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  Reply # 1391730 22-Sep-2015 11:02
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I found it ok but I like my sony android wear watch a lot better than the PT



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  Reply # 1391754 22-Sep-2015 11:35
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What was it in particular that you preferred about the android Watch? 

I understand the screen tech and the app range are a big draw card for many, but for me as a user of iOS, I am drawn to the PT as an alternative to the AW.

Battery life rocks my world, somewhat too...

To put this in context - my only other "Smartwatch" experience is a Fitbit Surge, so I am not used to more than the bare minimum in terms of notifications etc. 






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  Reply # 1391784 22-Sep-2015 12:11
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Handsomedan: What was it in particular that you preferred about the android Watch? 

I understand the screen tech and the app range are a big draw card for many, but for me as a user of iOS, I am drawn to the PT as an alternative to the AW.

Battery life rocks my world, somewhat too...

To put this in context - my only other "Smartwatch" experience is a Fitbit Surge, so I am not used to more than the bare minimum in terms of notifications etc. 




Google now, i miss it telling how long to get home etc.
I don't mind the battery in my sony as it last like 3 days :)

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  Reply # 1391885 22-Sep-2015 13:08
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 The Pebble OG was my first smartwatch so the unlimited apps and longer battery life of the Pebble Time are improvements. I like the more stylish and comfortable feel of the watch case and to a limited degree the timeline functionality.

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