I used traditional watches because I didn’t like using pocket watches—even after I upgraded from dumbphones to smartphones. :-!I've seen some other AW owners post their doubts, whether here or on other forums. They say, "I don't use it very much," and ask if anyone else feels the same way.
The answers always talk about at least four or five common functions, with some owners stacking even more uses specific to their needs.
If you turned the question around, asking, "What do you use your [traditional watch] for?" … well, the discussion would be a lot shorter, wouldn't it?
Cool!I feel it needs to be watches I own.
I agree 100%, I own several watches and the day I got this guy my rotation completely was off, I wear my AW about 90% of the time and use my other maybe 2-3 times per month. Even small things like checking the weather quickly on my watch before heading out to work is a big convenience, but the big thing is the features like getting a text during a meeting. I have the standard 42mm sport on rubber, weighs next to nothing.Sure it has negatives, but with the AW, you truly only need one watch. It's arguably the most useful watch ever made, next to the equivalent android watch.
I can use it with a suit, casual, to work out, with anything. It's very easy to clean and swap out straps. Texting, glancing at emails, workout tracking, finding your iPhone with a ping, apple pay, weather, sunrise/sunset times, and using it as a watch are what I use it for the most. I have both the leather loop and rubber strap. The rubber strap is the most comfortable rubber I've ever worn. Consequently, I use the rubber most of the time, the leather loop when I want it to look a bit better.
I recommend the steel/rubber combination for all day use.
- Wakes me up in the morning via taps on my wristfor people who find the AW useful. what do you do with it? i mean beyond clock funtions