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Apple Watch Nike Series 6 - Box opening and initial use

Tsachi E

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So I've had the Apple Watch for 3 days now. I ordered directly through the US website of , And sent to Israel via usshops. The watch cost $ 400 for the non-cellular version + $ 26 US VAT.

In addition I paid another $ 21 shipping to the country with a courier to the house +76 dollars customs and other vegetables to our government. A total of $ 530 including everything, and it's still cheaper than it would cost in the country I believe.


So how's the clock?

Well, this is the first time I'm buying a watch from the series , And a smart watch in general. Must say that so far overall quite satisfied. The interaction with the iPhone is very good (by the way, for those interested, the watch will not work without an iPhone).

I do Almost every day and long speed walks in the field, so the watch is quite nice in terms of tracking heart rate, sturgeon, etc. 


It also has a built-in ecg and is quite nice, though does not cover arrhythmias other than one specific (but most critical - AF). 

Its alarm clock is excellent, in addition to gentle wake-up music, it gives you a kind of small vibrations on the wrist so that you wake up gently and not in a panic.

Another nice feature that you can monitor during sleep is your heart rate.

The quality of hearing and speech through the clock in phone calls is very good in my opinion. What else is there? Nice decibel meter, nice hand wash alert, breathing exercise to relieve stress built into a watch that rocks you every day for a minute, lots of nice skin skins, Strong that lasts for a day and a half, Built-in altimeter, calls emergency services if you fall And ... I'm not thinking of anything else right now.


Disadvantages: The stochastic gauge and the hack are very, very delicate for movement and posture. Many times it will not pass the test and you will need patience.

The pulse meter can sometimes jump suddenly and be inaccurate. In addition, the heart rate monitor is not on hand for some reason it continues to measure heart rate and show incorrect values.


To sum up: a nice purchase for sports fans but not beyond that. It is far from a must-have product, and is only suitable for those who really but really want one.


A short video I made:



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