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Hi all, I just picked up a brand new Gravitymaster and I noticed scratches as in the attached picture. Should I return it? Could the scratches be removed?

Thank you in advance.

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Update: Rubbed the place gently with toothpaste and scuffs are gone.

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Figure the scratches would make it less scary to wear.

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It will eventually get battle scars. It's a G Shock and I ain't baby sitting it in the least. Strap can eventually be replaced if need be. Wished I could fit aftermarket straps, hopefully some company can make adapters in the future.

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The watch is very light, comparable to my Garmin Fenix, so I'll use it as my everyday beater. The size and appearance are similar to a dress watch so it can fit a variety of situations which a tool watch would typically struggle with.

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It's carbon fiber, supposed to be scratch resistant.
Yeah that was a shocker. However, the scuffs concerned the strap which is basically resin with carbon inserts. Thus, expect the strap to get scuffed which is fine as it is barely visible. The bezel would be problematic but the woven carbon design minimizes both probability for scuffs and their visibility.

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I have the same one, it's really nice for office wear. Light and elegant, the size is perfect too. I like the blueish reflection on the crystal. Congratulation on your purchase.
 

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mmm... bet it smells minty fresh too!
 
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