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Recommend a smartwatch? Pebble replacement on Android

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Can anyone recommend a smartwatch that will act as a Pebble replacement? I've been looking at generic Chinese ones on Gearbest but a bit lost tbh. I would like always on display that shows brief we…
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
Can anyone recommend a smartwatch that will act as a Pebble replacement? I've been looking at generic Chinese ones on Gearbest but a bit lost tbh.

I would like always on display that shows brief weather details and ability to get notifications etc. It does not need to be a phone in its own right

I'm looking to spend under 100 quid

Let me know what you've got/recommend?
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Why do you need a replacement when they've committed to supporting them through 2017.
#2
I thought they had dropped all support and future updates. So thought I would try a different smartwatch
#3
I have been considering the Sony smart watch 3. 79.99 @ Currys
#4
I've got a Sony SmartWatch 3. I purchased it for about £75, I think between Feb 20th and May 2nd, based on this:

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The reason I chose it was that it had fairly good reviews and was a decent price.

The reality is that the functions I've found the most useful are a) letting me know when my phone's ringing, and b) showing off that I can pause my Wireless Beats from my phone.

The secondary reality is that when b) happens, I look like a man having a midlife crisis with my gadgets and can't find my phone.

On the plus side, it's really durable - this thing has really taken a beating from a German Shepherd, and doesn't seem to have suffered.

So, OP, I think this might meet your requirements. My recollection is that it had 4* reviews at the time, and it's done me alright.

Edited By: weekender on Dec 20, 2016 19:33
#5
Thanks for the suggestion both but I don't like the Sony Smartwatch
#6
Pebble user here that is going to bide my time since I have @ least a year

Edited By: trott3r on Dec 20, 2016 20:08
#7
As others have said Fitbit has pledged to keep the lights on for all the core services up to at least January 1st 2018 so I'm going to wait and see what happens. If you've already got a Pebble then I would suggest that you keep it, enjoy it and see what happens.

If you're looking for an alternative that is similar to the Pebbles, then maybe have a look at the Vector Luna (http://vectorwatch.com/) but they are quite expensive.

Edited By: mrbargain on Dec 20, 2016 20:39
#8
Pebbles will still work without their servers running.
#9
I have a Sony smartwatch 3 which I would be willing to sell for about £50ish

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