Always-on display, so the watch face doesn't go black
Lots of cool watch face options
Interface is responsive and smooth
Battery life isn't the best
Some feel that the fitness features aren't as good as other brands
Allows users to measure blood oxygen and check heart rhythm, among other things. Can be submerged up to 164 feet deep. Built-in compass and elevation readings make it great for adventuring. Users can take calls, reply to texts, and use Apple Pay.
Sensors are accurate most of the time; sleep tracking is especially good
Display is easy to understand and navigate
Touch control can be laggy
Watch face goes to sleep during workouts
GPS enables it to track speed, routes, and distance. Can also be used to count calories. The Nightly Recharge feature measures how well the body recovers from the day’s stress during the night, while the FitSpark daily training guide provides workout advice based on the body’s past performance and recovery.
Watch automatically detects workouts, and it has advanced features specifically for runners. Provides personalized coaching, monthly challenges, and achievement awards. Can be used to listen to Apple Music and use Siri. Waterproof up to 164 feet deep.
App is very data-driven, so it's good for those who like to keep track of everything
Durable both indoors and outdoors
Energy level measurements sometimes don't make sense
Sizing runs a bit small
Has many sports modes, as well as fitness monitoring tools such as heart rate, stress tracker, and oxygen monitor. Gives vibration alerts when texts or calls are received. Can be worn swimming and in the shower.
Some users have found that the step counting feature can be off
Features built-in voice control with Amazon Alexa, which can be used to get information and control smart home devices. Monitors heart rate, sleep, stress, and oxygen. Water-resistance and over 70 sports modes make it perfect for athletes.