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The good points are that setup was relatively easy in that pairing was painless. Pairing with an iPhone is essential for setup as your data will reside on your phone. (One reason that I went with Apple is that I trust them to not share or abuse my personal data via the Internet.)
The heart rate data is very accurate. Distance via GPS is short by about 7%, but may get more accurate with calibration turned on with the benefit of a full charge. This would throw off pace data if I could display it. (It looks like pace data will be a future addition.)
Heart rate data and ECG are measured off of the user's wrist, i.e., no chest monitor is needed. This is a big improvement over what I've used for nearly a decade! ECG is easy to install and use, but it can't be a substitute for an ECG done by a cardiologist.
Now, the epic failure: the watch band. It's the wost in my collection of more than 30 watches. When it breaks or fails, and it will, it will be the only one in my collection I won't work on as I don't damage watch cases. In second place for problems is the poor battery charge. I'm used to recharging my exercise watch every couple of days, but I don't wear them all day. The A Watch 5 is intended to wear all day and night. (Hint for Apple designers: The case could be a bit thicker like your competitors. It wouldn't be a big deal to experienced users.)
Finally, the print size on the very limited instructions must be made with ink more expensive than gold! The print is so small that it's insulting to my tired old eyes.
Update 10/25/19: The watch has self-calibrated to be very accurate. Distance values are within 1% versus 7 % off right out of the box.
The screen on the watch is hard to read in bright sunlight and response to touch is somewhat sporadic. The timer runs in one hundredths of a second. Poor touch response makes the hundredths inaccurate and therefore an unneeded drain on the battery.
Apple gives users great data. The data has become so addictive that I don't wear my other watches.
Incredible value. I bit the bullet and stole it on a sale for Memorial Day. It turns out this watch is leagues better than my old $70 G-shock watch that I've had for more than 4 years. The one obvious downside, it's only compatible with an iPhone and not an Android model (not a problem for me). In short, I can't believe I went so long without this watch; it's a true game-changer, even for everyday casual use.
While I don't use it for fitness tracking at all, since I don't workout, or sleep tracking due to the battery life, this watch is assuredly a handy little gem to have. Do yourself a favor and don't wait because you can't decide whether you really need one - just buy one if you happen to find it on a sale like I did.
What I don't like about this watch? Battery life is probably top of the chart. I need to charge it like every day. This also contributes to other issues directly, such as I can't test out sleep monitoring (not that I really want to) since I put my watch to charge every night. Next up is probably the fact that you gotta take it off before shower every day. This is pretty huge minus for me because I never took my old G-shock watch off before shower. Don't take my word for it though, Apple does recommend you take the watch off before you take a bath, this is mostly because soap or shampoo can get into your speakers and erode the material there (or something like that). Bottom line these are water resistant, but not chemical resistant. Which is unfortunate.
What I like most about this watch? Just the sheer amount of customization you can do in regards to complications (e.g. features) on your watch face. You can set it up so that it displays the weather forecast for the rest of the day as soon as you raise your watch; this is incredibly handy if you want to take your dog for a walk but you don't know if it's currently raining or will rain soon. You can also set a complication that displays the word of the day (e.g. from apps like Daily Dictionary) if you're looking to expand your vocabulary; that's pretty helpful for me and something that I'm currently trying out. You can also set up complications that serve as "shortcuts" to handy apps right on your home screen, aka watch face. For example, a shortcut to the Shazam app to help discover music, or the PCalc app that helps you quickly calculate the tip for a restaurant bill. You can also search for more watch-specific apps on the App Store to get other ideas. Forget where you left your phone? I actually do all the time, even though it's still somewhere in my house, it might have fallen and got lost below the sofa or I'd carelessly left it in a room and then forgot about it. There's a handy feature that helps you locate your phone by "pinging" it, as long as it's in bluetooth range, this is unlocked via the shortcut menu you access by swiping up. I like that I can setup (or forward) notifications from my phone to my watch, and then it alerts me by buzzing my arm - I suppose you'd call that haptic feedback - which is very useful because usually I don't have my phone immediately on hand, and usually would usually end up missing a couple notifications otherwise. Lastly, in a similar vein you can also receive incoming calls on your watch so you don't need to run to your phone each time. Some of these features are like super helpful to me.
So there you go. Just a few minor gripes but I'm digging it so far. One thing I really liked about it is that you can set custom watch faces, depending on whether you prefer digital or analog time readings (I like digital reading). Plus all the features that I mentioned above, are all really cool additions that I never really thought about, but turns out is actually super helpful.
PRO's: + Lots of customization with watch-related features (faces, complications, etc.) + Lots of options for 3rd party cases and bands for additional customization + A couple of pretty decent watch-centric apps you might want to try out. For example, Daily Dictionary. + You get a RAIN complication right on your watch - no need to ask Alexa for the weather, or bring up the Weather app each day before taking the dog for a walk! Just add it to your watch face and it tells you the % chance of rain.
CON's: + Battery life. Usually charge every day. + Can't shower with the watch. Take it off before you want to take one.
Watch is much better than the Garmin or Fitbit, both of which I have owned. The only problems with the iWatch are the battery which only lasts one day at most and the sleep tracking which has to be done through an app which costs extra and is just OK. The Garmin was built in and so was the Fitbit. If the app works that will be great but I have had mixed results so far. I like the watch. It has many features that the others don't have and I like being able to change the faces to many possibilities. Over all it is a very good watch but not perfect!
This is an awesome watch. It’s my first Apple Watch because I refused to buy the first 4 versions. Only downside is one which annoyed me a little bit. The Mickey Mouse watch face talks and tells you the time when you tap the face, however you have to set it up. Took me two hours to get him to speak and the process is annoying. But he works now and I’m loving the watch. Battery life could be better. I didn’t use it for a whole day yet but I could see how the battery drains quickly. Have to play with it to see what you need and don’t need. It does so much.
I didn't think I would like the Apple Watch, but ended up loving it. So much so, I returned the GPS version and upgraded to the cellular model. I had originally ordered version 2 from Woot, but realized that the older model was lacking in so many ways. Now that I have version 5, I know that I was right in choosing the latest model. This watch has all the features and more. I especially like the built in activity features which tell me to get up and walk around if I have been sitting too long. I've tried the ECG function. It's a little scary at first, but just knowing that the watch you are wearing could help save your life..... what more can I say. I have quite a collection of watches, including designer watches and one concern that I always had was that if I owned an Apple Watch, I would stop wearing my other watches. Guess what has happened? I haven't even looked at my other watches since getting my Apple Watch. Maybe once the novelty wears off, I'll get back to wearing my other watches, but for now, I'm really enjoying my Apple Watch. I like the cellular version because I don't have to have my mobile phone with me all the time to make and receive calls. Plus you can stream music on the cellular model, which you cannot on the GPS version. Oh, and when I noticed that there was a price drop two days after I ordered my phone, I called Amazon and they gave me a credit on my account for the difference in the price. Sweet!!! I'm totally satisfied with the watch especially since I'm already an Apple guy anyways--Imac, MacBook Pro, iPad, Apple watch, Apple TV. You get the picture. So the watch seamlessly integrates with all my existing Apple technology, and that's a good thing. I love my Apple watch.
I easily get 2 days on a charge. I charge every other night to be safe, but could go longer. This is my first Apple Watch and I was disappointed at the limited number of apps that are available and the very limited function of most of those apps that are available. I have deleted some of those because of the limited function, I don’t see the point in having them. I am loving that I can shower and swim with it on.
Loved my Apple Watch 3 so was a no brained to get 5. Although I love thsi too and the screen and everything else is better than 3 I feel the battery life is where I’m left craving. Seems like even after 2 years of use my series 3 would go over a day easy but series 5 brand new is stil not able to go over 24 hrs Disappointed that Apple didn’t increase batter life on these since watch is something you don’t want to charge everyday like you r phones.