- Jan 5, 2011
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At some point I will be interested in an Android smartwatch, but since I have a super tiny wrist, I'll have to actually try it on in a store rather than just ordering it.. Not all regular watches look good when adjusted to be smaller and I don't want to look like a little kid trying on my Daddy's watch.. So, as a person who always wears a watch, yes, I would be interested, given the fact that I'd have to be able to try it on once they're in the stores ( would they only be at Verizon stores, or at other places where regular watches are sold?)And to answer Pere's questions, no I don't see any more smart watches now than I did 2 years ago. I do notice more Apple watches than AW when I notice someone is wearing one. But even they are not having great sales, I believe. I used to get asked often if I had an Apple watch on. And would then explain it was an Android watch. Then the "what does it do" questions. Not so much anymore. It's been a long time since someone has asked what it is or what it does. Seems like the interest level just never caught on, except for techie folks, and folks that always wear a watch anyway so might as well be a smart watch (that's the category I am in).
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