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Edited by:"SackCity"Found 29th Nov
Last post for the day, I have to get on with some work.

Details below;
  • Compatible with Android and iOS
  • Water resistant to 30 meters with always on, color e-paper display with LED backlight with battery life up to 7 days
  • 9.5mm thin chassis with curved, ergonomic profile, Marine Grade Stainless Steel bezel with PVD coating, matte and polished finishes and Tough, 2.5D glass display
  • Tactile buttons for easy, eyes-free control and vibrating motor for discreet alerts and alarms (wake yourself, not your loved ones).

9 Comments

Is this THE Pebble that was big a few years ago?

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SmilingT2 m ago

Is this THE Pebble that was big a few years ago?


I think it's a newer model, the first generation was not colour from memory.

SackCity35 s ago

I think it's a newer model, the first generation was not colour from …I think it's a newer model, the first generation was not colour from memory.


Fantastic, thanks. Same brand then? I remember when they did amazingly well on a crowdfunding website.

FYI Fitbit now own Pebble outright, I'm not sure how long these are going to be supported for.

My son's had one of these for a while, it does what it does well but the Bluetooth isn't great, but then Bluetooth isn't great on pretty much anything!

Red is available for £69.95.

Just to note: the Time has been available for around the £50 mark in the past, but I don't think it's available from anywhere for that now.

firehazard3 m ago

Red is available for £69.95. Just to note: the Time has been available for …Red is available for £69.95. Just to note: the Time has been available for around the £50 mark in the past, but I don't think it's available from anywhere for that now.


And £50 or less is what I'm waiting for again unless someone else comes out with a programmable watch

spliffhead7 h, 21 m ago

FYI Fitbit now own Pebble outright, I'm not sure how long these are going …FYI Fitbit now own Pebble outright, I'm not sure how long these are going to be supported for.My son's had one of these for a while, it does what it does well but the Bluetooth isn't great, but then Bluetooth isn't great on pretty much anything!

So you're not saying anything there are you
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Edited by: "jco83" 29th Nov

spliffhead1 h, 34 m ago

FYI Fitbit now own Pebble outright, I'm not sure how long these are going …FYI Fitbit now own Pebble outright, I'm not sure how long these are going to be supported for.My son's had one of these for a while, it does what it does well but the Bluetooth isn't great, but then Bluetooth isn't great on pretty much anything!


It has the best Bluetooth so far for me. Casio , huwaei and vector are worse

garbage, its a pebble that will have no support. even free, it would be a piece of rubbish you had to spend time disposing of when it stopped working.
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