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Great smart watchPosted
martwatch is great overall but apps are lackluster
I would recommend this to a friend
Love the watch, but....Posted
First off, I love the watch. Two issues with it. The current apps are crap. Hoping Samsung will bring them up to par. Second, activating the LTE option doubled my monthly bill. And a timesaver tip: T-mobile's ONE plus plan is your best option. Trust me. I spent hours researching AND went in person to both stores trying to find some way to lessen the expense. But, other than that, I do love the watch.
I would recommend this to a friend
Classy, but underwhelming.Posted
I bought this as a sleeker, bolder alternative to a Fitbit (or so I'm told it was supposed to be), but this was probably not the right choice. Before I bash on it, I'll state the good. -Fantastic build quality. It feels like a much more expensive mechanical watch I own, but I'm less afraid of dinging this one up (not that I intend to). Nice weight, the bezel ring has a satisfying *click* that doesn't seem to wear out, the face is pretty tough against scratches, it really IS waterproof, and the changeable bands is a neat little bonus. The battery is pretty good, I've gone days on a single charge. The device itself is stylish and classy in almost every scenario and adds a bit of flair to whatever you're doing and it functions rain or shine, hot or cold. -Somewhat simple and very responsive interface. There's a short learning curve to overcome using the watch. Just swipe or tap, a few gestures and that's it. Smooth transitions, apps load quick, and the display is very bright and sharp. Now for the cons... -Iffy accuracy. Oftentimes the step counter is waaayyy off and other times it's pretty darn accurate, but there's no way of getting it to "learn" your patterns, so if you're going to wear it for more than just fitness, you probably just want to only rely on the steps as you run, because it's consistent. -GPS...I guess. . ? This was advertised to independently have its own GPS function without needing a phone, to trace routes while running, which is the main reason I got it, and it works....kind of. To no surprise, it worked perfectly in the store, but outside is another story. It can trace the route I move, BUT, it's not always smooth or consistent. It seemingly takes forever most of the time to actually acquire a signal and position me on the map. Also, the map itself doesn't seem to load, once I move far enough, my route is traced in a black void apparently and the only map shown is what's loaded onto the screen with the initial GPS lock....I don't remember running all the way to purgatory... -Music? So I understand there's a way to put music on the device and use Bluetooth headphones, but I'ven't necessarily figured it out yet. You can't just plug it in to a PC and drag/drop your files to it. -Sugar-free diet software. On top of all that, the only halfway competent fitness apps and software are pretty much all made by Under Armour, and they all only have like 3/5 stars, and do pretty much the same thing. Stopwatch, mediocre GPS (again), rep count (doesn't work well with pull-ups or situps) and heart rate monitor, being the most accurate thing (besides the watch function itself), which also needs specific placement on your wrist. The OTHER available apps are either pointlessly paid premium, or just pointless period. I don't need to control a PowerPoint with my watch, and I don't need to read a word document. YouTube? REALLY!? This one is horrendous, try it and you'll see what I mean...There's one fitness app on the proprietary watch store that has 4.5 stars, but I'm not going to get it. I paid 400 dollars for the watch, it should at least function as advertised without needing to subscribe to something, or have a free full-use demo to verify if it's worth spending for the app. Just about ALL of the fitness apps have a paid version that supposedly have much better tracking, but they're mostly more for forums, miscellaneous online uploads etc. for those "lookit how far I ran, can YOU beat that!?" ...Again, 400 for the watch alone should net me something worthwhile, like a few included good, functional paid apps or something. Maybe I'm just negative here, but I'd think this product would be a bit better and more developed for the outdoorsy types, not just suave techies. As mentioned before, I think a Garmin might be more of what I'm looking for, in terms of GPS route tracking (since that's kind of their main thing), calorie counter and so forth. Great style, good intentions, but poor execution....NEXT!!!
No, I would not recommend this to a friend