If you’re going to buy an Apple Watch, I’d recommend buying a Sport model; I wouldn’t spend money on how it looks until Apple completes the task of figuring out what it does.
For now, the Apple Watch is for pioneers. I won’t pay the $1,000 it would cost for the model I tested, only to see a significant improvement roll in ... But I plan to pay $400 for the 42mm Sport version once it’s on sale. That’s worth paying for a front-row seat for what’s next in tech.
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-Up to 18 hours of battery life -Water resistant -Retina display with Force Touch
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|Device||Retail Price||Battery Life||Sleep||Activity||Notifications||Alarm||Water Resistant||Heart Rate|
|Apple Watch Sport 38mm - Series 1||$299.00||Up to 18 hours|
|ASUS ZenWatch||$199.99||1 Day||Remove|
|Microsoft Band 2||$249.99||2 days||Remove|
|Moto 360 2nd Gen||$299.99||1.5 Days||Remove|
|Pebble Time Steel Smartwatch||$249.99||Up to 10 Days||Remove|
|Samsung Gear S2||$299.99||2-3 Days||Remove|