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LG - Watch Style Smartwatch 42.3mm Stainless Steel - Titanium

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Combine elegance with control over your daily schedule with this LG watch, featuring Android Wear technology. The slim design is ideal for both leisure activities and the office, and Android connectivity lets you monitor everything from your schedule to your steps taken. This LG watch lets you create a custom look with interchangeable face options.

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    • LG Watch Style Smartwatch 42.3mm Stainless Steel

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    74% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (143 out of 195)

    Features


    Compatible with Android phones and iPhone®

    Including models with an Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) or later or iOS 9 or later operating system for wide-ranging use.

    Missed calls and email notifications

    Keep you updated on day-to-day happenings.

    Simple navigation and clear visuals

    1.2" P-OLED touch-screen display with 360 x 360 pixels resolution.

    Navigate your watch with wrist gestures

    Check your message and other notifications by simply flicking your wrist. (Users can enable this feature. It's turned off by degault)

    Stainless steel case

    Along with a leather watch band ensures durability and an elegant look.

    IP67-rated design

    Defends your smartwatch from dust and water splashes. (Not suitable for swimming or diving)

    Wireless connection to your device

    Bluetooth technology provides a reliable wireless connection.

    240 mAh battery

    Promotes lasting use.


    Customer rating

    Rating 3.9 out of 5 stars with 195 reviews

    73%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 3.3 out of 5 stars with 15 reviews

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      First affordable AND feminine Android watch

      Posted
      CrazyDogLady
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      When Android wear came out, I was very excited. I had seen friend's with Pebble watches, and I loved how you could discreetly check notifications in class, at work, with family, etc. I got the moto360 the day it came out, and had high hopes. It was good, but not amazing. It was bulky, masculine, and not enough functionality. Plus, I HATED the flat tire display (a chunk of the circle wasn't there at the bottom, cut off at a flat line). I sold it off in hopes that the second wave of watches would be better - alas, they were either masculine or had the flat-tire display or both. The first feminine watch that was good was the Huawei Watch for ladies, but that was depressingly expensive. I have high hopes for these watches, and with the birth of a rose gold, beautiful watch WITH android wear 2.0, I decided to go for it. I have been wearing it for a week now, and here are my thoughts. PROS: -Android wear 2.0: it's nice to not need your phone with you for certain functionality. I use hangouts/fi wifi texting, so I can send/receive texts without my phone. You can receive and answer facebook messenger as well, or download music from google play or stream spotify. That's AWESOME at the gym. If you use IFTTT with smart home products, you can create widget buttons to turn on/off lights, tv, etc. -Customizable watch faces: you can choose different custom peeks into apps right on the watch face. This could be steps, next meeting on calendar, battery, date, or a shortcut to an app (I choose IFTTT so I can easily access my smart home functionality). -Look: NO FLAT TIRE display! Wonderful. Plus it has a crown in between rose gold and regular gold. It's not crazy pink gold like the iPhone 7, but a nice rich rosey hue. The bezel isn't too large so it still can look feminine. CONS: -Battery life: The setup or any downloads will drain the battery a lot. If you use it just for notifications throughout the day, it will last you until night time, maybe. I'm hoping updates will help optimize the battery life like they did with the moto360. I own a fitbit alta, and it's low-maintenance charging is almost preferable, though with much less specs. -Band: the band is packaged straight and is pretty stiff. It's still adjusting to being curved. However, the mode bands make it easy to switch up - so I bought a few on amazon to match outfits haha. -Features: I do miss the moto360's heart rate sensor and wish it at least had a microphone. The sport version of this watch has nfc, HR, microphone, GPS, and cellular. That would be beautiful additions, but I guess the sacrifice is a slimmer, prettier watch which I prefer. I'm definitely satisfied enough to keep it, and I hope the feature will come with added functionality, but it is a good watch and one of the best lady watches on the market.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A happy camper

      Posted
      Stevepug2

      This is my first Android smartwatch. Coming from the Microsoft Band 2, which I liked. Wasn't looking for anything special, so the lack of GPS, NFC, heartrate monitor and the rest didn't bother me at all. Wanted basic notifications, which is what I like a smart watch for. As for the battery, it is sufficient. I leave the watchface on always (it's dim but quite readable) but I turn off any gestures that will turn it on full, so my wrist movements don't keep turning it on all day. All you have to do is touch the face if you want to turn on the face fully. Then, unless you start playing with it a lot, it lasts at least 15, maybe 16 or so hours. Not stellar, but sufficient. It charges very quickly. Done from 0 to 100 in an hour and a half. I also turn WiFi off since who needs it with the phone always nearby. I think it looks great. Some reviews complained that it looks cheap. Doesn't look that way to me at all. Mine's the dark gray Titanium model. As thin or thinner than most regular watches and very light. The Titanium model is good for men. I like how the plastic base is pretty much the same dark color. The band it comes in, though a Google Mode band, didn't seem exactly stellar so I got a nice expandable dark gray band from Walmart for 4 dollars (package said twelve but checkout said $3.60 plus tax- thanks Walmart) and that looks great. No more fiddling with the clasp. It's difficult to get a regular band onto any watch and this was no exception. You have to fool with those pins that get easily lost. Be careful. Love Android Wear 2. Love the Complications in the watch faces made for AW 2. Like the whole OS. Easy to navigate and easy to learn. There's really not that much to it but it really gets the job done. The haptic feedback is too mild and short. Got the app "Feel the Wear" that lengthens (but doesn't strengthen) the feedback, which does the trick. Loads easily onto the watch from your phone. Now the watch "flashes" three times in its notifications. You can make notifications stay until you dismiss them, but the five second notification (the only other option except off) is fine. If you miss it, you just scroll up and there it is again. Neat. I also love the Google Assistant. You can have it always listening for the OK Google prompt, but that takes battery. A short push of the watch stem, that integral part of this watch, brings it up. Some professional reviews have complained that it takes awhile to show up and awhile to answer. This has not been the case for me. It works fast. It's delightful to just "ask the watch" anything and get the written (the Style does not speak) response, often with a picture to boot. So, so neat. It's so much easier than getting your phone out, turning it on, and starting the Assistant app. The watch has always heard me so far. I also really like the scrolling watch stem. Makes navigation much easier than swiping. It's very smooth and sleek. You just have to learn that pressing the stem does not select. You have to touch the screen to select. The Agenda app is cool. Tells you your calendar. There's a Find My Phone app that rings your phone. I put a Calculator app on it also but I don't need a lot of apps on the watch. It's still usually much easier to do most things on the phone. But plenty of apps, almost all free, are available along with lots of watch faces. Although you can now go to the store on the watch, it's still a lot easier to get apps and faces from your phone. They automatically (almost always) load onto the watch from the phone. That Feel the Wear app had to be loaded manually. All in all, the Style is a very fine watch indeed. As the first AW 2 watch, it's a great debut, IMO. Yes, the battery could be better, but with a little painless pruning, things are fine. Just be aware that if you play with it a lot during the day, you won't make that 15 hour mark. That might be a deal breaker for some. After the first couple of days, who plays with their watch anyway? Watch face is readily visible outside when it's on full. I would have given five stars but for the battery and the Mode band it comes with. I'm very happy with this watch and I think you will be too.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Bare bones Android Wear smartwatch

      Posted
      tiggerbone
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Part of the problem with smartwatches is that neither the public nor the manufacturers have figured out what they are for. Do people want a smartphone for their wrist? Do they want a fitness tracker? What do people need a smartwatch for? I actually went in knowing *exactly* what I wanted a smartwatch for, and so choosing this watch was simple. I wanted a device that would connect to my online calendar and remind me of meetings, events, and the like with a vibration that I would actually notice (unlike my smartphone on vibrate) but which would not be disruptive to my day (unlike my smartphone's alarm.) I wanted a device which could connect to my account on Google Fit and track my activities without being as bulky to carry as my smartphone (a Nexus 6P). I wanted a device that looked like a watch that I would actually wear. I'm a rather slim man, and big, bulky watches make my arms like like twigs. Also, I do not like the "flat tires" on some round displays; nor am I fond of square watches. That was really all I needed and the LG Style does those things. Oh sure. It also can do more. You can download plenty of apps for it (called "complications" from the Play Store.) You can put on Play Music or Overdrive or a podcast app and then download content so that you can connect to a Bluetooth headset and listen from your watch. You can use IFTTT to set up notifications. There are many possibilities. But what do I use a watch for? Keeping time and scheduling. And if I keep that as the main focus for a smartwatch, then I shall never be disappointed. The Style accomplishes that. It looks good. It is comfortable. The screen is crisp and clear. The watch faces are easy to change. And using the side dial is a convenient and comfortable way to scroll. I would almost put this as a perfect example of a basic smartwatch if not for two things. First of all, the battery life. Even though I turn off Bluetooth & WiFi when I am not using them, and keep the screen off when I am not using it, and use adaptive brightness, I cannot squeeze more than a day out of the battery. Usually I wind up turning it off around bedtime and charging it. This could easily be fixed with a larger battery, maybe the one from the LG Sport. It would increase the thickness, but possibly not so much that it would be unwieldy. Second, the charger is small and I worry about losing it. I am concerned that spare chargers do not seem to be available, though I suspect that any inductive charger would work. Third, and least important. I would not be averse to it having a heart rate monitor. Without it, this smartwatch is not quite as functional as most fitness monitors, nor as versatile as most other smartwatches. It needs something to push it over the edge. Beyond that though, this is a decent basic smartwatch. I would say that for form it deserves five stars, but for functionality it only deserves three. So I averaged it to four. I cannot quite recommend this watch. More advances (especially to the battery life) need to be made.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      After 1 year battery dies in 1-2 hours

      Posted
      claytonjn
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This is my first Android Wear device, and I absolutely love Android Wear itself. Going into it I thought a smartwatch would be gimmicky, but I have come to really appreciate being able to see notification details at a glance. That being said, the LG Watch Style specifically has been quite disappointing. I do not have any basis for comparison, but after 53-54 weeks of ownership (only 1-2 weeks after the warranty expired) I have seen a DRASTIC decline in battery life. When I first purchased the watch I would put it on at about 8 am and it would power down at about 9-10p - not great, but not too bad considering I charge the watch every night anyway. This was with the always-on display feature turned on. After about 6 months of wearing the watch every day I decided to turn off the always-on feature to see how much more battery time that gained me...the result was only about an hour more of usage a day, but I didn't really miss the always-on feature so I left it off. Another 6 months later, and now the watch is completely dead by 11am - It's not even worth it for me to wear the watch anymore. I have gone through a factory reset of the watch and left all apps uninstalled and settings default to make sure that there isn't a rogue app or setting draining the battery, but the result was exactly the same. Additionally, I will often take the watch off the charger at 100% and by the time it's on my wrist the device displays 75% battery. If the watch is powered off when I remove it from the charger (again, fully charged), just powering the watch on will drain the battery to 50%. In the battery status of the Android Wear companion app, the highest item listed is Idle, with significantly more drain than screen or system. I find it very convenient that these issues started occurring just after my warranty expired. I love Android Wear and I'm very disappointed that there haven't been consistent, year-to-year improvements like there is with Android phones. I will likely purchase another Android Wear device, but I would NOT recommend the Style to anyone.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Works great, beautiful, so-so battery life.

      Posted
      ComputerTeacher
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This is my second SmartWatch, the first one was a Moto360 first generation. I use my SmartWatch mostly to keep up with my phone notifications, replying to text, controlling music, and counting steps. As far as design goes, this is a beautiful watch. It is also small enough to looks like a regular watch. The only time other people notice that it's a smart watch is when the screen is off - which brings me to the battery life. Battery life is rather dismal. I have to turn off the ambiance light or it will not last the 15-16 hours usage. Having said that, I don't like sleeping with my watch anyway so I do prefer a watch that I can put on charge the whole night. So this part doesn't bother me too much. One of the reasons why I choose this watch is because I love the whole Android experience and this LG comes with Android Wear 2.0. It is definitely a major step-up from previous version. It is very stable. The diminutive keyboard is surprisingly accurate. I didn't think much of the idea of having Playstore directly on my watch, until now. Connection to Wifi and/or BT were solid and smooth. Google Fit integration is much better and the watch also very responsive to the flick of my wrist. I have used this for a month and so far, no need to reboot. Last come the pricing. While I love this watch, I do not think it is worth the price tag. I was really looking into getting Galaxy Gear 2 or Zen Watch 3, when my Moto360 went dead and I had to replace it ASAP. I went to BestBuy website and low and behold, the LG was on sale for $180. I also happened to have a $50 gift card that I needed to use, so at the end the LG cost me only $129.99. Definitely an excellent buy at that price. Personally, I think the watch should be priced closer to $175-$180 - for now. My other pet-peeve about this watch is the charging. The magnetic based charging is great - except for the fact that I can't buy another one, yet. Since I travel every 6 weeks or so, I prefer to always have another charger in my travel bag. Not being able to buy one (at least for now) is quite annoying.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Perfect for small wrists

      Posted
      Dickens

      I have now lived with it for a week. There are a lot of reviews complaining about battery life and about a lack of features such as a heart rate monitor, GPS, and NFC. I would like to offer a contrary viewpoint. First, if you want your smartwatch to function like a phone, stop reading! Look at the LG Sport, instead, which has full smartphone functionality built-in. The problem is, it's also like wearing a grandfather clock on your wrist, which, I guess, is not a problem if you have big wrists. I am a guy cursed with small wrists, so most smartwatches just look ridiculous on me. And, I already own a smartphone, so I don't need a smartwatch to duplicate its functions. I want a watch with a huge number of customizable watch faces, a strong vibrating function so I don't miss phone calls, a message alert and previewer so I don't have to dig my smartphone out of my pocket, easy access to my favorite apps, and a smartwatch that is thin and small enough to look good on my thin wrist. The LG Style does all of that. Aso far as battery life is concerned, here is what I have found. If I leave the watch face in the "always on" mode, the battery only lasts about 13 hours. Also, if I am downloading new apps into the watch, that does drain the battery quickly. BUT -`if the watch is already setup with its apps, and I turn off the "always on" watch face mode, and then just go through a normal day of messages and phone call notifications, after a 16-hour day I still have about 35-40 percent battery remaining. That means the watch should be good for 24 hours. If you are happy with a watch that will need to be charged every night, you won't have a problem with the LG Style. Two last positives I would mention. The wireless magnetic charging (but not Qi). No fusing with stupid pins that won't line up like on the Huawei watch. And no flat tire like to Moto 360 2nd Gen, but yet the LG still has an ambient light sensor

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Awful battery life.

      Posted
      Mitch
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      So.... I'm going to return it and here's why. The battery life is unpredictable and *very short.* Having ambient display/always on display turned off with minimal screen on and few messages, it might squeak out 18 hours. On a trip where I'm getting directions every few minutes it went from 90% to 30% in just over an hour. To SEE the notifications you have to move your wrist to face you and then its 1-3 seconds before it turns on. The notifications are.... odd. Directions have a LOT of wasted space on screen and even opening the maps app on the watch fills up half the screen with GPS stuff that is useless. I'm going back to my Pebble.... I really wanted to love it... but there's nothing it can do that my Pebble couldn't do better. It's the best of Android Wear... is what I read a million times over. And I believe it... If you are OKAY not having always on AND STILL only getting somewhere between 8 and 18 hours of life. I loved the crown that rotates... It was my favorite thing ever... If I try AW again, it would have to have a rotating crown.... but I'd also like a super different android wear with bigger full-screen notifications that actually will show me more than 5 words. The messenger app was awful to use. Gifs are broken every time. Replying via voice makes you go through like 3 screens confirming it and ANYTIME I tried to reply with anything by voice it was a huge delay and it was far less accurate than my Pebble. The on-screen keyboard is actually pretty good but.... still ineffective. So.... I don't WANT to return it... but I literally will never wear it again. I gave it 2 weeks and I can't justify the cost, even on sale.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Awesome watch but no Bluetooth radius at all!

      Posted
      tinyg32
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I was shopping for about 6 months, and I bought every smartwatch you can think of and I absolutely loved this one the most! It's sleek, thin, and very feminine for a smart watch. Most smartwatches are very bulky and manly. I loved all the features and thought the layout was very simple, everything worked very well except the radius it had to be from my phone in order for it to work! Jesus, it was awful. If my phone wasn't literally right next to it, it wouldn't work. For example, my phone was in my backpack which was in my trunk, and I was driving, my phone was connected to my car because my car stereo said I just received a text, I looked down at my watch to check the text message and my watch said it was disconnected from my phone.....really? It's 3 feet away in my trunk! Ridiculous! Another example, I had my phone charging on my dresser which is next to my bed, I use it also as a nightstand. I was laying in bed and I went to go mess with my watch and it said it wasn't connected to my phone?? Once again, that's ridiculous! Unfortunately I took it back and tried to buy the other LG sport watch that you can put a Sim card in. I loved it, I didn't need my phone near me at all, it was great for exercising and for work. But it was so insanely bulky, I hit it on everything! And then it eventually just stopped working for no reason. I took it back and gave up on having a Smartwatch. So if you don't mind having your phone right next to your watch, this is a great watch but what's the point of having it when your phone is right there?

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.3 out of 5 stars with 15 reviews

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    • TechRadar (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Cameron Faulkner on January 18, 2018
      LG Watch Style review
      A thin, almost no-compromise reintroduction to Android WearFull Review
    • which.co.ukOctober 11, 2017
      LG Watch Style review
      The LG Watch Style is one of the latest smartwatches from LG. It runs Android Wear 2.0 so you can download your favourite apps straight to your wrist. It's got the stylings of a traditional watch, but does it have enough smarts? We tried thisFull Review
    • Stuff (UK)Rating, 3 out of 5September 27, 2017
      LG Watch Style review
      Without much substance this smartwatch struggles to Style it outFull Review
    • Recombu (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Alex Todd on August 30, 2017
      LG Watch Style Review: The Best Way In
      We review the LG Watch Style, one of two smartwatches developed in partnership with Google to debut Android Wear 2.0.Full Review
    • Pocket-lint (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Britta O'Boyle on August 5, 2017
      LG Watch Style review: Subtlety over style
      The LG Watch Style isn't an all-singing, all-dancing smartwatch, but it does its job and it does it well. If you're after a smartwatch that looks likeFull Review
    • Trusted Reviews (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Richard Easton on July 25, 2017
      LG Watch Style
      Serious Android Wear 2.0 style. LG Watch Style.Full Review
    • Tom's GuideRating, 2 out of 5Althea Chang on April 7, 2017
      LG Watch Style Review: Lots of Style, Not Enough Substance
      As its name implies, the LG Watch Style is an attractive smartwatch that you can check your email and smartphone notifications on and send and receive messages from. Since Android users still can't use an Apple Watch — which is our top pick amongFull Review
    • PCMagRating, 3 out of 5Victoria Song on March 28, 2017
      LG Watch Style
      The chic LG Watch Style fills the space between powerful-but-unattractive smartwatches and analog-style hybrids, but is limited by inconsistent fitness tracking and poor battery life.Full Review



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