But the other guy says you need to take it off to charge it every night ha.
I tack my sleep with the Sleep Cycle app ;)
Like what ? Anything that your phone would not do??
I had a series 3 liked it for a while but hated having to take it off and charge it every day when I got home from work. I now have a samsung gear 3 frontier which lasts me around 3 days most of the time and still works with my iPhone ,plus it actually looks like a nice watch rather than the bit naff looking Apple Watch , it’s cheaper too.
I didn’t say that you do care but an Apple Watch is a very ostentatious choice for better or worse. I don’t think the rounded square look helps. I don’t mind the sleep tracking thing so much but the Garmin watches are just better for fitness and what I do like is not having to charge it every 1-2 days, 1-2 weeks is more likely. I had a Fitbit but it broke so it’s Garmin only for now. The notification aspect of the Apple Watch is good but Apple are so restrictive and it works ‘their way or no way’... I wanted the watch to inform me as well as the phone but if you wear the watch, the phone stays silent, you can’t override this without turning off Wrist Detection which disables many of the good features. Lots of stuff on the forums about it, so it wasn’t just me complaining. Fitbit is a disposable price. The Garmin watches last so long that you charge them once every 1-2 weeks so that’s maybe 50 battery cycles a year vs 350+ for an Apple Watch - that’s the problem. Lithium batteries are rated to 500 cycles and by about 1000 are finished beyond usable life. At £80 for a battery replacement I wouldn’t be replacing a first gen watch anyway, I would only take an S2 or S3 Apple Watch now if that’s what I wanted. I’d recommend the same for you if that’s your chosen watch. Sell yours for £100-150, add the £80 for the ‘battery replacement’ you would have had, not far off an S2.