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Best cheap custom watches 2019: Reviews and buying advice

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Fossil Men's Gen 3 Explorist Stainless Steel Touchscreen Smartwatch

$163.83  in stock
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as of November 22, 2019 8:23 pm

Features

Brand, Seller, or Collection NameFossil
Model numberFTW4003
Part NumberFTW4003
Model Year2017
Item ShapeRound
Dial window material typeMineral
Display TypeDigital
ClaspBuckle
Case materialStainless steel
Case diameter44 millimeters
Case Thickness11.5 millimeters
Band Materialleather calfskin
Band lengthMen's Standard
Band width22 millimeters
Band ColorBrown
Dial colorBlack
Bezel materialStainless steel
Bezel functionStationary
Item weight8.8 Ounces
Movementtouchscreen

Smartphone notifications, touchscreen functionality, activity tracking, custom goal & alarm settings, customizable watch faces & watch bands, music controls & micro apps, microphone & speaker controls, additional third party apps available through Google Play Store on your watch; Estimated 24...

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FINALLY! I have a smart watch that I can stand to use.This is actually my third* attempt at a smart watch. (*Fourth if you include a rare ancient 2001 Timex Internet Messenger watch Men's Timex Internet Messenger Sport Watch that could talk to satellites via Skytell and provide news and text messages to your watch).The first was a Sony Smartwatch SW2 (second generation). I liked the way the watch looked and the metal band. It uses a Sony-specific operating system, though, and when I installed the required apps on my phone to use the watch, they repeatedly crashed. And when they weren't crashing, they were depleting my phone battery like there was no tomorrow. So the Sony went into a drawer after a couple of days.The second was a Samsung S2 smartwatch. I liked the way the watch itself looks, though I hate the uncomfortable junky looking rubber band it comes with. I replaced that (a hassle since it uses proprietary hinges), and then I had a cool looking and comfortable watch. Unfortunately, like the Sony, it uses a proprietary operating system (this time courtesy of Samsung) and after a short amount of time Samsung stopped supporting that OS with a lot of phones--including some of mine. So unless I am willing to select my phone based on compatibility with the Samsung watch, the watch does nothing but show the time. So in the drawer this watch has gone as well.Now comes the Fossil Q Explorist. And this smartwatch avoids the issue with the first two smartwatches by using Google's own Android Wear operating system. As a result, it's fully supported on pretty much any Android phone running Android 4.3 or higher (which is pretty much all Android phones that anyone would possibly want to be using at this point). It's also supposedly supported on Apple iOS 8.2 (but I didn't test that). And the integration between the watch and the app is pretty much seamless. Follow the instructions and prompts on the watch face after you power it on and you're up and running in a few minutes. After the junk I experienced with the Sony and Samsung, this was like many breaths of fresh air.Since setting the watch up, it has run flawlessly. It comes with a limited set of apps installed for presenting watch faces and alerts from your phone (which, honestly, covers 95% of what I want my smartwatch to do). You can also install additional supported apps with ease. For example, I installed Google Hangouts so I can see my text message notifications from that app (and answer them if I want) from my watch. I did the same with Google Play music, and now I can interface with that app through the watch. The same with Google Maps.The watch has a speaker and wifi built in, so you can actually quite a bit with just the watch if your phone isn't nearby. Otherwise, it communicates with your watch via Bluetooth. The Bluetooth connection seems to work very well and doesn't hog the phone in the way that my Samsung did, so that you can have your phone simultaneous communicate with both the watch and, say, Android Auto.The watch comes with a set of watch face choices that range from classy to cute. I would say that this is, by far, the best set of built in watch faces I've seen built into a phone OS.As for the ergonomics...This watch is BIG. It's not ridiculous looking, but it definitely isn't demure. It's assuredly intended as a man's watch--both because of the size of the display and the very good quality brown leather band. I actually find the watch size a bit bigger than I'd choose (I prefer the smaller size of both the Sony and the Samsung)--it's a too bling IMHO for button down work--but not so much that you won't wear it for casual purposes. Think more Rolex sizing than Apple Smartwatch. Oh, and if you get tired of the leather band, you can switch it out with any standard 22mm watch band. Thankfully, there's no proprietary attachment nonsense.There are two buttons that can be programmed to activate different functions of your choosing. Pushing the stem in returns you to the home screen and turning the stem lets you quickly flip through options on any screen. Pulling down the screen from the top reveals various options. Pulling from the bottom scrolls through recent alerts. Pulling in from the sides lets you change the watch face.As I mentioned, the watch has a pretty good speaker built in, which means you can set an alarm and have the watch wake you up in the morning (or alert you to move your car or whatever)--even if your phone is not on or nearby.Another thing I liked vs. some of the other smartwatches is that when the screen dims, it initially goes to a simplified gray scale representation of the watch face--it doesn't go completely black. So when you look at your watch you don't have to shake your arm like a crazy person in order to just see the time.Battery life is OK. I found that after wearing the watch for about 12 hours I still had about 40% battery life left from a full charge. This suggests it will be good for a full day no matter many hours your full day typically entails (unless you don't sleep). But the watch will NOT make it through two days without a charge. So charging every night is pretty much a requirement. Charging is carried out using a wireless charging disc (included) that connects to a USB charger (not included) and attaches via a weak magnet to the back of the watch. The watch is using standard wireless Qi charging, and I found it could also charge using the wireless charger that came with the Samsung S2.Overall, I've been quite pleased with this smartwatch. It worked properly right out of the box, with no hiccups in terms of installation, and it has continued to work well since then. It does what I most want from a smartwatch (tell time, provide notifications from my phone and interface with core functionality) quite well and without hassle. Other than being larger than I'd like, it's pretty much what I have been looking for in a smartwatch. I'm sold.
It all depends on what you are looking for in a smartwatch. I wanted something nice looking that I could wear to work and didn’t care for the look of Apple Watch/Fitbit. I also wanted GPS for tracking runs but didn’t want to spend $400. This watch is absolutely perfect for what I wanted!Pros: IT IS BEAUTIFUL!!! The screen is crystal clear and the watch faces are very high end looking. I love that is has GPS and you can download plenty of apps for whatever else you might want. I downloaded Pandora (which can play over the speaker!!) and an app for built in workouts. It also syncs to my iPhone just fine.Cons: The google fit app doesn’t sync to the iPhone, so you can only view your stats on your watch. This wasn’t the end of the world for me because I basically just want to be aware of my daily steps and be able to track my runs easier from my wrist and not from my phone in my pocket or my arm. I don’t need all the data on my phone too since I’m not that into it.Things to note: Some reviews complain of the battery life. I have worn mine for 2 days now and play around with all the settings since it’s new and it has had at least 60% battery left at the end of each day. I would not sleep in this watch since it’s big, so charging overnight is no big deal to me. The price of this watch feels like a steal! I paid $200 and it feels like it’s worth more for sure with the GPS and high quality look and feel.I love this watch and have gotten so many compliments already. Defiant recommend if you’re looking for something high end looking with activity tracking!
I bought this after choking on the price of an Apple watch a few too many times. All I really wanted was a few apps to help make air travel easier (podcasts, audio books, etc) and couldn't justify the price of the Apple watch. This seemed like a good compromise, and generally I will say it is. But it is also extremely frustrating.The watch itself is beautiful. Fossil did a great job on it, it is exactly what I wanted. However, Wear OS (formerly known as "Android Wear") has proven to be a joke. I don't mean it isn't good on this watch, I mean it lacks basic software engineering best-practices you find in most Apple products and most other Android products. It also has a dramatic lack of application support.First, podcasts. I was able to get Wear Casts working and self-sufficient on the watch. It is one of the few apps that doesn't require it to be tethered to the phone at all times, and I get good usage from it. It is a real life-saver on airplanes...put on a pair of bluetooth headphones and listen to podcasts. Solid win, one of the few.Audio books...the average person isn't going to win here. I did get it working, but not Audible. I was able to use Overdrive from my local library, extract the MP3's from the Overdrive app and use NavExplorer to transfer files over FTP from my computer to the watch so I can listen to them in NavBooks. NavExplorer starts an FTP server (plain old anonymous FTP, old-school) on the watch and you can push files to it, then link those up in NavBooks to download cover art/etc. It works, but the average user is going to get absolutely nowhere fast.The real pain point is Wear OS and its desire to constantly break things. Not since Microsoft rolled out Windows 8 has an OS invested so much time in making itself non-functional. A striking example is how often it will "upgrade" an app for you to a version that it promptly says isn't compatible. The example of this that is occurring right now, prompting me to finally write this review, is that it updated the Google Play Store (!!) and it no longer will run. It tells me to fix this, I need to go into settings and uninstall updates for Play Store. This reminds me of when Windows Media Center "fixed" a problem with my TV by removing all of my channels and canceling all of my season passes (I guess my problem was that I had TV). This has happened with several apps, wiping out all but a few apps that I can find genuine value in.Pros: - Fairly seamless podcasts - Really nice looking and comfortable - A few apps are here and seem to work well (Wear Cast, Todoist, Bring!)Cons: - "updates" itself out of service every few days (OS issue, not a hardware issue) - Does very little for your phone experience if you are on an iPhone...enough to get by but not much more. - Flaky connectivity, doesn't want to connect to WIFI cleanly. Even sitting 5 feet from my router, "hey google" can't reach their servers because it won't just connect the vast majority of the time. - Cannot find a place to get the free storage space. Online resources say it is in the app, maybe that is only for Android phones as it doesn't appear in the iPhone version.Wear OS is an minimal viable product at best right now. I would either save my money for later or just buy the Apple watch, if you really need a watch at all. It isn't a fun and rewarding gadget; it is kind of another frustration in the day. It still does the things I bought it for fine. It just doesn't do the things it should do.

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Michael Kors Access Sofie Touchscreen Smartwatch Powered with Wear OS by Google

$149.99  in stock
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as of November 22, 2019 8:23 pm

Features

Brand, Seller, or Collection NameMichael Kors
Model numberMKT5021
Part NumberMKT5021
Model Year2017
Item ShapeRound
Dial window material typeMineral
Display TypeAnalog and digital
Claspdeployant-buckle
Case materialStainless steel
Case diameter42 millimeters
Case Thickness11 millimeters
Band MaterialStainless steel
Band lengthWomen's Standard
Band width18 millimeters
Band ColorGold
Dial colorBlack
Bezel materialStainless steel
Bezel functionBidirectional
Item weight8 Ounces
Movementtouchscreen
Water resistant depth100 Feet

Smartphone notifications & Touchscreen functionality; Activity & custom goal tracking; Customizable faces, bands, & music controls. supported features may vary between platforms; Band & Case Material: Stainless Steel; Case Color: Gold Tone with Clear Stones on Watch Bezel; Band Color: Gold Tone;...

User reviews

Ok I'm going to start with a disclaimer: My feelings about this watch may have been different if I did not already own an Apple Watch before buying this one. Because I've experienced an Apple Watch, it made me really impatient and underwhelmed with this watch.I also acknowledge that this watch may be wayyyyy better for someone with an Android phone, because its designed to operate with AndroidWear software vs iOS.BUT here's my experience and why I would not recommend anyone spend this kind of money on this watch, especially if you have an iphone.The summary of everything Im about to say: all you are paying for, is the fancy look. This watch = Looks with no substance.The watch has limited features. Other than viewing your notifications, there's not much you can do with it other than change around the watch face. There is an option to track your fitness and workouts, but honestly who is working out and sweating in a $350 metal Michael Kors watch? This watch is meant to look pretty - it's not a sports watch. if you work out in it, the metal WILL rust. It does count your steps, but any watch can do that without paying that hefty price.This watch simply displays your notifications, but you cant do anything with them. You cant connect to your social media for posting and browsing purposes - only to access your photos for the sole purpose of changing the watch face.This is an overpriced watch that does not offer significantly useful features.
Do not buy unless you want to pay $350 for a used watch thrown in a box with charger. The watch is all scratched up and the charger is dirty. Photo shows how the watch arrived
UPDATE:The watch disconnects from the band on each side by two little buttons, one on each side of the bezel (four buttons total...They're the little knobs in the photos). To make the watch fall off your arm, all you have to do is bump one and move your arm at the same time (and it is much easier to take the band off than to put it back on). I thought it was a bad and risky design, but I assumed I was being too critical, so I didn't mention it. But the watch has already come apart and fallen off after like three days, and I was DRIVING. Not playing rugby or whatever. If I hadn't been wearing a jacket it would have bounced on the floor.The battery life and charging speed are a serious problem. I had to turn off all of the cool stuff to make the battery last all day. No gestures, no ambient time screen. I have to tap the screen to see the time. No OK Google detection. Everything is off. (But I do have an animated watch face.) So I had a fifty percent charge and started a workout in Endomondo. I went on a 2.5-hour walk with my dog. The watch died right when we got home. That tells me that at times the watch may have only a five-hour battery life. Basically if you use the watch much, it will get eight hours or less of battery. There is no quick charge. It takes an unbelievable amount of time to charge the 300mAh battery. If there is a type of charger that would work better than what I'm using, I wouldn't know, because it didn't come with the watch and it isn't mentioned in the specs (hardly anything is).I think this watch is mostly for people who want to get social notifications on their wrist, and have a high-quality, beautiful timepiece. And when there's enough battery the other stuff is really cool too. So that's why I'm not dropping it to 3 stars.BTW, to resize this watch, you have to have some way of pounding out the tiny pins that hold the links together, without scratching the watch finish. It's easiest to get a professional to do it. I bought a little kit on Amazon for a few bucks but it scratched the finish on one link. I'm not a fan of any part of how this watch band works.You can download a few different BADICAL Android Wear apps that make your watch waaaay more functional. I found some watch faces that show custom data (like Google Fit step count, weather and battery percentage) and have shortcuts (to open favorite apps or to change settings like phone volume). But the best thing is Wear Mini Launcher. You can use whatever watch face you like (functional or pretty), and it lets you add a little floating icon above that. When you tap the icon (mine is a pumpkin right now), a widget drawer opens. You can choose like nine settings to change, or apps to open. I have mine set to change phone volume (cycles through silent, mute, audible), to ring the phone if I can't find it, change media volume, open clock, open reminders, open Google Keep, etc. Then there is an app drawer. You can turn on or off the different drawers depending on how you use the watch. This app has made the watch a thousand times more useful. Google Keep is the only list app I've found that lets you type in new items. Most require opening the phone. But Listonic looks best (you have to dictate new items if you want to enter them on the watch). It's way better to cross off items on the watch while shopping, rather than having to enter my passcode in my phone a hundred times.ORIGINAL REVIEW:This watch is sort of incredible, but has some serious flaws.The rated battery life is 24 hours. I'm assuming they mean it will last that long after you get tired of playing with it constantly, because right now I'm getting like a quarter of that. But I'm setting everything up and making it just right. Most of the battery drain is from the screen being on.The watch comes with lovely glitzy watch faces, but I downloaded some others that work better. I found a couple of custom face makers that let you add shortcuts to the screen. There is only one button on this watch, so navigating can take a lot of swiping and tapping if you don't have shortcuts. There aren't any shortcuts on any of the included watch faces, and most Play store faces don't allow you to add them. So you kind of have to choose between beautiful watch face and functional watch. Also, if you choose a sweet fox and deer watch face with fireflies or whatever, the animation will lower the battery life. So your choices get fewer and fewer.I wanted this in part to do auto sleep tracking, but even if it can do that (it's hard to find an app that isn't locked to a different brand), the watch lasts less than 24 hours, so you can't sleep with it. You have to charge it. I fell asleep with it last night and when I woke up it was dead.There is no gps which will be fine for most people. There's no camera which will be fine for most people. There's no speaker which I think is a problem. You can set alarms and timers and reminders (with your voice even!) but they just vibrate on the watch only. The alarms and timers don't connect to the phone to use that speaker, either. If you can't sleep with the watch on your arm, then you can't feel it when the alarm is going off anyway. I have very little use for a silent wrist alarm, which is really unfortunate.The wireless charging system is SUPER COOL but the little magnetic disc that you set on the back of the watch can slide off too easily for me. It's held only by the magnet, no ridges or friction at all. It will be fine if it's just on a desk, but if you're trying to charge it while you use it, it's annoying. Also, there is no usb charger so you have to have one already. It should have come with the charger, too.Android Wear has some flaws that aren't the fault of this beautiful watch. I paired the watch with my old phone because my new one wasn't ready, but a day later it WAS ready... and I had to factory-reset the watch and set it up all over again to pair it with the new phone. I'm an Android man through and through, but I don't believe an Apple watch would require that. So, only set up the watch with the phone you really want it paired with. (And unless I'm missing something, don't plan to use it on two phones.)Almost none of the features are hands-free. Even when you dictate something, you usually have to hit the check mark afterward or it won't be sent. Some apps (like Listonic, a shopping list app I found) will only let you dictate items, not type, so you have to use your phone if you want to add something but don't want to talk to your wrist in public. (Google Keep lets you type.)Just a note: Some of the apps won't become available to your watch until you download the phone version. I used the watch to search the app store for my workout app, but nothing showed up at all. The watch apps that complement phone apps show up in the "On your phone" section at the bottom of the Play store app on the watch.The documentation on this watch really sucks. Fortunately Android Wear is documented much better and that's mostly what you need to know.So now that that's out of the way...This watch is SO COOL.I have a smart light switch in my room, and I set up my watch and Google Assistant so I can tell my watch TURN OFF BEDROOM LIGHTS. And it WILL! Like it actually works! I can tell it to do all kinds of stuff that actually works. Some things don't, but I'm figuring out how to do what I want and get around a lot of what I don't like. Growing up we always had the promise of this kind of stuff, but then when you finally got to try it, it didn't work at all. So when I see things like this actually working I'm shocked and ecstatic.The main reason I wanted this watch was to use it with my workout app. It still requires the phone, but once you've set up the app (one time only) you don't even have to touch the phone to start and finish the workout. You can just keep the phone in your pocket or backpack. I like to keep an eye on my average pace, distance and heart rate, and pause workouts quickly when my dog stops to poop, but it's such a hassle to do that on my phone. I can't customize the notification stats on the phone, so I have to unlock it to see everything. But you can customize the stats on the watch! So everything I want to see is right there and I don't have to unlock my phone or slow down.I talk to my family and friends through Hangouts, WhatsApp, gmail and SMS/MMS. There are integrations for all of those (WhatsApp doesn't have a full app, but you can dictate a message through Google Assistant, and when you get a message, WhatsApp notifications will show up on the watch). If you receive an image, it won't necessarily be displayed, which isn't ideal. In Hangouts, it just says "Picture" and you have to look at your phone if you want to see it. I'm hoping the next Android Wear release will address a lot of this, and also be compatible with this watch model. Regardless, it all works better than I expected. I didn't totally believe that I'd be able to type on or dictate to this watch but both work pretty well. Swiping works way better than typing individual letters, which is my preference anyway.Oh and this watch came with a little rose gold buckle to use if you want to put on a buckle/belt band instead of the metal one! Nice touch. It would have been really hard to match the color otherwise.There's so much to talk about with this device, I'm having a hard time staying focused. If you have any questions, let me know! I'll try to answer as best I can. It's very cool but may not be for everybody, and it's hard to tell what it can do without trying it out. So please ask if you want to know anything!

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Men Wood Watch Quartz, BYMAX Fashion Handmade Wooden Wrist Watches Mens

$35.99  in stock
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as of November 22, 2019 8:23 pm

Features

Brand, Seller, or Collection NameBYMAX
Part NumberW7006C
Item ShapeRound
Display TypeAnalog
Band ColorCustom Ebony
Special featurescustomized
MovementQuartz

Nature Handmade Crafts manship Zebra and Ebony wood grain finish makes the minimalist wood watch an artwork.Durable and Resilient Japanese Miyota quartz movement ensures precision and quietness. Sony Battery Powered.Handmade of high quality natural sandalwood,our men wooden watches can with stand...

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I’m so loving this watch! It’s perfect for my father for Father’s Day. It’s definitely made out of wood and it’s really light. It’s very smooth so it won’t nick any arm hairs. I love the way it looks and it started working as soon as I pushed the button in. It’s packaged really professionally. It’s comes with a manual and a pin remover so if the straps needs to be adjusted you won’t have any problems. I love this watch so much I think I’m going to buy one for my boyfriend now. Oh! And the best part is that because it’s made out of wood it less likely to irritate the skin if you’re allergic to certain metals and if you have that problem, like my dad, where the electrical system in your body shorts out the watch battery it’s less likely that will happen with this watch because it has a wood backing! Love it!!!
After about 2 weeks, the base where the pin fron the wristband attaches broke off. And I wasn't moving my hand or wrist in any strange manner. So there's no way to reattach the wristband. I knew it was a cheap watch, but this was soon literally in the garbage. In addition, it is a black face with black hands, with no way to tell time when there is no light shining on it. It does not glow in the dark.
I bought this initially as a possible gift for my groomsmen and I am really impressed at how nice this watch looks. My finance was sceptical at fist but once she saw it, she too was also blown away at how nice it looks. It's light weight and goes well with any outfit so you can dress up or down with it. Not sure about how long it'll last but I think if you take care of it (it's wood so one would think to take care of it) than it'll last a long time. Can't beat the price and it was packaged with care.

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Michael Kors Access Runway Smartwatch Powered with Wear OS by Google with Heart Rate, GPS, NFC, and Smartphone Notifications

$229.50  in stock
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as of November 22, 2019 8:23 pm

Features

Brand, Seller, or Collection NameMichael Kors
Model numberMKT5055
Part NumberMKT5055
Model Year2019
Item ShapeRound
Dial window material typeGlass
Display TypeDigital
ClaspBuckle
Case materialStainless steel
Case diameter41 millimeters
Case Thickness12 millimeters
Band MaterialSilicone
Band lengthWomen's Standard
Band width16 millimeters
Band ColorPink
Dial colorBlack
Bezel materialStainless steel
Bezel functionStationary
CalendarDay, date, and month
Item weight1.8 Ounces
Movementtouch-screen
Water resistant depth100 Feet

Smartphone notifications, touchscreen functionality, activity tracking, custom goal and alarm settings, customizable watch faces and watch bands, music controls and micro apps; Powered with Wear OS by Google, a trademark of Google LLC. Compatible with Android OS 4.4+ (excluding Go) and iOS 9.3+....

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I have to say I was a little worried about buying this watch because of the bad reviews but I'm so glad I bought it anyways to try it for myself. I've had the watch for a couple of weeks now and have used it every day from 8 am to 9 PM withouth any issues. I absolutely love the two tone dial as it goes with so many different outfits. The silicone strap is also nice and soft and great for everyday wear. I get a solid 12 hours of battery life with normal use (notifications, occasional time check, 1 workout a day). The notifications are awesome and it definitely makes it easier to not be so attached to my phone which I love! We went downtown for the weekend and I was able to keep my phone in my purse, instead of pocket, the whole time. Functionally, it does everything it says it can. It may not be the best for heavy workouts because it is on the bigger side. But I go on daily walks/runs and have had no issues. Overall I absolutely love this watch! It does everything I need and want it to do, all while looking great!
Stunning watch!!(In the unboxing video you'll see how beautiful this watch is)This Michael Kors all Goldtone watch is definitely an eye-catcher.Per the instructions charge it fully when you receive it. During that time you can download the Wear OS and Fit apps on your phone. The watch did take some time to get up to date and download the latest system and apps. If you try to customize your watch during the charge and all the updates, it will lag and it becomes frustrating.Let it sit and set up your watch/phone when it's all done. At minimum give it a few hours. It does charge quickly but give it more time to update.****If you constantly use your watch to check notifications, respond to messages, etc. your battery drains quickly. Almost as quickly as it charges.Some neat features...The Crown button (the center button of the three on this watch) you press it once to turn your screen on, then twist it up and your notifications will pop up. Twist it down and the settings, Google Pay, volume and other options will pull down. This scrolling function also works in many other screens.If you press the crown button in twice it will pop up all the applications. If you go into an app just press the crown button again and it'll back up to the last screen.There are many watch face options. Some of them you can put your BPM, weather, battery life. Some you cannot customize so much.The Fit app is awesome to have. It's actually encouraging. If you're close to your goal it'll say Keep going! Shows the progress you've made in the day along with a chart that shows your heart rate.The only thing that was a bummer is the Message app. If you click into it it will not open all your texts like your phone. You can respond to the text and open the string of messages when you receive one but only from one person at a time. You won't be able to see all the texts from everyone you've texted.Many, many, many things you can do on this watch. You'll spend hours customizing it and in the end it's a nice looking piece to dress up or even casual with!Worth the buy!!!!!
I love the look of my new watch. It is much too big for my small wrists, but I figured it would he and that I would have to take it in to have a few links removed. I have small wrists, so I expected this. My wrist measurement is 5" if you want to compare for size to know if it will fit you. It needs to fit properly and not move around as the sensors for biometrics are located on the back side of the watch where it touches your skin.The watch is beautiful. I love that I can change the face of the watch to whatever I want, depending on my mood.I've wanted a smart watch for a long time now but didn't think the ones I had seen on the market were very pretty. I saw a friend wearing this one and asked her about it and knew immediately I was going to buy it. Went home and ordered it. I'm glad I did. So far it works well. I'm all new to the smart watch trend so I've got a learning curve for sure. But it paired seamlessly with my Samsung Note 9. My goal is to not have to always carry my phone around as it is big and I've dropped it and already put a small chip in the screen at the bottom. Hopefully this helps me out with that.

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NIXON Disney's Mickey Mouse 90th Anniversary Collection

$100.00
$87.50  in stock
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as of November 22, 2019 8:23 pm

Features

Brand, Seller, or Collection NameNIXON
Model numbera0453097
Part NumberA0453097-00
Model Year2018
Item ShapeRound
Dial window material typeMineral
Display TypeAnalog
ClaspClasp
Case materialStainless Steel
Case diameter37 millimeters
Band MaterialStainless Steel
Band width18.2 millimeters
Band ColorGold
Dial colorBlack
Bezel materialStainless Steel
Special featuresSecond hand
Item weight4 Ounces
MovementJapanese Quartz
Water resistant depth100 Meters

A classic with all the trimmings of your favorite Mickey memories! Stainless steel case. Leather strap with adjustable buckle closure. Round face. Three-hand analog display with quartz movement. Custom Mickey design on dial with hour markers, silver-tone second hand and Nixon detailing. Water...

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Too cool! This year, a lot of watchmakers are charging upwards of $500 for a commemorative Mickey Mouse timepiece. Nixon nailed it on the head with a quality timepiece that’s under $200; I would highly recommend this product for any Disney fan! I got it on Christmas day and could not be more happy!
This watch is SPECTACULAR! If you're a Mickey Mouse fan you need this watch. It celebrates Mickey's 90th birthday!! Its a large face, and Mickey shows up REALLY WELL! You'll have people offering to buy this watch off of your wrist. Nixon timepieces are an outstanding value. I have 2 now, and love the craftsmanship on both. You won't be disappointed with a Nixon watch!
the watch is overall cute but it's so bad at telling time. the fingers point to the middle of many of the numbers that you can't see if it's 4pm or 5pm (as one example) almost all of the times look "in between" and weird. I give it 2 stars for aesthetics and it ticks.

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