Understood, That’s going to be each person’s opinion. As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Obviously I think Apple Watch has a modern style with an already iconic look (especially if you add a custom band). Apple Watch is something easily identified on someone’s wrist.
I don’t entirely disagree that some doctors will be reticent or even stubborn about the data. But at the family doctors office I got to, all three doctors wear Apple Watch (again it is easily identified who is wearing it).
With that said you’re making the common mistake of stating something not perfect must be bad. But worse you’re overlooking the biggedt unquestionable benefit, longer term data. Even if your sleep tracking is off regularly by 30 minutes, your stability, O2, BPM, others are off, it is the change in trend that is a huge benefit. When you take a health metric and compile 12 months of the trend, hard to see how one would consider that a bad investment/unworthy. But that’s fir each person to decide.