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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 16:10
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Re: Watch the watch Dec 2, 2015, 16:10
Dec 2, 2015, 16:10
 
NetHead wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 08:57:
RedEye9 wrote on Dec 1, 2015, 22:16:
If I wasted $250 on a watch your damn sure I would defend it because you know ... Accurate

That was a nice little laugh, just watch out that Apple Disciple doesn't catch you lol.
You accurately caught on. +1
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 12:51
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Dec 2, 2015, 12:51
 
RedEye9 wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 10:48:
PsychoMoggieBagpuss wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 10:38:
I got a pebble time. I like it. Battery life is a week though, not 18 fucking hours like the apple watch.
But is it accurate and do you have to be tied to an iPhone? I had an accurate and precise watch in the 70's.

I also swap between my TAG and a Raymond Weil dependent on what I'm wearing.

Yes it's accurate, whats the bloody point otherwise? I've got it tied to a samsung s6.
Lets not joke around though, it's a screen extender for your phone. Range is good. I've had the watch tell me that someones phoning when I've left the phone on a different floor. Still limited by the Universal Law that if you run to answer your phone, it's going to divert to voicemail as soon as you pick the sodding thing up though....
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Re: Evening Mobilization
Dec 2, 2015, 10:52
PHJF
 
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Re: Evening Mobilization Dec 2, 2015, 10:52
Dec 2, 2015, 10:52
 PHJF
 
This post has finally given me the willpower to remove and order a replacement battery for my Skagan watch.
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Re: Evening Mobilization
Dec 2, 2015, 10:49
Verno
 
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Re: Evening Mobilization Dec 2, 2015, 10:49
Dec 2, 2015, 10:49
 Verno
 
My problem with the Apple Watch is the battery life and the cost. Wearables are a non-starter for me until battery tech improves and Apple takes a ridiculous premium on the watch even considering R&D and etc.

Conceptually I don't think they are very useful but I admit I am not the target market of the product.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 10:48
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Re: Watch the watch Dec 2, 2015, 10:48
Dec 2, 2015, 10:48
 
PsychoMoggieBagpuss wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 10:38:
I got a pebble time. I like it. Battery life is a week though, not 18 fucking hours like the apple watch.
But is it accurate and do you have to be tied to an iPhone? I had an accurate and precise watch in the 70's.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 10:38
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Re: Watch the watch Dec 2, 2015, 10:38
Dec 2, 2015, 10:38
 
I got a pebble time. I like it. Battery life is a week though, not 18 fucking hours like the apple watch.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 10:21
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Re: Watch the watch Dec 2, 2015, 10:21
Dec 2, 2015, 10:21
 
Cutter wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 09:17:
He makes a perfectly valid point and all you can do is defend yourself by attacking him. It's most definitely not his intelligence in question. Just because you're a sucker and you know it don't take it out on other people.

Oh, I'm sorry. Did I annoy you by calling out your friend and his biased opinion? That's fine by me - it'll help you bitch and moan about a watch and the stupidity of those who buy them all night long. Enjoy!
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 09:17
Cutter
 
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Dec 2, 2015, 09:17
 Cutter
 
Reactor wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 08:42:
InBlack wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 07:05:
Now that their utility is very easily displaced by our mobile phones, watches have become even bigger status symbols (as well as jewelry) then ever before.

So taking into consideration that an iWatch doesn't even work without an iPhone, and needs regular charging (unlike most regular watches), what does an iWatch say about a person who wears one? That's a rhetorical question, and Ill end my part in this discussion on that note.

Taking into consideration the function of a phone as a watch is akin to a pocket watch which was replaced by a wrist watch, and that a phone typically needs to be charged daily like an Apple Watch, and the name iWatch doesn't actually exist, what does all of this say about the intelligence of InBlack?

That's a rhetorical question too.

He makes a perfectly valid point and all you can do is defend yourself by attacking him. It's most definitely not his intelligence in question. Just because you're a sucker and you know it don't take it out on other people.
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Re: Evening Mobilization
Dec 2, 2015, 09:06
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Re: Evening Mobilization Dec 2, 2015, 09:06
Dec 2, 2015, 09:06
 
Don't think the article is dumb, pretty much tells you that most of the challenged people that bought them really have no use for the watches that they don't get from their phone.

I have a couple stupid friends that bought them and guess what they both stopped wearing them because on top of being not very useful, they are ugly to boot.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 08:57
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Re: Watch the watch Dec 2, 2015, 08:57
Dec 2, 2015, 08:57
 

RedEye9 wrote on Dec 1, 2015, 22:16:
If I wasted $250 on a watch your damn sure I would defend it because you know ... Accurate

That was a nice little laugh, just watch out that Apple Disciple doesn't catch you lol.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 08:42
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Re: Watch the watch Dec 2, 2015, 08:42
Dec 2, 2015, 08:42
 
InBlack wrote on Dec 2, 2015, 07:05:
Now that their utility is very easily displaced by our mobile phones, watches have become even bigger status symbols (as well as jewelry) then ever before.

So taking into consideration that an iWatch doesn't even work without an iPhone, and needs regular charging (unlike most regular watches), what does an iWatch say about a person who wears one? That's a rhetorical question, and Ill end my part in this discussion on that note.

Taking into consideration the function of a phone as a watch is akin to a pocket watch which was replaced by a wrist watch, and that a phone typically needs to be charged daily like an Apple Watch, and the name iWatch doesn't actually exist, what does all of this say about the intelligence of InBlack?

That's a rhetorical question too.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 07:05
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Re: Watch the watch Dec 2, 2015, 07:05
Dec 2, 2015, 07:05
 
Now that their utility is very easily displaced by our mobile phones, watches have become even bigger status symbols (as well as jewelry) then ever before.

So taking into consideration that an iWatch doesn't even work without an iPhone, and needs regular charging (unlike most regular watches), what does an iWatch say about a person who wears one? That's a rhetorical question, and Ill end my part in this discussion on that note.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 06:16
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Dec 2, 2015, 06:16
 
a watch that needs charging so regularly is just pointless.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 04:52
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Dec 2, 2015, 04:52
 
You're not from Apple's marketing team, are you?
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 2, 2015, 02:27
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Dec 2, 2015, 02:27
 
Reactor wrote on Dec 1, 2015, 23:16:
Yeah, the time is pretty accurate.

Admit it. The watch is a piece of shit. You know you want to.
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Re: Watch the watch
Dec 1, 2015, 23:16
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Dec 1, 2015, 23:16
 
Yeah, the time is pretty accurate.
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Watch the watch
Dec 1, 2015, 22:16
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Watch the watch Dec 1, 2015, 22:16
Dec 1, 2015, 22:16
 
If I wasted $250 on a watch your damn sure I would defend it because you know ... Accurate
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Re: Evening Mobilization
Dec 1, 2015, 21:28
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Re: Evening Mobilization Dec 1, 2015, 21:28
Dec 1, 2015, 21:28
 
I have no problem with people who don't like watches. I do, personally. I like quickly glancing to see the time (that's accurate) and maybe a few other things like the date... or in this case, a message.
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Re: Evening Mobilization
Dec 1, 2015, 21:26
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Re: Evening Mobilization Dec 1, 2015, 21:26
Dec 1, 2015, 21:26
 
I'm certainly not the only one, but I haven't wanted to wear a watch since I was in grade school. The big Timex of the time were too dang clunky to have on while using the keyboards, and who the heck needs a clock when they have games to be playing?

I certainly haven't had the desire for a watch since I've grown up - every screen I look at, everywhere I go, already tells me the time, from the microwave to the computer - keep yer watches. Or maybe... We don't need no stinkin' watches!

Might explain why I think Dick Tracy is dumb crap also, ugh.
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Re: Evening Mobilization
Dec 1, 2015, 21:25
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Re: Evening Mobilization Dec 1, 2015, 21:25
Dec 1, 2015, 21:25
 
Well I have an Apple watch for a start. I like it a lot. Apple have a long way to go with them, but they're a really good watch.

That said, that's just a clickbait article. From the millions that have bought Apple watches finding a bunch of people who didn't like them is a no brainer. And, what else are they going to say? It's dumb.
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