I always thought people that wear two watches were a bit silly, I am sure there might be those that can justify doing so because of their line of work but for someone like myself I would consider it ridiculous. Now, at least for myself, things have changed and maybe I should not have been so judgemental.
I am not a fan of Apple watches but I have been dealing with ongoing heart problems for a couple years now. I have decided on purchasing an Apple watch later this year that has the capability of performing EKGs and monitoring your heart condition, now this is not a gimmick or a sales pitch, but a working feature that provides actual and real data that can be recorded in order to provide your cardiologist with results.
I try to be proactive I walk five miles every other day, changed my diet, lost 50 lbs in the last couple years but I still have my bad days. This apple watch could be a life-saving option for myself and others, EKG results can vary at different times, and while EKGs are usually consistent there can be fluctuations that are not always caught especially when you only have it done periodically at the doctor's office. The watch can also trend data and analyze when both EKG and pulse rates are out of normal range and you are about to have a heart attack. I guess now if I ever want to wear the watches I own I will have to get used to wearing two watches.