I don't know why I've ordered the Series 1, other than I like it, and it's cool. While there's some convenient and useful benefits to it, they're not coming close to anything else Apple offers for the money. Even perceived "worse" investments offer better value: For example: iPhone: This device is awesome, and packed with features and benefits. This device makes me money, keeps me safe, entertains me, saves me money, keeps me informed, and much more. A smartphone is worth every penny. MacBook: Very useful, entertains me, makes me money, allows me to be productive, a learning tool, and in many cases an absolute necessity to conduct business and get stuff done. Choose an Apple product, and most have incredible value propositions for what they cost. Automobile: Everyone says they're lousy investments. But again, it makes me money, takes me wherever I want to go more conveniently than anything else, keeps me safe, provides freedom, etc etc. As big a money pit as a car is, they make us money by allowing us to go to work, do business, etc. Apple Watch: Series 2 is around $500 depending on your currency. It helps you stay fit (however this can easily be achieved without it, and there are better products out there for that). Notifications - It's only repeating what's right in your pocket on your iPhone. Lost your phone? - Call it with another phone, or ping it with another iProduct using FindmyiPhone. Weather - Check your phone, etc etc. And to top if off, someone on here defined this watch perfectly. It's not really a watch, it's a disposable tech gadget. It's merely in the shape and functions like a watch, but really isn't one, somehow. My lower end Seiko divers hold their value better than the Apple Watch. In 3yrs, the Apple watch is basically worthless. My Seiko or Citizen $500 divers will be worth the same, and in many cases they're worth more. So I'm buying it because it's kinda cool. Sounds like a lousy value proposition to me, and feels a bit financially irresponsible, but I still want one, again. Anyone else feel this way?