was perhaps a little over psyched on Android Wear, but it has been hard to rely on the clock to replace notifications from your phone.
It got better as the IOM updates.
But you need to have at relatively tight to be sure that you feel the vibrations, and sometimes I doubt if there is even any notification from the time I get to and from the missed calls and messages.
Touch does not feel in the class with a telephone and one often gets to be a bit more concentrated and careful movements to get to where you actually want in the menus, which can be a bit annoying when you just want to do something quickly and it ends with you is wrong .
It is stylish but IOM to bands coming out below the screen, it becomes still an obvious "smart watch" next generation is much more classic then in terms of appearance.
Amount. it may sound boring but if the IAF had the opportunity for any kind of audio signal it would have been more useful. For example, when I have the phone on charge, it is a watch a spot extenders in the home or at work. But when you cook, clean, etc., chances are you will not feel the vibrations in the wrist, may be vibrator that works weakly or incorrectly Hz to we guaranteed to feel it ?.
But it means that you often miss calls which makes you lose confidence and looking constantly in case you missed something (Hi-speed dependent)
Ok, nests battery lasts a whole day, sometimes not. seamlessly with SMS and call notification on the wrist now when the phones become more and more difficult to get up out of pocket.
The update is extremely rare, and since the last update causes trouble Bluetooth's connection often requires a reboot, had the clock for about a year, and even got it replaced once when it just died. but CDON solved this with a new one.
Bought my moto 360 1465kr for this price a bargain. Thrives tremendously with the clock. However, one should be prepared to charge it every day! But it weighed up when you can have Live scores on the wrist.
Had the time in about 6 months. It's OK, though nothing "groundbreaking". It simply serves as a watch with a statement that it has shortcuts to certain functions that are in your phone, for example: Receive / reject calls, change songs on musikappar, read text messages, etc.
+ Looks good.
+ You can change the background on the clock which is fun, you will not tire as easily on his watch.
+ Good battery on the clock, enough for a whole day well.
- Pulls a lot more battery on the phone. It was enough that I charged my phone once a day, but now I need to load the bit in the middle of the day for it to last the day out.
- Quite clear that it is a "first generation" of its technology. It can be pretty tough sometimes, and behave illogically around certain functions.
- The heart rate monitor does not work well. Try to take your pulse so it works maybe 1 out of 5 times. (Note that all other fitness bands do not work so well either, over other products is the Intermediates).