Before the iPhone 6/6+ and the vaporware Apple watch, Samsung revealed it's Samsung Gear S, a wearable device which practically functions in the same way as most mobile phones and tablets do. The Gear S will feature a screen that measures about 2 inches (diagonally). Unlike other wearables the Gear S watch run TIZEN OS. I cannot find any real advantage, motivation and financila reason for considering any wearable at this time. There are occasions I do not wear a watch since I have my smartphone with me nearly all the time. When and if wearables come down greatly in price and offer enough functinality to justify the purchase then I might start using a wearable. Depending on the success of Apple Pay, Google, Microsoft, and others will most likely develop a competitive system. Apple Pay has to prove secure enough bring enough users to have competing software system and paymetn systems to take notice. Having been stung by compromised credit cards, bank cards and checking acounts I am quite slow to adopt new and unproven means of using credit. Competition will improve the offerings down the road.