The Moto X is now five-months-old. Our own Michael Fisher took a second look at Motorola’s 2013 flagship yesterday in episode 29 of After The Buzz. He found that despite how mediocre the phone was on paper at the time of its launch, the consensus hasn’t changed … at all. The Moto X is a fantastic smartphone we still would (and do) recommend for many.

But there’s no point in rehashing his views on the Moto X in comparison to its foes.

Instead, we’re here to look at how the Moto X has fared in our pockets, next to our keys and pocket change, or how it has survived the element over those fateful five months where the Moto X has seemingly beat all odds and become … more relevant over time.

How what’s the Moto X durability like, five months later? Watch this Moto X edition of the durability report to find out!

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