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Apple Watch Series 5 44mm Aluminium with Sport Band

Apple Watch Series 5 44mm Aluminium with Sport Band

  • Operating system: Apple Watch OS
  • Features: Barometer, Built-in heart rate monitor, Built-in speakers, Compass, Built-in wireless charging, Vibration alarm, Built-in microphone, Gyroscope/Accelerometer, eSIM
  • Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
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6 months ago*
Apple Watch is lousy at music and podcasts, because it is unreliable in sync so you often have nothing to listen to when running Do not understand how this is possible from those who made the iPod, it even has 32 GB of storage that is not used for anything
*Edited 6 months

Google

a year ago*
At first I thought it was deplorably ugly, very "nerdy" look ... But I have gotten used to it now and am happy with it. It seems to have a bit of a problem with how the battery life is displayed, because sometimes it stands still for a super long time and then it collapses very quickly. But I charge every night so it's no problem for me really. Update 200828: The clock is still ugly, but the battery life seems to have been fixed via a software update! :-) The next model I hope will be a little bigger.
*Edited 6 months

Google

6 months ago
If we say this. Be close to buying Series 3 42mm or Series 5 40mm. Glad it will be this larger model. The smaller sizes are extremely small despite the fact that I have small wrists. Of course, the 5 is more expensive, but larger physically, but still flexible, ie larger screen and larger screen myth than all other models + always on compared to the 3 which is so good to have.

Google

a year ago
I use it almost every day but it is not enough. The only positive I can say is that it does its job during the gym workout. It counts calories, heart rate, etc. and you can change songs instead of picking up the mobile, etc. Answering with the clock, etc. is ridiculous, you are not directly an agent. LoL save your money!

Google

a year ago*
Very satisfied this far. You are more or less forced to choose Apple Watch if you want a smart watch in combination with the iPhone. Previously had a Samsung Galaxy Watch, which worked great for Android, but turned into a semiconductor with iPhone. Now the functionality is back, with the change to Apple Watch, and it feels very feature rich. The battery life is clearly worse, but I can accept to charge every night, as long as it lasts all day. Notifications roll in as they should, the training functions, the heart rate clock and the ECG are clock (!) Clean and AoD of course you do not want to be without. The price is, as always with Apple, somewhat high, but as I said, you do not have much to choose, really. Interesting that it is possible to buy bands that cost twice as much as the watch itself, and also other materials on the unit itself, that the price can pull away high, high above 10k. Needless, however, as all clocks are identical on the inside, whether you choose aluminum or ceramic. EDIT: After a few days the battery life has "set". Now gets two days off, with about 20 percent battery remaining. Then we talk 6-18 days with training, notices, calls, messages, music control and mobile payments. Of course with the AoD switch on. Good!
*Edited a year

Google

a year ago*
Good watch, but think it is a pity that more developers have not invested and benefited from developing apps for iwatch. However, one thing is very bad with the clock. The graphical display of heartbeat during the day is purely pathetic. Consists of some kind of plot points that are basically impossible to interpret. Fitbit and other brands I have, despite their much lower price, are far ahead of graphic handling. Why can't Apple just draw a distance between measured points, so do an interpolation!
*Edited a year

Google

a year ago
Best time right now :)

Google

a year ago
Too bad to only manage 18 hours but still great smart watch

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