Yes. I was feeling a little flamboyant, but I wanted to replace my FitBit with the new Apple Watch 2, and I'm so glad I did.
I like to keep active, setting myself daily step, calorie and exercise goals which the FitBit did very well, but the Apple Watch just does it so much better.
For instance, if your an iPhone user you might want to get your exercise information from your FitBit into Apple's Health App and thus get a full and comprehensive view of your health and fitness.
But FitBit won't let you, despite the moans, groans and requests from their customers over the last 2 years.
Also I like to have the occassional swim. The new Apple Watch is waterproof, so you can wear it in the pool. And it will accurately record your swimming, showing the length of the pool, the number of lengths you swam, the stroke you were swimming and the time you took. Plus, of course, the calories you burned. Amazing really.
Exercise outside and the watch will map your route and record the weather conditions, as well as tell you your steps, distance, heart rate, speed and elevation.
But it's not just about exercise.
You can get news alerts, weather alerts, receive and reply to text messages, get email and calendar alerts and even answer a phone call. You can stream music to wireless headphones, follow map directions and find local cafes and restaurants.
It's a great piece of kit which is getting better all the type as more and more developers add apps for all kinds of interests and uses.
And with a seemingly unlimited choice of watch faces and straps to choose from you can get something thats right for you or swap and change to suit your mood.