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Comparing Android Wear to Mechanical watches

Why I like Mechanical watches

Apr. 30, 2017 -

Technology has come a long way since the first computer. Smartwatches today are very much an achievement of miniaturisation of technology. I recently used an Apple Watch Series 2 to find out if technology has come far enough to replace my mechanical watch, today I share you my findings.

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A mechanical watch: Christiaan van der Klaauw
A mechanical watch: Christiaan van der Klaauw
The original Pebble from 2012
The original Pebble from 2012
The Apple Watch Series 2
The Apple Watch Series 2
Incredible details in the MB&F Legacy Machine (photo: Monochrome Watches)
Incredible details in the MB&F Legacy Machine (photo: Monochrome Watches)
The mechanical watch winding rotor and movement, visible through the sapphire case back
The mechanical watch winding rotor and movement, visible through the sapphire case back
Apple Watch on the wrist showing current temperature, time, heart rate and access to mail, messages and music
Apple Watch on the wrist showing current temperature, time, heart rate and access to mail, messages and music

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