My main use case for a smartwatch is to pump data into the Health app. I have the Withings Body Analyzer, the Withings Go (for sleep until...) and an Apple Watch. Last week, my watch went totally out/off twice. Both times it wouldn't come on until I pressed and held both buttons. Well, I took it to the Apple Store and the Genius did nothing except reset it (I could have done that at home). So I left and wasn't worried about it since I could go back if it happened again. A few days later, I took my watch off of the stand like I have done daily for the past 13 months (note that). The back came off! The wire is still attached and I put it back on, but it isn't whole. I took it to another Apple Store that had a sooner appointment and the guy told me it is one month out of warranty - remember the 13 month thing. This was a present from my wife and she didn't buy the warranty. They wanted $199 to fix it and I said no thank you. Long story, but I'm wondering what I should do. Get a new watch? I was thinking about trying out the Vivoactive HR from Garmin. The Garmin Connect app works with Apple Health so I will still have that functionality. I have been wearing the Withings Go all day and I look at my wrist to see what time it is at least once a day. I also miss calendar appointments, text notifications and call notifications. I have a TON of Apple gear and have had devices replaced before and I am kind of let down. Fortunately, the watch is one of the cheaper Apple products I have. What do you think?