The Apple Watch is expected to make it big debut on Monday, and both Silicon Valley and Wall Street will be eyeing the much-hyped wearable for imperfections.
Max Wolff, chief economist and tech expert at Manhattan Venture Partners, had a laundry list of concerns about Apple's entry in the wearable tech scene, chief among them water resistance, battery life and screen size.
Apple showed off its watch design last September, but it didn't provide several vital details that many consumers would use to determine whether to buy one. Many gadget lovers are looking to find out whether the watch is water resistant, Wolff said.
"Nobody wants to pay $500 for something, then wash their hands and have it be a very expensive paperweight," Wolff said. "Also the battery life. It's also fun to have a watch that's alive on your wrist."