Pebble Classic Fitness Smartwatch - Black @ Argos - £39.95
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Pebble Classic Fitness Smartwatch - Black @ Argos - £39.95

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Found 8th AprMade hot 8th Apr
Read emails, texts, incoming calls and calendars and access your favourite apps. Discover thousands of apps and watchfaces to customise your Pebble Smartwatch to fit your life. Control music with iTunes, Spotify and Pandora. Rechargeable battery lasts 5-7 days on a single charge. Waterproof up to 50 metres.

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Does this have GPS for hiking?

S.c.0.TT.y

Does this have GPS for hiking?



It does not unfortunately.

These are great for receiving messages, emails and notifications. Not so great if you need to reply anything other than a canned message.

If you use If This Then That (IFTT) then you will love the Pebble Classic.

myotherusernameisclean

These are great for receiving messages, emails and notifications. Not so … These are great for receiving messages, emails and notifications. Not so great if you need to reply anything other than a canned message. If you use If This Then That (IFTT) then you will love the Pebble Classic.

I've had a Pebble since kickstarter, but am new to IFTTT. What kind of things do you use it for in combination with a Pebble?

It looks hideous!

Haven't pebble gone out of business causing problems with warranty etc?

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Hi guys, I took mine back to Argos today, I'd owned it for 10 months, sadly it developed a fault. Argos response to this was 100% refund (£49.99). Buying from Argos will give you 12 months peace of mind. I've only been Pebble Less for 3 hours and I'm already missing it. Most basic device ever, but does what it does perfectly.

Buy one and love it.

Edited by: "reddeviluk" 8th Apr

don't buy, no support pebble is no more

kiaclare

Haven't pebble gone out of business causing problems with warranty etc?



I thought they got acquired by Fitbit, so they will inherit any historic warranty claims etc.

EDIT : Actually they only acquired the software side, they didn't want to touch the hardware side.
Edited by: "speric07" 8th Apr

ppoze

don't buy, no support pebble is no more



You'll still get 12 months warranty with Argos ... seem like a fair risk to me.

reddeviluk

Hi guys, I took mine back to Argos today, I'd owned it for 10 months, … Hi guys, I took mine back to Argos today, I'd owned it for 10 months, sadly it developed a fault. Argos response to this was 100% refund (£49.99). Buying from Argos will give you 12 months peace of mind. I've only been Pebble Less for 3 hours and I'm already missing it. Most basic device ever, but does what it does perfectly.Buy one and love it.


Was it the lines on the screen fault by any chance? Easy fix if so.

fire_emblem

It does not unfortunately.



It's wrong in so many ways. Actually it's: "It does not, thanks god"
It's a watch. Not tracker, personal trainer, coffee machine or sex robot. Just a watch. Smartwatch. Shows time and notification. An - unlike all other competitors - can be charged once a week

speric07

EDIT : Actually they only acquired the software side, they didn't want to … EDIT : Actually they only acquired the software side, they didn't want to touch the hardware side.



They just released software update for Pebble app showing signs of opening whole system which actually is a very good thing. Very promising

jaydeeuk1

Was it the lines on the screen fault by any chance? Easy fix if so.




It was JayDee, I read the fixes, but decided that I'd return it and possibly buy a new one and save £10 in the process.

Rich

reddeviluk

It was JayDee, I read the fixes, but decided that I'd return it and … It was JayDee, I read the fixes, but decided that I'd return it and possibly buy a new one and save £10 in the process.Rich


Fair enough

HaraldBB

It's wrong in so many ways. Actually it's: "It does not, thanks god"It's … It's wrong in so many ways. Actually it's: "It does not, thanks god"It's a watch. Not tracker, personal trainer, coffee machine or sex robot. Just a watch. Smartwatch. Shows time and notification. An - unlike all other competitors - can be charged once a week



Relax, I own the Pebble time, I never said it needed to wash my car and feed my kids. I do have other smartwatches and fitness bands which have the heart rate monitor and GPS, that's all. I still wear the Time everyday as my main watch.
Edited by: "fire_emblem" 8th Apr

fire_emblem

Relax, I own the Pebble time, I never said it needed to wash my car and … Relax, I own the Pebble time, I never said it needed to wash my car and feed my kids. I do have other smartwatches and fitness bands which have the heart rate monitor and GPS, that's all. I still wear the Time everyday as my main watch.



So is mine. Shame they cancelled Time2.
Hope they will open source the app - then I'll buy one more Time to have something until next reliable e-ink smartwatch appears. Hopefully without any unnecessary cr*p

I have one of these as my watch when i'm doing the gardening, or DIY etc.. its great for being knocked about, easy to wash off afterwards.. its good for going swimming with or fixing the car etc..

I save my LG Urbane as my going out watch.

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reddeviluk

Hi guys, I took mine back to Argos today, I'd owned it for 10 months, … Hi guys, I took mine back to Argos today, I'd owned it for 10 months, sadly it developed a fault. Argos response to this was 100% refund (£49.99). Buying from Argos will give you 12 months peace of mind. I've only been Pebble Less for 3 hours and I'm already missing it. Most basic device ever, but does what it does perfectly.Buy one and love it.



My son bought one last year, returned it yesterday and they gave him a replacement (no offer of a refund) after asking if it had been dropped, got wet, etc. and then suggesting we might have to contact the manufacturers...
Look like experiences may vary.

Also, I was told when he bought it that there was a 2 year guarantee - but that's not mentioned on the receipt.

haritori

I have one of these as my watch when i'm doing the gardening, or DIY … I have one of these as my watch when i'm doing the gardening, or DIY etc.. its great for being knocked about, easy to wash off afterwards.. its good for going swimming with or fixing the car etc.. I save my LG Urbane as my going out watch.



What, no Rolex?

Banned

Just for looking as was curious as what the device does, im probably now gonna get tons of ads on my facebook, email, amazon to check out these type of watches

Spartan88

What, no Rolex?



Well no I couldnt afford one..

I think my first digital watch in 1981 was this size, and chrome, i mean style never goes out of fashion. lol

Drewy

Just for looking as was curious as what the device does, im probably now … Just for looking as was curious as what the device does, im probably now gonna get tons of ads on my facebook, email, amazon to check out these type of watches


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thanks op. ended up buying it today after seeing ur post. loving it so far. well worth 40 and best thing is argos, no issue ever refunding or exchanging if there are any issues

a lot of negative reviews on amazon, as there seems to be a problem with the screen breaking/lines. it happened to mine. it is a good basic notification device though, just the build quality is a bit pants.

Does this have iOS Apple Watch functionality?
Does it have GPS?
Does it control your home gadgets?
Does it have extensive apps store?
Can it monitor your heart rate?
Do the company still trade ad a going concern?
Do you get software support and updates?
Is it reliable?
No its Sh it in all ways, save your money buy something decent
Edited by: "westonborn" 11th Apr

westonborn

Does this have iOS Apple Watch functionality?Does it have GPS?Does it … Does this have iOS Apple Watch functionality?Does it have GPS?Does it control your home gadgets?Does it have extensive apps store?Can it monitor your heart rate?Do the company still trade ad a going concern?Do you get software support and updates?Is it reliable?No its Sh it in all ways, save your money buy something decent


What would you recommend for 40 quid?
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