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LG G Watch - Black

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  • Always On' water-and dust-resistant display (IP67 certified)
  • View useful information without needing to find your phone
  • Compatible with all smartphones running Android 4.3 and above

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Product details

Colour: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 3.8 x 1 cm ; 64 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 299 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: GW100
  • ASIN: B00LB2ZQ3C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 Jun. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,063 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

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Product Description

After a long history of successful collaboration, LG and Google have combined forces again to bring you the LG G Watch, powered by Android Wear. It's intuitive and comfortable, bringing the info you need to your wrist. And, it is so friendly and easy-to-use that with its extended connectivity, life will truly be more simple and convenient.

The LG G Watch will work with any Android Smartphone running Jelly Bean 4.3 and higher, opening up endless possibilities (compared to other smart devices which will only work with same brand smartphones).

The G Watch's beautiful display, slim design and long battery life make it remarkably comfortable to wear, all-day, every day. It's available in a range of stylish colours, and can be customised with any standard 22m watch strap, so your G Watch can instantly become a part of your style.

The G Watch never sleeps; its always-on display allows you to check the time and see new information at a glance without touching it, and the powerful yet compact battery will keep your watch going all day on a single charge. Don't worry about it getting dirty either, G Watch is both water-and dust-resistant (IP67 certified).

Android Wear organises your information, suggests what you're going to need, and shows it to you before you even ask, such as weather forecasts in the morning and flight time and gate information before leaving for the airport. Just say "Ok Google" to ask your G Watch questions, like how many calories are in an avocado, what time your flight leaves, and the score of your favourite football team.

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LG G Watch
Charging Cable
User Documentaion

Customer Reviews

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Firstly, I did buy mine direct from Google and not Amazon. I've been waiting for a decent "smart watch" for a while now and did loads of research before taking the plunge for the LG. I didn't really take to the Samsung version and having the LG G3 smartphone I thought they'd work well together. Set up was easy. Place it in the magnetic charging dock and it immediately turns on and starts telling you what to do next. You have to download the Android Wear app from the Playstore on your phone and I had to update Google voice as well ( you will need Android 4.3 upward). It then installed the updates on the watch and hey presto, we're off and running. I charged mine for a couple of hours as I couldn't wait any longer. The strap is good in my opinion. I don't want anything blingy and this fits the bill. I may change it later but at the moment I'm quite happy with it as it's comfortable. There are several watch faces to choose from and the menu system is quite easy to use once you've navigated around a bit and had a play. The display dims after around 5 seconds but you don't have to touch the watch face to activate it again, just raise your wrist and turn it slightly and the display comes back to full brightness. I'm up at 6:30 and go to bed around 11:30 and to date I have about 25-30% battery remaining (this is with average to heavy use) so not bad at all really. The compatible apps are a little thin on the ground at the moment but that'll change as third party developers start pulling their finger out. It's quite handy to use as a lazy way to text someone or if you're in a hurry. All you say is "text Dave" for example and it'll ask you what you want to say and away it goes. The only criticism is that there's no option to edit the message before it goes so be careful. All in all I'm quite impressed. There will be people that moan that it doesn't do this and that but for me it does all that I need. Well done Google and LG.
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Had for a couple of weeks now and mixed feelings. Main problem is inconsistency. One day battery life is reasonable at 12 hours (light setting on 1), next day as little as 8 with same setting and with much the same usage. Where/how do people get 24 hrs and more ? It also seems that once around 30% is left, it just seems to drain away quickly. Overall apps are very good.
On a plus side, probably rightly described as the ugly duckling of the watches available, I've added a black stainless steel strap and it looks quite good.
I have found the watch quite useful and have to say that after watching the Apple Watch launch there isn't anything shown there that this and other Android devices can't do...but Google/Android what happened to your advertising ? Why are Apple allowed to suggest they are the first to implement uses for a watch device when the same have been run on Android for months ? Go into an Android selling shop ...and no smartwatches ! Watch for yourselves the Apple launch video for their watch and compare with what the LG G, R, Moto 360 and others can do....basically they do everything the Apple can ! Open garage doors (IFTTT app), boarding passes, bluetooth calls, auto response to texts..everything ! Thought I'd add a few pics showing how it can look. Can see now where Apple got their Bubbles idea ? Plus, Mickey started life on Android first !
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As a kid I used to watch Knight Rider and marvel in awe at how Michael Knight would talk to his watch to get his car to come to his aid and perform a whole manner of tricks, it seems Google was a fan of Knight Rider as well, soon enough you'll be able to talk to your watch and call your own self (actually missed the s off original and it said "Elf" driving car, which actually sounds much more fun) driving car to your aid.

The LG G Watch is the first (well joint first along with the Samsung) in a new line of Android Wearables. This, apparently, is the dawning of a new wearable era. Google is putting a lot of weight behind the "Android Wear" platform, whether that makes it a success or not remains to be seen.

Before I start on this long and slightly rambling review I want to insert a caveat / disclaimer here.

Here we go.

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Wearables - What's the point.
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I hear this a lot, mainly from my wife. So I want to address the elephant in the room "Why do I need a watch that tells me the things that are happening on my phone, when I can just look at my phone"

The answer is simple. You don't. That is you don't unless you just want to make your life a tiny bit easier and more productive. I work in an office, I commute to work and walk to the station. The vast majority of the time my phone is in my pocket or buried in my bag. I understand what people say "If my phone buzzes I just get it out of my pocket" Yes, there is that, but how much easier is it to just look at your wrist, and then make a judgement on whether or not the notification you have just got through is worth you delving about for.
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I really like this product, but i can see why some people wouldn't want one.

I'm not stuck to my phone, so the watch is great, as it allows me to check what's coming in very quickly, as it's always on my wrist, and determine if i need to grab my phone. It saves a few seconds, but a few seconds, many times a day.

The apps are somewhat useful, but i do not have that many installed. The recent software update provides a lot more usability straight from the watch, like music playback, and better settings options.

The screen looks good, never had any problems reading it. Bright light can be tricky, not impossible, but a cupped hand will help there. Brightness can be very low or bright, there are not really any middle grounds. The screen is rather reflective though, and prone to smudges. The watch itself will win no beauty awards, but i like its basic and understated look. The screen is not too large, for a man with smaller wrists, and the band is rather comfortable.

Battery life varies greatly. Getting many things to the watch on max brightness with Bluetooth headset attached and playing music will run it dry in about 3 hours. However, using it casually, glances at notifications and occasionally using the voice recognition for replying to texts, will get you around 50 hours of life, with my max being around 75 (barely using it).

Voice recognition is good and usually very accurate, but you need to verbally explain your punctuation, so full stop and comma. Also, if you have moved from a WiFi to 3G or 4G connection while using it, or very recently, the watch can really struggle and fail completely at the words. But once its solidly on one type, it works brilliantly.

I've had the watch for about 5 months now, with no scratches are anything. I love it, but i can see why people don't want one yet.
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