Popular users can make plenty of money from the ads that run alongside their videos on YouTube, but we’re not sure “TechRax” is going to recoup the $10,000 he spent on a gold Apple Watch Edition just to smash it between two neodymium magnets.

What is the purpose of this test? Why did he smash a gold Apple Watch and not a cheap aluminum one? Why is he smashing Apple Watches in the first place? What is a neodymium magnet?

We’re not entirely sure that the answers to any of those questions really matter — the video is embedded below.

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