I've been using my Apple Watch since Friday, but it's my first day back in the office and I thought I'd share my experience of Apple Watch in this environment with you. My job is highly demanding (this note will be brief) and I rarely have time to check my phone. Now that I'm wearing Apple Watch, I know exactly when friends and family are trying to get hold of me. More importantly, I know at a flick of my wrist whether they require an immediate response or not. My phone is on silent at work, and I often miss things because of this. No longer. Despite having Apple Watch on silent mode, the haptic feedback is clear and notifies me as soon as I receive a message. This is so useful. My job also requires me to spend a long time in front of a computer or in long meetings. I know sitting for such long periods is bad for my health, despite the fact that I work out 4 or 5 times a week. Again, the Apple Watch has solved this by providing handy stand reminders. Unlike some reviewers, I don't find these annoying. On the contrary, it's been good to stretch my legs once an hour and I'm sure I'll notice some health benefits over an extended period of use. One thing I'm really interested to see is how my caffeine intake (which I would say is small to moderate, rather than substantial) affects my heart rate. If there was an app that I could use to log when I enjoyed a coffee that then compared consumption against my heart rate, that would be fascinating - although I'm sure I can guess already the effect it would have. Anyway, just a short note. Hope this provides some useful information to those waiting to receive their Apple Watch.