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Is an Apple Watch worth it?

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Is an Apple Watch worth it?

Post31 Mar 2016, 06:12

I see them on the bay for $200US in boxes. I'm new to the whole smartwatch and digitals but it seems like a solid product.

Why no reviews on it?
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Re: Is an Apple Watch worth it?

Post31 Mar 2016, 13:09

Do you won an IPhone for it to connect to, would be my first question?
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Re: Is an Apple Watch worth it?

Post31 Mar 2016, 20:49

second question ...do i need to charge it every day? :-D
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Re: Is an Apple Watch worth it?

Post01 Apr 2016, 13:13

Kasper wrote:second question ...do i need to charge it every day? :-D

I would expect so.
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Re: Is an Apple Watch worth it?

Post06 Apr 2016, 07:02

Well, I have an iPhone 6+ and after research don't need another data receiver on my wrist. I'll stick with a watch that tells time with a few extras
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Re: Is an Apple Watch worth it?

Post27 Feb 2017, 20:46

in a nut shell yes,i dont use any other watch now.However i dont use most of its techie functions only different face combinations,Quality is superb,DLC carbon stainless steel case,sapphire crystal supremely comfortable rubber strap (much more comfortable than venturas) and ceramic case back.
Easily the quality (if not better) than Ventura,nice classic sizes and it can be operated just like the touch command flick of the wrist classic pulsars. :-D
No fiddling with batteries, :-D

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