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    Smart watch for travelling?

    Hi everyone, new to the subforum, looking for some recommendations of smart watch for travelling between timezones. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

    Budget: 500USD
    Using it primarily for travelling between timezone, and tracking multiple timezone at the same time. The watch should be able to sync to local time when flight lands. The battery should at least last for more than 24 hours, but the longer it could last the better it is.

    My initial research led me to Galaxy Watch, is there any other alternatives worth considering?
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    Re: Smart watch for travelling?

    Garmin Instinct - check 14 days battery time.

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    Re: Smart watch for travelling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Siberian cat View Post
    Garmin Instinct - check 14 days battery time.

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    Thanks mate, it looks really nice! Adding it to the list

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    Re: Smart watch for travelling?

    Most smartwatches will be paired with a smartphone and get their time from the phone which gets its time from the network it connects to.
    Showing a secondary timezone on the same watch face can be done with an app such as Facer (for wear os/android, for apple and also for Samsung's own OS) but there are probably plenty more apps that will do it for you.

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    Re: Smart watch for travelling?

    Pretty much any mainstream smartwatch has the capabilities you want so you'd just have to filter out based on your phone and subjective criteria.
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    Re: Smart watch for travelling?

    Like been noted above all watches can take time from the phone (you don't even need smart watch per se it just will be cheaper).
    Garmin will take time from GPS and set time to your coordinates.
    also it is bargain bin of CDs in app stores but you will be able to find watch face which is capable of showing any time combo you like. Android or Samsung with 100% certainty.
    Most of current Sumsungs in size of 42mm and up offer in excess of 3 days of battery life.
    So technically anything good and with proper brand will satisfy your requirements.
    There are plenty of dual time solutions in Casio Edifice line with proper look and function be it BT or just manual time zone selection. With BT is quite breeze to change time and date.
    some watches are solar so you get indefinite battery life.
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    It should be special!

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    Re: Smart watch for travelling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket1991 View Post
    Like been noted above all watches can take time from the phone (you don't even need smart watch per se it just will be cheaper).
    Garmin will take time from GPS and set time to your coordinates.
    also it is bargain bin of CDs in app stores but you will be able to fined watch face which is capable of showing any time combo you like. Android or Samsung with 100% certainty.
    Most of current Sumsungs in size of 42mm and up offer in excess of 3 days of battery life.
    So technically anything good and with proper brand will satisfy your requirements.
    There are plenty of dual time solutions in Casio Edifice line with proper look and function be it BT or just manual time zone selection. With BT is quite breeze to change time and date.
    some watches are solar so you get indefinite battery life.
    Thanks for the informative reply! I am planning to go to some local stores and see them in person soon

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    Re: Smart watch for travelling?

    You can also buy at World of Play which has 24 Hours Heart and Sleep Rate Monitoring, Stopwatch & Timer, Alarm Clock, IP68 dust & Waterproof, Step Count Monitoring Function, supports 14 sports mode, Call & Notification alert and much more.

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