So we managed to cash in on some Samsung credits when we acquired our Note 20 Ultra phones. $150 credit per phone. $300 in credit toward a curated list of mobile-centric items. Chargers, cases, UV sanitizers, Android tablets, Chromebooks, and smart watches. Well, we've got cases, we've got chargers, there is a ratio of 5 computer devices to one individual in our house, we don't need tablets or Chromebooks... neither of us is keen on earbuds... so that leaves us with Smart Watches. I finally managed to shake myself of the feeling of phantom vibrations from my 1st gen Pebble. And yet here I am. I'm not keen on leaving money on the table, especially $300 worth. I had thought I could apply this credit toward a TV or something else, but... not the case. You pick from their list, and that's it. Now with watches, I'm at a bit of a disadvantage. I've got skinny wrists. I'm not a hulking monster that can make any watch look good. No, I'm a skinny twig, with even a modest watch looking like a misplaced item. My wrists are 50mm in diameter and 16cm in circumference. Wooo! *flex* *watch falls off* *sigh* The Mrs. isn't far behind with just 47mm diameter, and 15cm circumference. I know that smart watches don't have a long lifespan, so spending a significant amount of money on one isn't in the cards. The offering we're looking at is the Galaxy Watch Active2 40mm for$179.99 and Active2 44mm for $199.99. $20 more for 4mm more. But when I've got a 50mm diameter, that 44mm is going to be a giant mass on my twig of a wrist. That, and is the Active2 even worth spending anything on? I've not looked at watches as a purchase ever, so I'm approaching this with no knowledge. I'd end up paying $30 or $50 for either watch. The better half, Mrs. HC would want one as well, so multiply that by two. $60+tax for two 40mm watches isn't bad, if they're worth it. So... about that size? 40mm seems like the size for me I think. Thoughts? The watch... Thoughts on that model?