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    I have an Apple Series 4. My wife has an Apple Series 5. We love them. Once you get accustomed to them, they're fantastic! I have all but quit analog.

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    I attended a family gathering this weekend, and I couldn't tell you how many smartwatches I saw on their wrists. Traditional watches, maybe three, and that's including my grandpa's that I wore for a specific day. Everyone else wore something from Apple, Samsung, Fitbit, Garmin, maybe a Suunto, and a couple others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarracksSi View Post
    I attended a family gathering this weekend, and I couldn't tell you how many smartwatches I saw on their wrists. Traditional watches, maybe three, and that's including my grandpa's that I wore for a specific day. Everyone else wore something from Apple, Samsung, Fitbit, Garmin, maybe a Suunto, and a couple others.
    And you can't even tell them that smartwatches aren't watches
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarracksSi View Post
    I attended a family gathering this weekend, and I couldn't tell you how many smartwatches I saw on their wrists. Traditional watches, maybe three, and that's including my grandpa's that I wore for a specific day. Everyone else wore something from Apple, Samsung, Fitbit, Garmin, maybe a Suunto, and a couple others.
    And that's how world actually thinks today. And there is nothing wrong with it.
    Frankly if Swiss watch industry will go under 95% of people won't even notice that something changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket1991 View Post
    And that's how world actually thinks today. And there is nothing wrong with it.
    Frankly if Swiss watch industry will go under 95% of people won't even notice that something changed.
    Yep. I've been saying this for a while - analog, "traditional" wrist watches are a piece of jewelry. They are worn as much (or more) for aesthetic purposes than they are for actually telling the time. Smartwatches offer a lot more in terms of functionality and practicality, particular as it pertains to health-related information.
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