EXPIRED - Pebble Time Smartwatch at Zavvi - £80.99 with code.
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EXPIRED - Pebble Time Smartwatch at Zavvi - £80.99 with code.

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Found 24th Apr 2016
£89.99 but code takes £9 off. Z10APRIL

Cheapest price so far...

With an always-on color E-Paper display, up to 7 day battery life, durable glass lens, and thin, curved ergonomic design, you'll love wearing Pebble Time anywhere and everywhere. From the gym to the dinner table, from morning sun to the wee hours, Time keeps you connected while living in the moment. Pebble's new timeline interface turns moments you care about-notifications, calendar events, weather, sports scores, breaking news, missed calls, app alerts-into pins that let you see what's ahead or catch up on what's already happened. Timeline gives you the info you need, when you want it-so you can live "now" to the fullest. With Fitness and Sleep Tracking run, walk, bike, swim, or sleep…track it all, 24/7, with the Pebble Time smartwatch & activity tracking apps from Jawbone, Fitocracy, Runkeeper, and Misfit. Take control the music in your life-at home, in the shower, or cruising down the road. All Pebble smartwatches work with Pandora, iHeartRadio, and more-letting you control the tempo. Make it your own With 8000+ apps on the Pebble appstore from brands like Uber, Jawbone, Misfit, and ESPN, plus thousands of independent apps, hundreds of watch faces, swappable covers from GadgetWraps, and watch bands, tailoring Pebble Time to your life and style is a breeze.
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wow, fantastic price. heated for sure.
Bought
Many thanks!!!!!
Many thanks, finally caved in and purchased. I've never enjoyed wearing a watch before (never had a nice one) but I've always been interested in owning a Pebble so hoping it's as great as they seem to be.
Great price for a great product. Bargain.
Come on Amazon.........!!

Tick.....Tock.......8)
You can't go wrong with the pebble I have this and a smartwatch 3 and use the pebble 90% of the time so useful and the battery last longer than a day so actually useful!
Arsenal1234

You can't go wrong with the pebble I have this and a smartwatch 3 and use … You can't go wrong with the pebble I have this and a smartwatch 3 and use the pebble 90% of the time so useful and the battery last longer than a day so actually useful!


Why do you prefer the pebble to your SW3?
OB1

Why do you prefer the pebble to your SW3?



I'm guessing because of the battery life
Heat for the price. I paid a lot more when ordered at pre-launch price last year from Pebble HQ. Sadly I took an instant dislike to it mainly for the poor display and overall toy-like appearance on the wrist. Premium it is not. Excellent battery life though. Sent it back to Pebble for a full refund. Haven't bought a smartwatch since.
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Arsenal1234

You can't go wrong with the pebble I have this and a smartwatch 3 and use … You can't go wrong with the pebble I have this and a smartwatch 3 and use the pebble 90% of the time so useful and the battery last longer than a day so actually useful!



​I somewhat agree. I have had the smartwatch 3 for around 2 weeks now, but I do miss my pebble. Mainly the simplicity of the OS in pebble
Old tech but good for batt life but not something you would show as a luxury item
OB1

Why do you prefer the pebble to your SW3?


It's a much easier and simpler OS for a watch it quicker to get to everything and doesn't involve you losing any screen space whilst your using it and the battery is insane especially when using heavy applications like running or something when you are in constant sync with your phone.
I use Android Wear's "Okay Google, remind me at (time) to do blah blah blah" feature quite often. It's convenient because you don't even have to press a button, so you can do it even while your other hand is busy carrying something. Is it easy to do the same thing on Pebble Time?
Be careful, the bezel scratches very easily
I have a non-time version and use it daily. I find it rather useful.

1) bring up sms notification of my train seat when approaching the train (I don't have to get my phone out of my pocket).
2) adjust track / volume of music when walking to work without having to get phone out of my pocket.
3) Phone is on silent at work now. My wrist vibrates to let me know of notifications. The configurable txt responses to calls are cool too.
ZeBadger

The configurable txt responses to calls are cool too.



That facility is only for Verizon and AT&T (i.e. American) customers only i.e. it doesn't work in the UK.
The code isn't working
looks like a kids watch
hnisc

That facility is only for Verizon and AT&T (i.e. American) customers only … That facility is only for Verizon and AT&T (i.e. American) customers only i.e. it doesn't work in the UK.



It does work in the UK. You have the choice of dictating a message or using a canned message. I think what happened is that feature wasn't available in the States until recently with Verizon and AT&T now supporting it.
Edited by: "iainmann" 25th Apr 2016
hnisc

That facility is only for Verizon and AT&T (i.e. American) customers only … That facility is only for Verizon and AT&T (i.e. American) customers only i.e. it doesn't work in the UK.



​it does work i use it daily
paul_merton

I use Android Wear's "Okay Google, remind me at (time) to do blah blah … I use Android Wear's "Okay Google, remind me at (time) to do blah blah blah" feature quite often. It's convenient because you don't even have to press a button, so you can do it even while your other hand is busy carrying something. Is it easy to do the same thing on Pebble Time?



I don't own any smartwatch, and this could be out of date information but perhaps this app is what you're looking for >

play.google.com/sto…_GB
iainmann

It does work in the UK. You have the choice of dictating a message or … It does work in the UK. You have the choice of dictating a message or using a canned message. I think what happened is that feature wasn't available in the States until recently with Verizon and AT&T now supporting it.



What network are you using as I definitely can't see that feature with O2?
hnisc

That facility is only for Verizon and AT&T (i.e. American) customers only … That facility is only for Verizon and AT&T (i.e. American) customers only i.e. it doesn't work in the UK.



It is in the pebble s/w for me... Not sure what it has to do with network. I get a call and instead of answering, I select the message on my watch.
hnisc

What network are you using as I definitely can't see that feature with O2?


You configure in the Android Pebble app. Menu -> Settings -> Incoming call responses.

click expire button
rodman

click expire button


I did...
great watch. great battery life lasts about a week. unlike all the other smart watches that last a couple of days if lucky.
Zavvi took about 36 hours to despatch mine, and then gave me an estimated delivery date of over a week from then. Pebble long Time!
coointhezoo

Zavvi took about 36 hours to despatch mine, and then gave me an estimated … Zavvi took about 36 hours to despatch mine, and then gave me an estimated delivery date of over a week from then. Pebble long Time!


Yes me too. They must be making them from scratch for us!
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