Thanks for the welcome In terms of fit and finish there is no comparison. You can tell this is made my watch company rather than an electronics company. The pebble in comparison is very limited in functionality and basically has no style, but it easily lasts a working week on a charge which is a major plus point. I'm an android user so the integration is good, but not as tight as android wear. The best way to describe it is as a toy. The Moto 360 was a deeply flawed product. The very old processor made it very jittery a laggy and I was never able to get a full day out of it. I'd leave the house at 6am and the battery would invariably be flat by the time i got home at 7 pm and thats with the always on screen off. I also went through 3 in three months because the back kept cracking due to the lack of lugs and poor design that brought. The only nice thing really was the wireless charging. The Lg G Watch R was in many ways great and bad in a couple of ways. The screen is extremely vibrant and colourful. The deep blacks of the oled screen made for some very nice looking dark watchfaces and also helped battery life. Sunlight readability was not fantastic however. Battery life was pretty good, from 6am to midnight with 50% remaining on a bad day. I'd usually drop it on the charger at 57%, it was very consistent. The heart rate monitor worked fine, but i never used it. The biggest problem i had with the LG was the bluetooth connection dropping out regularly and therefore missing notification and call alerts (my phones have been on silent for over two years, my Samsung S6 i bought in April has never actually rung out loud!). The Tag screen is not as vibrant as lg's, however due to the transflective screen there will be no issues in sunlight (I can't claim have tested that in person as in London at the moment it's dark whenever i'm not in the office, but it's a known quality of transflective screens). The 'raise wrist' gesture to bring the watch to life has worked flawlessly so far; neither of my other two watches were as reliable in this regard. The interface has been very fluid with out any hiccups or lag. Again the LG and Moto 360 were definitely not as smooth. Battery life so far; I charged it last night and took it off the charger around 9pm, Its now 8.35pm and its down to 30%. I'm definitely still in the new gadget faze so am touching it and messing with it far more than i normally would. I expect the battery life to be better in the days to come as my usage settles down. Also the next android wear update to Marshmallow 6.0 is said to have some Intel specific code that is lacking at the moment and so I would expect a further improvement in battery life due to this. The voice reply function worked flawlessly in a crowded and noisy shopping mall as well. The LG really struggled with noisy environments. On the whole really pleased, a definite step up from my previous watches in virtually all ways. The main thing is doesn't look like a toy or a gadget and therefore it can safely replace my old 2000 professional that was stolen earlier this year for formal wear.