I wasn't fully convinced I wanted an Apple Watch until I got to try it in person on Monday. A few minutes of demo time made me a believer, but getting to try one out at home, over multiple days, would be undeniably cool. Apple said at Monday's event that potential customers can try on an Apple Watch at the Apple Store starting April 10, the beginning of the preorder period. So that might be a better place to mix and match bands and compare sizes. But if you want to pair the Apple Watch with your phone, install apps, and really use it like it's yours, Lumoid's rental program is worth a look.
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