The model item passed into the dictionary is of type 'WearablesWeb.Domain.Device', but this dictionary requires a model item of type 'WearablesWeb.Models.API_Models.SwiftypePostContainer'.

Server Error in '/' Application.

The model item passed into the dictionary is of type 'WearablesWeb.Domain.Device', but this dictionary requires a model item of type 'WearablesWeb.Models.API_Models.SwiftypePostContainer'.

Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.

Exception Details: System.InvalidOperationException: The model item passed into the dictionary is of type 'WearablesWeb.Domain.Device', but this dictionary requires a model item of type 'WearablesWeb.Models.API_Models.SwiftypePostContainer'.

Source Error:


Line 197:            </div>
Line 198:            <div class="col-md-6 col-sm-6">
Line 199:                @Html.Partial("_InTheNews", (WearablesWeb.Models.API_Models.SwiftypePostContainer)ViewBag.RecentNews)
Line 200:                @Html.Partial("_DeviceNewsletterSignup", Model)
Line 201:            </div>

Source File: d:\home\site\wwwroot\Views\Devices\Details.cshtml    Line: 199

Stack Trace:


[InvalidOperationException: The model item passed into the dictionary is of type 'WearablesWeb.Domain.Device', but this dictionary requires a model item of type 'WearablesWeb.Models.API_Models.SwiftypePostContainer'.]
   System.Web.Mvc.ViewDataDictionary`1.SetModel(Object value) +175
   System.Web.Mvc.ViewDataDictionary..ctor(ViewDataDictionary dictionary) +361
   System.Web.Mvc.WebViewPage`1.SetViewData(ViewDataDictionary viewData) +49
   System.Web.Mvc.RazorView.RenderView(ViewContext viewContext, TextWriter writer, Object instance) +99
   System.Web.Mvc.BuildManagerCompiledView.Render(ViewContext viewContext, TextWriter writer) +107
   System.Web.Mvc.HtmlHelper.RenderPartialInternal(String partialViewName, ViewDataDictionary viewData, Object model, TextWriter writer, ViewEngineCollection viewEngineCollection) +277
   System.Web.Mvc.Html.PartialExtensions.Partial(HtmlHelper htmlHelper, String partialViewName, Object model, ViewDataDictionary viewData) +91
   System.Web.Mvc.Html.PartialExtensions.Partial(HtmlHelper htmlHelper, String partialViewName, Object model) +33
   ASP._Page_Views_Devices_Details_cshtml.Execute() in d:\home\site\wwwroot\Views\Devices\Details.cshtml:199
   System.Web.WebPages.WebPageBase.ExecutePageHierarchy() +197
   System.Web.Mvc.WebViewPage.ExecutePageHierarchy() +105
   System.Web.WebPages.StartPage.RunPage() +17
   System.Web.WebPages.StartPage.ExecutePageHierarchy() +64
   System.Web.WebPages.WebPageBase.ExecutePageHierarchy(WebPageContext pageContext, TextWriter writer, WebPageRenderingBase startPage) +78
   System.Web.Mvc.RazorView.RenderView(ViewContext viewContext, TextWriter writer, Object instance) +235
   System.Web.Mvc.BuildManagerCompiledView.Render(ViewContext viewContext, TextWriter writer) +107
   System.Web.Mvc.ViewResultBase.ExecuteResult(ControllerContext context) +291
   System.Web.Mvc.ControllerActionInvoker.InvokeActionResult(ControllerContext controllerContext, ActionResult actionResult) +13
   System.Web.Mvc.ControllerActionInvoker.InvokeActionResultFilterRecursive(IList`1 filters, Int32 filterIndex, ResultExecutingContext preContext, ControllerContext controllerContext, ActionResult actionResult) +56
   System.Web.Mvc.ControllerActionInvoker.InvokeActionResultFilterRecursive(IList`1 filters, Int32 filterIndex, ResultExecutingContext preContext, ControllerContext controllerContext, ActionResult actionResult) +420
   System.Web.Mvc.ControllerActionInvoker.InvokeActionResultWithFilters(ControllerContext controllerContext, IList`1 filters, ActionResult actionResult) +52
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.<>c__DisplayClass2b.<BeginInvokeAction>b__1c() +173
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.<>c__DisplayClass21.<BeginInvokeAction>b__1e(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +100
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncResult`1.CallEndDelegate(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +10
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncResultBase`1.End() +49
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.AsyncControllerActionInvoker.EndInvokeAction(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +27
   System.Web.Mvc.Controller.<BeginExecuteCore>b__1d(IAsyncResult asyncResult, ExecuteCoreState innerState) +13
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncVoid`1.CallEndDelegate(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +29
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncResultBase`1.End() +49
   System.Web.Mvc.Controller.EndExecuteCore(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +36
   System.Web.Mvc.Controller.<BeginExecute>b__15(IAsyncResult asyncResult, Controller controller) +12
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncVoid`1.CallEndDelegate(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +22
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncResultBase`1.End() +49
   System.Web.Mvc.Controller.EndExecute(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +26
   System.Web.Mvc.Controller.System.Web.Mvc.Async.IAsyncController.EndExecute(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +10
   System.Web.Mvc.MvcHandler.<BeginProcessRequest>b__5(IAsyncResult asyncResult, ProcessRequestState innerState) +21
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncVoid`1.CallEndDelegate(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +29
   System.Web.Mvc.Async.WrappedAsyncResultBase`1.End() +49
   System.Web.Mvc.MvcHandler.EndProcessRequest(IAsyncResult asyncResult) +28
   System.Web.Mvc.MvcHandler.System.Web.IHttpAsyncHandler.EndProcessRequest(IAsyncResult result) +9
   System.Web.CallHandlerExecutionStep.System.Web.HttpApplication.IExecutionStep.Execute() +9765121
   System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionStep step, Boolean& completedSynchronously) +155


Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:4.0.30319; ASP.NET Version:4.6.1590.0

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3.7 What the critics are saying:

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    Apple Watch review: a status symbol for iOS devotees

    The Watch is the nicest smartwatch available, but it's more status symbol than wearable revolutionary. Most of the Watch's features can be categorized as nice to have (at best) or superfluous (at worst). As such, if you're not enamored with the Watch's appearance, it's probably not compelling enough to buy one.

    Published by Engadget See the full review
  • 0000201506033.9

    Apple Watch review: A beautiful, bold watch, with complications

    The Apple Watch is the most ambitious, well-constructed smartwatch ever seen, but first-gen shortfalls make it feel more like a fashionable toy than a necessary tool.

    Published by CNET See the full review
  • 0000201506033.5

    Apple Watch review: The iPhone-tailored smartwatch that's an expensive convenience gadget

    Apple Watch is good, but better suited on the wrists of early adopters and boutique shop regulars. It's convenient but there's a learning curve you have to overcome and a high price that some people won't be able to get around.

    Published by techradar See the full review
  • 0000201506033.5

    Apple Watch review

    Pros: Best-looking smartwatch so far, Force Touch well integrated, digital Crown is a useful addition, comfortable to wear; Cons: Unintuitive and buggy software, significantly drains iPhone battery, third-party apps need work, some gimmicky features

    Published by Trusted Reviews See the full review
  • 0000201506033.5

    Apple Watch review: A Day In The Life

    The Apple Watch is one of the most ambitious products I’ve ever seen; it wants to do and change so much about how we interact with technology. But that ambition robs it of focus.

    Published by The Verge See the full review
3.9 What the users are saying:

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  • 0000201506255

    My Watch My World

    If I had one I would use for all the things I do on my IPhone 6 like apps, games, work out, text, FaceTime if possible. I love Apple products, and it's must have for me, and I will have one sooner or later.

    Published by Macio-Stubbs Jun 25, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201508235

    Truly the most personal device out there.

    Hands down, this device is simply phenomenal. I've had the opportunity to use this device on multiple occasions, and how seamless it is to communicate and check in with the world around you is unbelievable until you experience it for yourself. A must-buy!

    Published by John-King Aug 23, 2015See the full review
  • 0003201506124

    The most personalized watch yet: Apple Watch

    Overall, the apple watch is definitely a revolutionary watch and has definitely set the standards high for future watches. While the cost of high and could use some minor improvements, it makes life much more convenient and with a iPhone enhance your overall apple experience. I find myself using my iPhone significantly less because of the watch and became a healthier person overall. It also allowed me to be a much more responsive in my messages to people because I know when I am receiving them.

    Published by Jackie-Zhang Jun 12, 2015See the full review
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    Apple Watch

    I love everything Apple so buying a watch was a no brainer. I was very nervous because it is a first gen and was worried about glitches and durability. Both of those issues have not been issues and I love everything about the watch. I have the sport edition and it is very comfortable to wear and very light on the wrist. I highly recommend the watch to anyone that is Apple loyal.

    Published by Noel-Adams Jun 12, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201506194

    Apple Watch raises the bar for smartwatches

    The product overall was great. It feels like a real smartwatch instead of just an extension of your phone. My favorite thing about it is the fact that it acts like android more than the android wear os does. I mean it has widgets (aka glances), a notification pull down menu with a clear all button, force touch acts likes a menu button, and NFC payments from the watch! The number of apps that work with the apple watch is absolutely incredible! The watch itself though is a hard number to justify $350 for the cheapest one but if you want the best you have to pay for it. I have use the Galaxy Gear, Gear 2, Gear Fit, Gear 2 Neo, Gear Live, Moto 360 and the Gear S. This smart watch (in my opinion) does almost all the same things as the others but adds better features to where it counts. If you do plan on buying this smart watch make sure you turn on "prominent haptic". This setting will let you feel if you have a notification. The default setting was too light in my favor. Other than the light haptic feedback that was the only issue that I ran into.

    Published by Jade-Taylor Jun 19, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201507284

    Okay experience. Pricy.

    I used one briefly on loan from a friend while considering smart watches. Cool to use. Not a fan of the price tag. It's ugly too.

    Published by Javier-Cienfuegos Jul 28, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201507284

    Okay experience. Pricy.

    I used one briefly on loan from a friend while considering smart watches. Cool to use. Not a fan of the price tag. It's ugly too.

    Published by Javier-Cienfuegos Jul 28, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201508034

    Apple Watch: A Watch For Every Apple Fanboy Everywhere

    When you first look at the Apple Watch, it's a sight to behold. It's simplistic in design yet sofisticated enough that you can wear it anywhere. However, like every Apple product, it still has it's kinks. In the little time I've spent using it (I borrowed a friends for a marathon I ran), it was apparent that Apple still has a ways to go in the way of App support and fluidity between phone and watch before it is a true powerhouse in the wearable tech world. However, I again admit that this isn't a full review and will post again when I have gotten my own and can give a more accurate, in depth assessment.

    Published by Vincent-Flieder Aug 03, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201508034

    Apple Watch: A Watch For Every Apple Fanboy Everywhere

    When you first look at the Apple Watch, it's a sight to behold. It's simplistic in design yet sofisticated enough that you can wear it anywhere. However, like every Apple product, it still has it's kinks. In the little time I've spent using it (I borrowed a friends for a marathon I ran), it was apparent that Apple still has a ways to go in the way of App support and fluidity between phone and watch before it is a true powerhouse in the wearable tech world. However, I again admit that this isn't a full review and will post again when I have gotten my own and can give a more accurate, in depth assessment.

    Published by Vincent-Flieder Aug 03, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201508064

    Very beautiful product

    i love the Apple Watch. Everytime I'm in the store I have to interact with it! It's sleek, professional looking, and the OS on the watch is very fluid and reliable. Great product!

    Published by Jacob-Taylor Aug 06, 2015See the full review
  • 0001201509124

    Unnecessary, Confusing, But Life Changing

    The Apple Watch is a really fun and advanced toy. It has a lot of cool features, like notifications on your wrist, the ability to make phone calls, health and fitness capabilities, music controls, and even the ability to run all kinds of apps, The only issue is that once you use all of these features for a long time and using them everyday, you soon stop and realize, "wait, why am I not doing this on my phone?" Bundle that with the poor outdoor visibility, the fact that your phone's built in GPS, gyroscope, and accelerometer can already give you a comprehensive image of your health and activity, and that your phone already buzzes and rings when you get a notification, it's hard to convince the average person that an Apple Watch, or any smartwatch, really, is a necessary device. That doesn't mean it's not an enjoyable experience, though.

    Published by Erik-Macik Sep 12, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201507013

    Neat gadget that needs some additional functionality!

    Battery Life 2/5 - the battery held up fine for me during the workday while using the watch. I would have preferred about 6 hours longer battery life so that I did not need to recharge before going out for the night. Additionally, I could not keep the watch on while I slept, due to low battery life. I would have enjoyed using the vibrating alarm feature to help wake me up! Comfort 5/5 - The watch was extremely comfortable on my wrist and was just snug enough that I did not realize I was wearing anything. I wear a steel band watch normally that I usually take off while using my computer. There was no need to take it off while working which was great. Easy to Put on 4/5 - It became easier the more times that I put on the watch. The band did grab a few of the hairs on my wrist, but other than that, it was simple to snap on. App Experience 3/5 - This is a huge area of potential improvement. The mail app was relatively worthless, especially if you receive HTML emails. Additionally, the apps available on the watch are few and far between. I found myself using the clock, text messages (with a MUCH improved siri integration), and the phone. Style + Design 4/5 - The Apple Watch may not be 100% functional but it is beautiful. It is sleek, clean, and can be worn while working out or going out on the weekend. Durability 4/5 - It seems to hold up very well in my near constant use over the past few days. The crystal screen is holding up well and is not scratching even with slight bumps against various surfaces. Price 4/5 - The Apple Watch is definitely not cheap – but neither is any Apple product. You are paying for quality and a name brand. A high quality watch, though, is not cheap either. If you are going to spend a few hundred dollars on the watch, it seems best to purchase the more expensive Apple Watch. In summary, the Apple Watch is a very cool gadget that needs some additional work. I do not see this product becoming widely purchased like an iPod or iPhone, but I think people who do purchase the product will find it useful. If app developers can catch up and figure out ways to use the wearable nature of the watch to make their apps more useful, it can gain further appeal. As it stands now, it is simply a cool gadget that not everybody needs.

    Published by Michael-Buss Jul 01, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201507013

    Returned it!

    Conflicted as I really like the direction they took it. Think they did a great job compared to other comparable devices but they also waited and saw what sucked on other devices and learned off of other companies eager and foolish plays. I was expecting more got less and after a few days that the love wasn't there. Sad as it is to see a new wearable leave the drawer it went back to the store.

    Published by jrkraft Jul 01, 2015See the full review
  • 0000201507283

    Most Functional Watch w/iPhone, but Not Worth it

    The first thing I noticed when I put on the Apple Watch was that it didn't fit snug on my wrist. The heart beat sensor on the bottom makes the watch stand a noticeable amount above your wrist. The watch itself also feels heavy on the wrist. I still can't seem to get use to putting my wrist up 'the right way' to check the time. The screen isn't always on and it should turn on when you lift your wrist but it doesn't always do that. This makes it useless as a watch. Battery life is about a day and it has a ton of functions with iPhone as expected. The pebble is a better smart watch overall even with limited functions (which is thanks to limited API sharing from Apple, not pebble's fault).

    Published by Erick-Adame Jul 28, 2015See the full review
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  • Rob Luton

    Nice design!

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  • Rob

    I really like this one.

  • Rob Luton

    I cannot wait.

  • Orion

    Can’t wait. This is gonna be awesome.

  • Joe Contreras Jr

    The design of this watch is sleek and sexy. It looks fantastic with dressy attire! The cord that came with the watch was too short and the user interface of the watch was a pain to navigate. Dragging from the top of the watch took multiple attempts to properly function. Getting to main functions of the watch were not easily accessible (settings,etc)The screen itself is large enough to easily review what is on screen but not so big that it becomes a physical irritant or an eyesore. I despised having to download the Asus ZenWatch manager. That app had some highly annoying tendencies, such as a never-ending barrage of notifications from the app to connect to the Zenwatch. I would dismiss the alerts, but they would come right back and I could not figure out how to disable them. 2 out of 5 stars.

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    I put $700 Dollars in and now I am returning it and taking $700 out. Do I see a future yes. Blah Blah

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  • Amy

    This is now $249

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  • Angus

    First off, I love the Pebble Time! I’m sold mainly because of its long lasting battery (7 days after a single charge), the minimalist UI and its sporty look. I can easily change the watch band with almost full customization. As for the downside, I don’t kinda like the dim screen of the PT as the screen could hardly seen indoors without the back light on. But this is the only complaint.

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    what if a woman wanted to wear this jacket? WHY! Is it specifically called a mens jacket. #RUDE #SEXISM IS ALIVE AND WELL!!!!!! Whips non-existant hair even though I’m a woman…and walks away…

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    IF you are looking for one of the top health fitness device out there currently, the FItbit HR is it. It is light and has great battery life. See review at http://webbizportal.com/fitbit-charge-hr-review/

  • Joseph Murdock

    Some of the features like Heart Rate monitoring or Step Tracking are not the best in terms of accuracy but at the same time, the Sleep tracking is just awesome. Some of the Fitbit’s fitness band review at https://fanreviews.co/fitness-trackers/fitbit-charge-hr does give much better comparison and in-depth coverage of all the fitness tracking activities.

    I think at the given cost, Fitbit Charge HR is still the best in the market with a house full of features. As you say it is a best all-around fitness band.

    It’s a pick for me.

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