Being a member of said club means you can get notifications, calls and fitness info beamed straight to your wrist. Oh, and see the time too of course.
Unlike a £500,000 Patek Philippe, you can also swap up your watch face whenever you fancy. Take that, billionaires.
The collection of Android Wear watch faces continues to grow as more and more smartwatches start stealthily invading our wrists.
Here's a selection of ten of the best ones we've come across, to get you started.
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Pujie Black (£0.79)
This clean face shows off the most important stats at a glance, namely the time, battery life and date. It comes with a customisation app too, which lets you swap to a digital mode as well as change the colours and style.
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Weather Wear Watch Face (£free)
This watch face, unsurprisingly, has a heavy emphasis on weather, letting you see what the heavens will shower down upon you without waiting for Google's dedicated card to pop up whenever it feels like it.
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Tell us, is your current watch currently fed with data directly from NASA? No? Well this one is. Those colourful circles represent the actual location of the actual planets in actual real-time. Wait for the next eclipse if you don't believe us.
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Minimal & Elegant (£0.59)
As its name suggests, this face is both, well, minimal and elegant. Hours on the top, minutes on the bottom, and the date thrown in for good measure. Stick those middle fingers up at hour and second hands.