Abdel Ibrahim at WatchAware:
In the few days of my ownership of Apple Watch, I have essentially forgotten that it exists on my wrist. I put it on in the morning, and when it needs my attention, it tells me. A tap on the wrist tells me my wife needs my attention. Another type of tap tells me to stand up. These aren’t situations where I’m sitting there engaged and fiddling with the Watch. Instead, the Watch allows me to concentrate on my work, letting me look at my wrist for literally one or two seconds only when I’m actually asked to. It’s pretty amazing.
It's not often that the success of a consumer electronic product is judged by how little you use the device, but for the Apple Watch it seems appropriate.