1. Bigeric23's Avatar
    I would say multiple times a day I'd find myself raising my wrist to see the time only to be greeted with a black screen. Then having to raise my wrist several more times till it kicked in. Like I said earlier, your arm and wrist need to be at a particular angle that a quick glance doesn't always provide. That's one area the Pebble excels at because of the always on screen ...
    I can see a lawsuit already. . . . "I injured my wrist/elbow attempting to get my Apple Watch to display the time."
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    04-18-2015 11:18 AM
  2. Not Quite Right's Avatar
    I can see a lawsuit already. . . . "I injured my wrist/elbow attempting to get my Apple Watch to display the time."
    Carpal tunnel Syndrome ... (Apple you can buy my silence).
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    04-18-2015 11:22 AM
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    Plus I'm confident apple has done a good job making sure that feature works properly. They aren't first to the market with the watch but I'm confident they have done it right.


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    Eh seeing that the heart sensors only work if worn on the outside of your wrist (some people wear watch on inside) I wouldn't put too much faith in Apple having some magical way to do the raise to wake to avoid waking all the time.


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    04-18-2015 11:32 AM
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