch that Dan lost 9 months ago. His Apple watch has been soaking in deep water for almost a YEAR. Can the apple watch survive being under water for that long? Can an Apple Watch marinate in a marina for 9 months and still live? The only way to find out for sure is by tearding it down and seeing what needs to be replaced.
Our first failed attempt to find the watch: idworlds.info/from/ub6Fnc-7i25kkrc/video
Scuba Jake FOUND IT here: idworlds.info/from/s9Jqhsrbg6aMZtU/video
Dan surprising me: idworlds.info/from/vryfi8fNr3xoe7c/video
Dipping an Apple Watch in Gold with Casey: idworlds.info/from/3augrqq8rnllp68/video
HUGE Thanks to my buddy FIXD for helping me with the repair and spare parts: idworlds.info/history/oBTIuhduIoXk3x81trUnzQ
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