After reading other posts and piecing it all together, I've come to the same conclusion that many others have. I have a small wrist and latch the strap in the 4th notch. The more that the band is bent the more pressure is placed on the curved section of the cutout on the back, which then produces and promotes the cracks.
Again, I love the watch. But with only two months of use and cracks like this, it's very sad for me because I know that there's nothing that #motorolamobility can do aside from changing the materials and/or design itself. So even if it's replaced for a new one, the same will likely happen again because it's still the same flawed design.
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