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p1ally

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Original poster
Jun 23, 2010
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I'm feeling really torn about my watch. I got the 38mm sport, and I feel like it looks good for my wrist size (28yo woman), but the display is hurting my eyes because it's so small. Thinking about exchanging for a 42. Anyone else? :(
 

Switchback666

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Nov 16, 2012
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Apple should have offered 42mm and 48mm, why ? because this is not a watch its a smartwatch ! unless you only expect to use it to tell time everyone single one with a 38mm apple watch will want sooner or later to upgrade to the bigger model.
 

5105973

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Sep 11, 2014
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That's not true, Switchback666, 42 mm would not even fit on my slender wrist. Everybody's different. Maybe they will eventually do three sizes but this isn't the iPhone 6plus vs iPhone 6. People have to wear them. Bigger isn't always going to mean better for a wearable.
 

virginblue4

macrumors 68020
Apr 15, 2012
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Apple should have offered 42mm and 48mm, why ? because this is not a watch its a smartwatch ! unless you only expect to use it to tell time everyone single one with a 38mm apple watch will want sooner or later to upgrade to the bigger model.

I disagree. I love my 38mm watch and have no problems at all using it.
 
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