I find apple watch works best when worn most of the time...I go back and forth between wanting to wear the apple watch constantly, or basically never wearing it in lieu of my more traditional watches
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Yeah I'm seriously considering just going all in on the Apple watchI've realized this too. It's hard to go back and forth if you're using the AW for everything else but keep time. I think an option is to wear a fitbit (or some other activity tracker) on the other wrist... been seeing that alot lately.
It's just too convenient, that's the killer feature.Maybe I am in the wrong age group (was suggested in another thread, though I don't believe it myself), but why would I want an Apple watch? What's the unique selling point for someone who is not into sports really (except long distance walking, but I don't really care how many steps)? Could it fully replace my GPS that I use for routing and tracking? Is the small display good enough for that?
Besides sports, what is the killer function of a smart watch for you? Except of course showing you the exact time