2) It’s smart enough to move its hands away when you want to check your data.
With real hands on the clock face, a potential problem was that they might obscure the info on the screen.
But the hands intuitively move into the 10.10AM/PM position once you swipe to view another screen. It’s such a small feature, but it’s really nifty.
3) Get specialised fitness data many other hybrid watches don’t offer
Seriously. There’s the basic activity tracking and an intensity minutes counter that shows you how long you’ve been active over the day and the last week; there’s your heart rate reader, calorie counter, maximum oxygen level calculator, stress level identifier (that works by measuring your heart rate) and a stairs climbing tracker (that tracks your movement both up and down stairs).
And we’re not even done listing all the features.
Just remember to take your readings with a pinch of salt. The smartwatch is not meant to be a medically accurate device