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Watch Sport 38Mm Space Gray Aluminum With Black Sport Band
Apple Watch 38mm Aluminum Case Sport with Black Sport ...
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Watch Sport 38Mm Space Gray Aluminum With Black Sport Band

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Screen Size
1.32 inches
8 GB
Wireless Type
802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
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Flash Memory Size
1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Apple Watch 38mm Aluminum Case Sport with Black Sport Band

  • Dimensions: Height: 38.6mm, Width: 33.3mm, Depth: 10.5mm, Case Weight: 25g (1.51 x 1.29 x 0.41 in inches, 0.88 oz)
  • Sport Band with stainless steel pin; Digital Crown
  • Gorgeous anodised aluminium case; Ion-X glass
  • Heart rate sensor, accelerometer and gyroscope; Ambient light sensor
  • Retina display with Force Touch; Composite back, Splash and Water resistant in rain, exercising, etc (but not to be submerged in water, as it's not waterproof!)
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Had no choice but to get one with my iPhone 6 Plus
by Valued Customer on December 01, 2015
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I finally had to upgrade my old iPhone 5 that was draining battery by day (as I had to with iPhone 4), and my husband convinced me to get the bigger iPhone 6 plus since I read a lot through my phone. What I quickly found was that iPhone 6 Plus was difficult to operate for this 5'5"" lady with one hand. Yes the big phone is easier to read for my aging eyes, but the clunky size quickly became a major hindrance. I stopped carrying my phone in my pocket as I had with older smaller phones, and without a phone on me all the time, I was suddenly in need of a watch although I haven't worn one for many years. My husband also started complaining about not being able to reach me, so my search for a smart watch began.Initially, I thought I could just get one of those cheaper 3rd party smart watches and get by, but my research revealed that Apple had closed off the iOS so the Apple Watch is pretty much the only game in town if you need more features than just phone answering or message notifications (even this is getting limited). Pebble watch seemed like the best contender with its week-plus battery life, but the latest iOS updates are leaving many of those 3rd party watch owners in the dark with frequent connectivity loss and loss of features. OK, Apple, smart tactics for cash flow but major disservice to customers with your anti-trust practices!I felt somewhat forced to choose the apple watch after my research, so I got the cheapest 38mm sports version in space gray on a Black Friday deal after resisting to buy one for a while. When I received the watch, I was pleasantly surprised at how sleek it looked for a smart watch, and I was very glad that I chose the smaller 38mm despite many reviews since 42mm would've looked ridiculous on my wrist. I've increased the text size to help compensate for the small display size difference. The 42mm has longer battery life with bigger battery (250mAh vs 205AH of 38mm), but the watch functions are the same across all Apple watch models.I was disappointed that Siri doesn't make any sound on the watch with only displayed responses (you could turn on the clunky Voice Over accessibility feature though), but I quickly ended up loving some of the watch proprietary features. The ""Hey Siri"" combined with the Wrist Raise wake allows me to be completely hands-free for making calls, initiate/respond to messages, set timer, schedule, etc. by just slightly turning my wrist. Siri is obviously not new, and it's dumbed down on the watch, but being able to do many tasks without free/clean hands is very useful, especially while I'm cooking. The watch face is very easy to change and allows me to set a specific photo or shuffle my photo album, but I personally found the Modular face to be most useful with many customizable features including weather forecast. You can quickly mute with a palm cover over the watch face, and with the ability to silently choose one of your own messages off a responses list, a person would have a tough time falling off the grid even if in a meeting with the Haptic tap on the wrist with all alerts/sounds muted. The watch somewhat predictably offers you message response choices based on certain message context as well. The Bluetooth 4.0 could allow for up to 330 feet distance from your phone, but the shortwave UHF signal is easily disrupted by other environmental signals in reality. However, the watch communicates over your phone's Wi-Fi along with Bluetooth connection, so I can be in my basement while my phone is upstairs within the range of my Wi-Fi network (more battery intensive) if the Bluetooth signal gets lost. The Settings Glance (swipe up, then left) shows the communicating signal, either a green cloud icon (Wi-Fi) or a green phone icon (Bluetooth). After the initial trial and getting used to the watch features, I was convinced that my husband also needs one, although he swears doesn't want one. He won't have any excuses for not responding to my calls/messages once he's cuffed to the watch! In all seriousness, my husband wouldn't intentionally not respond, but his occupation sometimes makes it difficult for me to reach him during emergencies.The watch's microphone is surprisingly powerful, and I'm able to speak in a normal voice with my wrist down in relaxed positions. However, the watch's speaker is very underpowered which makes it difficult to hear if not in a completely quiet room with good phone reception. When my friend called me the first time, she was able to hear me clearly, but I eventually had to Handoff the call to my iPhone to hear her well. You'd literally have to place the watch right near your ear with slight ambient noise. There aren't too many apps that are compatible with the watch yet and most existing apps are very primitive, but I was able to download a new shopping list app so that I won't have to carry my huge phone around while checking off my grocery list. The major con with the watch is its battery life. I turn off location services on all my i products unless absolutely needed but even with that, the watch needs to be charged Every Single Day. If you increase the usage of the heart rate monitor for workouts, the depletion is even quicker. The lithium ion battery will inevitably degrade quickly with the required daily charge cycles right off the bat (good for 1000 charge cycles), and I see that out-of-warranty battery service will cost at least $79 at the time of this writing. I'm sure that I'll be needing the service sooner than claimed for my already costly watch, and I wish Apple concentrates on long-term customer satisfaction than fatter revenues. The limited battery life span feels like just one of many unscrupulous planned obsolescence by manufacturers these days I find myself endeavoring to save the battery by putting the watch in Power Reserve mode (up to 72 hrs), or Airplane mode when not actively seeking notifications. Recovering from the Power Reserve mode (with only clock function) is equally as slow as from Power Off/On at over 1 ? minutes, so powering off is another way to improve the battery longevity, especially overnight or whenever you're not wearing the watch.All in all, even with a bit of disenchantment, I'm glad that I got the Apple watch because of the convenient hands-off abilities and seamless integration with the iOS not currently possible with 3rd party watches. Most of all, I can leave my cumbrous iPhone Plus in my pulse while I'm out and about or working in my garden. I do hope that Apple changes mind and offer the battery replacement for free for at least a few years (one could only hope!) or reduce the service cost since it's touted that the battery should be good for up to 3 years. I'm hoping the future versions could be designed with user serviceable battery replacement. I ultimately decided that I will wait to see how the battery fares in the long-run and wait for improved speaker volume before I finally tether my sweet husband with a gadget.

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Great watch
by Valued Customer on March 03, 2016
Verified Purchase

I purchased this item used, but it was honestly like brand new. It works wonderfully. Pros: Water resistant-It's convenient when I go for walks and runs and the sweat doesn't affect the watch. I like how it has its own alarm-I can set an alarm without having to have my phone near me. My screen protector keeps falling off but this glass withstands a lot of wear. I am pretty rough with my belongings and it's held up nicely. Not a single scratch or dent. Cons: it was a little difficult to get the hang of the watch but that was mostly my fault for trying to use it without reading the manual or watching videos on how to use it. This watch does not have the capabilities to free text. Their are preset responses or you can I put a voice text, but Im not really sure how they would be able to put a keyboard on the screen.

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Impressive piece of technology.
by Valued Customer on March 10, 2016
Verified Purchase

I just switched from Samsung devices over to Apple, and I figured I'd immerse myself. I've been nothing short of impressed, and that includes how I feel about this watch. The interface is simple to use, elegant, and beautiful. The watch itself is comfortable and I find myself checking my phone a lot less, since all important notifications come through the watch. The battery lasts me all day (but I do need to charge it nightly), and it works seamlessly with my iPhone 6s.

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Amazing watch , I hate watches and I haven't taken it off since I bought it only to charge
by Valued Customer on December 17, 2015
Verified Purchase

Id first off like to say I've had mine for a month or two less than a year. It hasn't gave me another reason not to upgrade to the newest one when i have the time to get it. I love this watch because if can do just about everything my phone can do but text ( which you can do talk to text ) and take pictures ( it just pulls it up from your phone ) . It gets great distance as far as Bluetooth goes . I can't walk into a gas station with out it loosing service but that's okay. I like the fact that since I manage a store , that if I'm not within hands reach of my phone and it's on silent I can answer it from my watch. It isn't very loud which is something I would suggest fixing ( Apple ) the icons aren't hard for me to reach because of he ( zoom ) feature. I also like the fact that if your friend or significant other has one , you can send them taps , doodles and or your heart beat. Which is a cool factor to have . I have yet to test the theory to see if the heart rate is accurate but it seems to be. Also I like the special features it has for text like I said with doodles and or with the different emojis . I recommend if you are willing to get one I would definitely invest in one. It's worth it. It also tells you with a ""thump"" on your wrist while your phone is in navigation mode on when to turn . I have been wearing mine all day and took 4 phone calls and it's currently at 59% battery life. I have dinged my watch it's been hit while putting clothes in the dryer and still have yet to scratch the face of it. I chose black to deter from dirty wrist bands and it's good with any outfit. Plus after wearing it for a long period of time like a full day , it makes your skin sweat and it gets wet , no worries I have been in the rain while wearing it. Over all I would give this a 9 out of 10 stars. The charge is very fast on it . And alerts are decent . I get them on my watch before my phone . I would wait if I were you to purchase this watch unless you really want it , it's just like iPhones they will have a better one out soon for the same price , and different features . I got the 38mm because I'm tiny and women normally go for the 38mm I have a side by side what the 42 looked like before I purchased it. And it was a big difference . Men mostly need to go for a 42mm unless you have tiny arms . I would recommend trying it on before purchasing . Also it does come with the magnetic docking station to charge , which I bought the stand for ( gold stand not included ) , and also a S/M , M/L wrist bands free.

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Similar to the relationship with the iPhone-you don't think you need it until you get it; then wonder how you did without.
by Valued Customer on October 16, 2015
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Fantastic product. Albeit, overpriced, but it's similar to your relationship with your iPhone-you didn't think you needed it, but once you've used it enough, you don't know how you lived without it. Saves a great deal of time-you no longer have to pull out your phone to check what that vibration was about. The ""Hey Siri"" dictation option is also very useful-almost all tests can be done hands-free.

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Wow, the Must have for Mom
by Valued Customer on January 27, 2016
Verified Purchase

As a busy mom whom always has her hands full, this is a lifesaver! I love the haptic ""nudges""! Helps keep me on que for everything! Even the alarm works better since it ""nudges"" me away. So great to check the weather in the morning while I'm getting the kids dressed. It's just right there on my wrist! Really can't say enough about this product! One of the best things I've ever bought for myself

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Fast Delivery! Apple Watch looks awesome!
by Valued Customer on April 07, 2018
Verified Purchase

Delivery was super fast which is an important plus. I'm charging it right now but I assume like most Apple products it will be awesome and of high quality. Thank you SO much! I hope to in full usage before the weekend is over! Hopefully! Hahaha! Thanks again and aloha!

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It works well but it didn't come sealed like new. It came in a plastic and it
by Valued Customer on March 31, 2018
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It works well but it didn't come sealed like new. It came in a plastic and it didn't come with all accessories it only came with the charger and charging brick but not the second band but I still like it and it still works well

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I'm very happy with my Apple Watch
by Valued Customer on May 21, 2018
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I'm very happy with my Apple Watch. I wanted to upgrade from a Fitbit Blaze and even though this is a first gen Apple Watch, it's still an upgrade. Happy happy happy. Looks so much nicer and more sleek.

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I was pleased with my purchase
by Valued Customer on January 05, 2018
Verified Purchase

My daughter really loves the Watch. I was pleased with my purchase. The only thing I am a little disappointed about was the price. I actually thought I was buying the series 2. I think the seller misrepresented that fact in the details and the price I paid would have been fair for series 2 but a little pricey for the series 1. But my daughter still loves the watch. She just can't take it in the pool for laps.

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Good for urgent messages
by Valued Customer on October 18, 2015
Verified Purchase

Helps me stay healthy. Keeps me connected better than any other device: Phone or tablet. Works well, but not perfectly.The other day my son texted me and it appeared on the watch. I may not have checked my phone for 30 minutes and missed an important message., but the watch tapped me on the wrist immediately.

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This is the Apple Watch Series 1.
by Valued Customer on December 18, 2017
Verified Purchase

Even though this comes up as the first search result for Apple Watch Series 2 this is actually the Series 1.

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