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Comment Re:Fitbit and Pebble already do this (Score 1) 254

Um, Pebble's web site said iPhone and Android. Also, https://getpebble.com/retail says phone services which I do not want.

Fitbit seems to be for exercising stuff. I don't exercise so it is useless. I do have a (6/six)th generation iPod nano, but it doesn't have the stuff I want. I just want a calendar scheduler, calculator, phone book, etc. Simple stuff. :(

Comment Re:Fitbit and Pebble already do this (Score 1) 254

I have been wearing Casio Data Bank (DB) [currently 150 model] calculator watches since my teen(ager) days! :D However, Casio doesn't make these DB types anymore. I don't own or use mobile phones. I want something tiny like a light and thin watch to wear and not have to hold (have disabilities).

However, all the smartwatches are expensive, thick, heavy, and requires mobile phones. :( The (six/6th) iPod Nano would have been perfect with a wrist band, but it doesn't have a scheduler, calculator, etc. I wished there were third party firmwares for it like for iPhones and iPod Touches. :(

Comment Re:1980s (Score 0) 254

I have been wearing them since my teen(ager) days! :D However, Casio doesn't make these DB types anymore. I don't own or use mobile phones. I want something tiny like a light and thin watch to wear and not have to hold (have disabilities). However, all the smartwatches are expensive, thick, heavy, and requires mobile phones. :( The (six/6th) iPod Nano would have been perfect with a wrist band, but it doesn't have a scheduler, calculator, etc. I wished there were third party firmwares for it like for iPhones and iPod Touches. :(

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