I have had an LG Urbane since it first came out about 18 months ago. It is not as geeky looking as most smart watches. It passes for a regular round dial watch since I use a simple watch face that just shows calendar alerts. It was more expensive than the thin and light Seiko it replaced. It is also more useful. I have enjoyed the LG immensely and use it for calendar tracking, Google Fit, flight alerts, maps, etc. I am extremely pleased with it. But I can't see a smart being something I replace frequently enough to make any manufacturer happy.
The battery life tends to be about 30 hours unless I screw up and don't put it in airplane mode when I should. That drains the battery in a hurry. And yes.. it is weird to put a watch in airplane mode.
FWIW I am also happy with my two year old Nexus 6 and won't be buying a new phone for a while either. The new Pixel is just too expensive for the incremental CPU improvement and smaller screen I will be getting. I would rather pay for some home repairs than put nearly USD1000 into a new phone from this generation.