How to Choose: Stainless VS Aluminum Apple Watch!

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, September 25, 2018
  • Wonder what the differences really are between the stainless steel and aluminum Apple Watches? We go over all the details and help you decide which is better for you.
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  • Antimatter
    Antimatter  2 days ago

    Go with Stainless or higher life is short and cheap people die with all there money in the bank ! 👍👌🤙

  • Gabe Bokma
    Gabe Bokma  14 days ago +1

    what is the name of that blue colored band you have on the gold stainless? is that the horizon blue or denim colored ????

  • Gia Thanh Pham
    Gia Thanh Pham  21 days ago


  • Red Man
    Red Man  a months ago

    If you want to have the peasant iwatch then aluminium is your thing, if you want a smart/classy watch then stainless steel. Your choice folks!!!

  • Hayling
    Hayling  a months ago

    Aluminum, all the way. I can't stand fingerprints haha

  • Xavier Adrien
    Xavier Adrien  a months ago

    Please stop playing with those blur effects ! 
    You are comparing watches, not filming a french film. Not being able to clearly see the watches you are comparing because of the too narrow depth of field makes your video so frustrating to watch.

  • Rickey Wright
    Rickey Wright  2 months ago

    “Space black”

  • S. A.
    S. A.  2 months ago

    Stainless steel of course

  • NYG1991
    NYG1991  2 months ago +1

    I always go for aluminum. The price is definitely worth it. I’ve never had a problem with it. And I’ll be buying the aluminum again this year.

  • links felix
    links felix  2 months ago +1

    Just bought the series 5 stainless came from series 3 aluminum big jump for me 💫👌

  • Janet J.
    Janet J.  2 months ago +10

    Just got the stainless 5 Series - gold. Love it!

  • Killer Blood
    Killer Blood  2 months ago +2

    I choice the 3rd option: Aluminum. Actually nevermind there is new 4th option: nomoney

  • Victoria
    Victoria  2 months ago +1

    I thought I liked the stainless but I am glad that I went to see them in the store because I actually liked the look of the aluminum watches better. They look clean and matte. The SS ones looks sort of smudged up and gross to me.

  • Dima Habenko
    Dima Habenko  2 months ago +2

    I always go for Aluminum. Had my Apple Watch Series 0 in stainless steel and hated the micro scratches that needed to be polished only to reappear in few weeks on normal wearing. Aluminum cover is much more durable in real life as it is very hard to ‘ding’ the side when the watch is on your wrist and most of the damage comes from scratches not from hard blows. I also prefer matte finish of the aluminum over shiny stainless steel version. Especially in space gray version it perfectly matches the screen creating seamless effect vs stainless steel space gray that always looked plasticky and fake to me. Finally, with these watches being replaceable pieces of jewelry, no reason to spend more then you need when you pretty much know that in a year or two nobody would care about the case material but everyone will see that you are wearing an obsolete smartwatch.

  • James Holloway
    James Holloway  2 months ago +1

    What about the titanium and ceramics

  • J Skaggs
    J Skaggs  2 months ago +1

    People continue to complain the more expensive watches aren’t worth the extra cost. If one has the disposable income it’s a non issue . They buy what pleases them.

  • Keeny Newton
    Keeny Newton  2 months ago

    Finally an explanation .. 👍

  • James Deng
    James Deng  2 months ago

    for straps:

  • Norbert F.
    Norbert F.  2 months ago

    Why nobody speak of roasting or corrosion of the Alu watch. That is really terrible after 1 year with my watch.

  • AG Coarseman
    AG Coarseman  2 months ago

    The only reason I'd buy a more expensive Apple Watch over the cheap ones is if they make super scratch-resistant version.
    Stainless steel, ceramics-that's nonsense for a gadget you will replace next year.