I have an old first-generation Moto 360 smartwatch. I got it after the 2nd generation came out and the price dropped dramatically on this one. When I first got it about a year ago, I had a lot of problems with the battery dying way too quickly–after only a few hours sometimes. But this was due to both the newness (me enjoying toying with all of the features and options to see what I like the most) and to the firmware, which was a bit buggy. These days I’m pretty happy with it. After try out hundreds of watchfaces over the months, I’ve settled on one I like the most — Instaweather. In particular, the “Hourly Forecast” version, which is shown in the photo. One flick of my wrist and this screen pops on, showing me the 7-day forecast, current time & temp, each day’s high and low, and much more. I can also click the graph to switch to different ranges of the forecast – anything from a 6-hour range to a 7-day range, or switch to a “dew point and humidity” view instead of temperature, etc. The colored ring around the rim of the watch even shows my total daily distance goal for walking (currently 2 miles per day).