Simon Woods

@maique I haven't broken mine but definitely lost confidence in it once Hogan, our Labrador Retriever, joined the family earlier in the year; also, I'm going to be out and about a lot more in the coming months, specifically in the countryside.

The battery was also a big problem, and although I am generally bothered by that with my other Apple devices the fact remains that I have other ways to deal with those (using iPhone less/get a newer model with much better battery, and getting new headphones and speakers to rely less on the AirPods) whilst such options don't really exist for the Watch.

Overall it's not essential, not least because I have other purchases to make first but I wouldn't be surprised it became even more appealing once I have done that.