Tech where you don’t expect it

It’s easy to presume that the Apple Watch is the king of wrist tech, but look a little deeper (and much cheaper) and the Casio G-Shock GW-M5610-1ER offers a great deal. 1/ Satellite time keeping makes for to the second accuracy at all times. 2/ The backlight will turn on when you lift your wrist […]

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Final Garmin Venu thoughts

I have to say that after a week of use the Garmin Venu has proved itself to me and to the point that I would rate it above the Apple Watch, any Apple Watch to date. Ignoring the cellular Apple Watch, the Venu offers the following advantages- It is cheaper by 25%. The battery life […]

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The (Apple) Watch

For all of the nods to traditional watchmaking that Apple tries to add to the Apple Watch, it doesn’t really matter because those nods mean nothing to most people. The crown feels odd to those who are used to doing everything through a touch screen and the faces that are designed to mimic legendary watch […]

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Apple Watch series 5 thoughts

I linked to Marques’ review of the series 5 Apple Watch recently and I have to start by agreeing about the battery life. It is excellent when the display is set to not be always on, but noticeably shorter than the series 4 when this much hyped feature is enabled. The question is, does this […]

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