You suffer from the same problems I do! Ignoring all my other watches or worrying about the ones on all the chargers and their relatively short lifespans.I have mixed feelings about them. I have more than a thousand Quartz and mechanical watches, and also more than a dozen smart watches. I have a lot of fun with the faces on most of them. The Garmin watches have a good set of faces and stay on all the time and stay charged for a week or more. The Samsung line of watches have a lot of faces and I prefer the Tizen OS over the Android Wear by a huge margin. The Pebbles have the best choice of faces but they are on their way out now. I like having them count my steps and tell me to get up and walk while at work, as I sit all day. The problem is that I tend to ignore my other watches now, which date from the ‘40s to modern. Then if I ignore the smartwatches I worry about them staying on the chargers all the time. They are definitely from a different world and require a totally different way of thinking about what you love in a watch. They are also by nature of the internal battery which will go bad and being dependent on the company developing the software, short lived in comparison to a regular watch.
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Good catch! I had to laugh after I posted that and realized that it was my own post from two months ago that I was responding to! Oh, well. I’m a Gemini anyway, so it figures. SteveAre my brain bones deceiving me, or are you talking to yourself???