Hey, just being curious, do you wear your apple watch at home? it seems a little but uncomfortable for me, but i love the remote feature. how about you? and why?
Agreed with maflynn I was the same didn't know how I felt about it, I just wasn't used to it. Now I'm not use to it when I don't wear it.Its always on. What do you find uncomfortable?
Is it because you're not used to wearing a watch? If so, you'll get used to it and won't even notice it.
The only time it isn't on my wrist is when I'm sleeping, or any aquatic activities lolFirst thing I put on in the morning. Last thing I take off at night. I find myself looking at my wrist if I get up in the middle of the night...which is silly because that's the only time my watch is on the charger, and I can't see doodly without my glasses.
Why not charge it for a few hours, then put it on and use it to track sleep?It's the first the I put on and seen in the morning too, and it's super comfy wearing all day long if i'm out. But just after I come back home, AW lays on my bedtable, waiting for the next morning.
You can wear it as much or as little as you want. It is your choice.It's the first the I put on and seen in the morning too, and it's super comfy wearing all day long if i'm out. But just after I come back home, AW lays on my bedtable, waiting for the next morning.
I just don't feel the need to check time at home, have many gadgets here. So the only reason why AW is on my hand right now, is the remote feature. And I have to complete my stand circle! No more.
So very true... My wife loves that I use the silent alarm every day as I get up before she does and I don't wake her. I love tracking my sleep as I can see minor improvements in my health as my resting heart rate has improved. I now average 54 at night when months ago I was 57.Yes, I wear it >20 hours a day. I only put it on charge when I go to bath. And I will wear it again before I go to sleep (after fully charge).
It's useful at home, remote / accept calls without the phone on charger. it's a perfect timer in kitchen (Thanks Siri). A silent alarm which won't wake up my baby...
What band and watch do you have? I have an Apple Watch Sport and only use sport bands, I find my watch to be extremely comfortable.Hey, just being curious, do you wear your apple watch at home? it seems a little but uncomfortable for me, but i love the remote feature. how about you? and why?
You can. It is limited though.To play contrarian: I only wear watches when I leave my house,...as soon as I get home I don't feel the need. Even having a Pebble hasn't changed this, as its main use is allowing notifications at times when I can't look at my phone. I can always look at my phone at home.
Curious if being able to reply to texts through the watch would change anything (i.e. If I would leave the phone and walk around the house with the watch).
Also, my habits basically negate any concerns about battery life outside of traveling.
That's me too. When I'm out and about, the iPhone will always be right on me, but at home it'll of course often be in another room and that's when notifications on the AW become extra handy. I also use the timer a lot, and Siri more often at home than away.Home is one of the few places I'm comfortable with setting my phone down, and going about my business. Lots of thieves around.
With that being said, my watch is usually on at home. It makes it easier to set the phone down and stay away from it, for certain periods of time.