There is no shortage of Android watch reviews from the "professional" reviewers who use the tech for a few days and rush to judgement to grab a headline. Not every tech relationship is love/hate at first sight. Like "must-see" TV, it can take time to appreciate and evaluate a device.
I am on my second Android watch. I have the LG, and that introduced me to the glories of of Android wear. I used it to display my boarding pass for a Delta flight. I read my email on my wrist. Then my Moto arrived, courtesy of Google I/O. Since it was my second device, the setup was minimal. (Pair, and done) ]
I realized after a few days of wear, that my Moto was more comfortable than my LG. The round display looks good, and there are no corners/edges that dig into my wrist. Looking at the display screens of both, I find I can see information just as well on the smaller Moto as the rectangular screen.
Many of the early reviews complained about the battery life on the Moto. That tells me the reviewer used it less than 2 days. As you continue to use and charge the Moto, the battery life increases. After a week of ownership I lost my Moto on a Friday night. Fifty hours later when I claimed it from the lost and found, the watch still had 4% of the battery left.
That's better than my smartphones.
So, my Moto is my Android watch of choice. I just wish I could get a prettier band instead of the hyper-nerdy black.