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LG LGW110 G Watch R

by LG
4.1 out of 5 stars 282 customer reviews
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  • World's First Full Circle P-OLED Display
  • Compatible with most devices with an Android 4.3 or later operating system
  • Fitness Integration with Built-In Heart Rate Monitor
  • Classic Wristwatch DESIGN WITH Full Circle Face and 22 mm Interchangeable Strap
  • "Ok, Google" Voice Commands with Android Wear
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Product Features

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Size (LWH): 1.83 inches, 0.38 inches, 2.11 inches
  • Weight: 2.24 ounces
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 40 hours
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
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Product Description

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LG G Watch R for select Android devices. Bluetooth 4.0 technology lets you easily sync with your compatible Android device to this LG G Watch R, so you can receive and view important mobile notifications on the round 1.3" P-OLED touch-screen.

Product Information

Product Packaging:Standard Packaging
Product Dimensions 1.8 x 0.4 x 2.1 inches
Item Weight 2.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 8 ounces
Item model number LGW110
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 282 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #44,079 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#34 in Watches > Women > Smartwatches
#43 in Watches > Men > Smartwatches
#404 in Cell Phones & Accessories > Cell Phone Accessories > Smart Watches
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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Let me go ahead an apologize about the length of this review. I have a lot of good things to say about this watch, and I can't do that in a short and succinct manner. If you don't feel like reading the full thing, here's a soundbite that might help: This is one of the best purchases I've ever made.

After owning this watch for a little over two months now, I think it's finally time to write a review. I don't normally write reviews on products I buy, but I feel like there are a lot of folks out there that are on the fence about buying a smart watch, and I'd like to help clarify why I think this has been one of the best purchases I've ever made. I have never tried any other smart watch, so this review is for the LG G Watch R exclusively.

First and foremost, I'm a power user. I work in the State Legislature, so everything is always fast and furious. To be effective at my job, I need to stay in constant contact with everyone at all times. I need to be able to check my email, read text messages, and see phone calls as soon as they come through because things change in an instant. I need to know when that happens. For this particular aspect, this watch excels.

It's not polite to have a phone on loud or vibrate when you're in a meeting with a Senator or Representative. Even during committee meetings, a phone that is set on vibrate can be heard by everyone around you (or perhaps I have good hearing), and it is a constant distraction. With this watch, I'm able to leave my phone on silent, but still receive a small vibration on my wrist when I receive a new notification.

Notifications that you receive on your phone appear just milliseconds later on your watch, thus constantly keeping you in the loop.
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Bought the LG GWR after returning the Sony Smartwatch 3. Did of lot of research and initially, the Sony had won me over based on specs like GPS + NFC built-in. Didn't care for the Moto 360's 'flat tire' and poor battery life. I had the Sony for two weeks before returning. I've had the LG-GWR for a few days now and it's a keeper! Here's what I can definitively say:

1. Display - by far a significant step above any other smartwatch currently available. When in 'standby' mode, it is still as bright as can be....none of this 'ambient light' dimmed display of the Sony, Moto 360 or other watches. Believe me, from a real world pov, this is huge. After the initial 'new toy' feeling rubs off, you just want the watch to tell the time clearly and the ambient display of other watches is useless. I must have read and viewed dozens of reviews on the LG GWR and can't understand how they don't play this feature up more.

2. Charging - the Sony Smartwatch micro USB cable is a huge hassle to plug/unplug each time you need to charge. Using a dock is actually substantially easier and more practical, in spite of having an additional piece of hardware.
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Android Wear has a different personality than Samsung (Tizen) operating system.

Physically, the watch looks and feels great. The genuine leather band is very comfortable, and this is coming from a guy who doesn't usually wear watches, or necklaces, rings, etc. and is a big difference in comfort versus my old Galaxy Gear with hard rubber bands; which squeezed my wrist. The front face bezel also protrude out just enough that will help the screen from getting hit first or scratched first. The watch itself is well built, and is not too heavy; you will not notice it on. It has an all metal casing, except for the back which is hard plastic and houses the external charging pins and a heart-rate monitor. On the very first day of wearing it, people were interested seeing that it is designed as a military-style chrono, yet is a smartwatch. I was playing with it in class, and that got many attentions.This is totally a man watch, and having replaceable bands is great; I was thinking of a gunmetal stainless steel band for more formal occasions.

The screen is P-OLED (Plastic Organic ...) which is very bright even on the lowest settings (for indoors). So, far it performed good enough during the day. The contrast and color seems correct, with blues, reds, blacks and white being true. Just remember, as with all smartwatch at this time, the ppi, the density is not the highest, so users that are used and have been spoiled by those high density phone screens will only notice when looking for it flaws.The screen is "always-on" by default, and can be turned off under its settings; by pressing down and holding the crown/dial briefly. The always-on display face is different than it primary display face.
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I waited months for the Motorola smart watch to be released only to be disappointed by the reviews and specs. Then I researched this watch (LG G Watch R), and got it. Have had it about two months now, and I am happy with my choice.
I'm not a constant user of all the features of this watch. I only use it to view notifications as they come in to my phone, use it to check the local weather, to check footsteps and my heart rate (important to me, as I have a pacemaker & I was looking for a watch to do that easily).
I was concerned with the battery life issue of the other smart watches which say you ONLY need to charge their device once a day. The LG (R) says about 48 hrs pre charge, I believe. First week I used it I charged it about every 44-48 hrs. for some reason the 2nd week it needed to be charged about every 24-30 hrs. However since then I have been charging it about every 72 - 78 hrs ( I have been charting it ).
My only issues with the LG G-R, was the band, not the material, but the size. I have a large hand, wrist and arm. While I could wear the band it was tight. I was afraid I would have an issue with this (as I have had with other watches) so I got a different band at the same time,( added cost ).
The other issue is the vibration notification of messages and calls is too light for me, as most times I do not feel them.
So I am happy with my choice of the LG G Watch R.

Oh, and I also use the watch to check the TIME. ( with multiple watch faces ).
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