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Oh how fast people forget.. Did you forget that people said the iPad wasn't standalone because when it was released because it needed a PC or Mac to set it up and sync?! Back then many argued that it wasn't a standalone device.
Right!! You can tell they never in their life owned a watch that cost more than $100.
I see you are confused. The 42mm and 38mm chargers are the same size/diameter. So you can charge different sizes with the same charger. Their accessory page shows only one charger with different cable length not different watch or charger "size".
1) If it says IPX7 rating then it is that. It is not a device you want to go scuba diving with. 2) You clearly trolling regarding the battery life. Yes.. a device battery is affected by how you use it.. shocker!!
If you are going to charge it every night then you need two chargers (one for each watch). Beside, you get a charger with the watch.
I looked but couldn't find anything saying you can't. So it looks like any band can fit any watch as long as you choose the correct size. This is nice since I really like the black Sport band for every day and I want a leather one for certain occasions.
You don't have to wonder. Check out Apple.com
All the information you need are on their website including detailed price based on watch and band.
 That was specifc for Pay usage. Since the watch does not have Touch ID it needs to be authorized for Pay every time it is put on the wrist. How this will work exactly is not known yet. It could be a PIN or simply using NFC on the iPhone and Watch.  It seems to receive notification you need to have the paired iPhone within Bluetooth range. So without taking the iPhone with them (or following you where you go) they cannot intercept your messages by just strapping it onto...
Now we will have Watch battery complaints 
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