Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jaevon14 Nice and comfortable
I wear this watch all day even when im sleep sometimes, I get compliments on it all the time especially since it matches with my white LG G3. Sometimes I shower with it on since I have the white gold version and it does stain easily.
August 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Isthmus Assists with my mobile needs
The main reason I purchased this watch was for the ability to review texts, email calls etc. without having to retrieve my phone from my pocket. after reading lots of reviews, battery life is (as) good as my LG G2. (waiting on the G3 to be available on my carrier) After 8 hours of heavy use i still had 60% left of battery.... screen resolution is set at 3, did not have issues viewing it outside on a shiny day.
overall we are happy with our G watch and the potential for growth is Hugh. looking forward for my favorite applications to incorporate their app to interact with gwatch (our nick name)
I recommend everyone to purchase one of this gadgets
July 11, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Thyme Cypher Far from perfect but an excellent start.
After a couple days with the device, I can safely say that I'm mostly pleased. The wrist band is made of that slick rubbery material that still manages to stick to itself and has a bit of traction on any hair you may have on your wrist, but it's that kind of discomfort that just about every watch I've ever worn has given - and like such, it subsided after a few hours.
At times, the tilt detection can get very finicky, which can make trying to turn always on off to save battery nearly pointless (It even seems more sensitive while off). In that same light, covering the face to put the device to sleep only works if you're not holding it towards you - it wakes back up the very instant your hand moves away.
The speech detection fails after some time, but that's not a problem with the hardware itself but most likely the software. It even gets to a state where voice detection just simply does not work. If you're lucky, you'll get the "Disconnected" message which doesn't seem to actually disconnect anything, and the moment you try to use Ok Google, everything works perfectly again. If that doesn't happen, you'll find yourself resorting to the restart option.
All in all, the hardware is solid, and most of the problems lie in the software, which certainly can be updated (As it does when you first turn the device on)
I find myself keeping my phone in my pocket most of the day, allowing it to potentially last me two entire days without a charge.
And as a bonus, the very faint gold and vivid white does a great job complimenting a nice black button up shirt!
July 10, 2014