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Pebble Smart Watch for iPhone and Android Devices (Red)
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- View notifications from email, SMS, Caller ID, calendar and your favorite apps on your wrist.
- Includes Pebble timeline, a chronological display of calendar and notifications
- Download watch faces and apps to suit your style and interests.
- Control music playing on iTunes, Spotify, Pandora and more.
- Rechargeable battery lasts 5-7 days on a single charge
- Compatible with both Apple (iOS 6 and higher) and Android devices (OS 4.0 and higher)
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From the manufacturer
Thoughtful Engineering in a Wearable Design
The Pebble Smartwatch connects to your iOS or Android smartphone via Bluetooth so you get the information you need exactly when you need it. Designed to make your life easier, Pebble provides personalized notifications and downloadable apps to keep you in the loop when you're on the go. You can also customize with watchfaces and apps to suit your personal style and interests. It features a long-lasting battery, user-friendly operation, and a screen that's readable even in bright daylight or underwater. Pebble comes with a USB charging cable and Quick Start Guide.
Pebble does more than just tell the time. It displays email, SMS, Caller ID and other notifications from your favorite apps right on your wrist, allowing you to leave your phone in your pocket while you’re in meetings, social engagements or on the go. Pebble alerts you with a silent vibration to incoming calls, meeting reminders, and notifications from apps like Facebook and Twitter and organizes it all: Pebble’s Timeline interface arranges all your daily events, reminders and notifications in an easy-to-read chronological view. And because of its long-lasting battery life, Pebble blends in to your day to day activities without slowing you down while you're running, cycling, or just going about your busy schedule.
Pebble has a straightforward, wearable design that lets you get the information you need in just one glance. The e-Paper display is easy to read even in direct sunlight so you can always see what's going on inside or out. Lightweight and comfortable to wear, Pebble won't weigh you down when you're on the move. Its 5 ATM salt or fresh water rating means you'll still be accessible if caught in a downpour or swimming, and the scratch-resistant display can take some hard knocks while keeping its good looks. The battery conveniently lasts five to seven days on a single charge
Access Downloadable Apps
Pebble gives you quick access to a range of downloadable apps for endless combinations that suit your hobbies, interests, and lifestyle. Health and fitness apps like Misfit, Jawbone, Runkeeper and others let you track steps, sleep and workouts. If you're ready to hit the links, the FreeCaddie golf app lets you see the distance to the green at over 25,000 golf courses. And since Pebble is an open platform, new apps are always in the works from our development community and partners, letting you take advantage of new watchfaces, games, and other innovations.
Even Easier with Timeline
Pebble timeline collects all of your daily appointments, notifications, and events and arranges them in single, easy-to-read chronological view, accessed by the same easy-access UP and DOWN buttons that let you scroll through watchfaces and menus. The SELECT button takes you to the main menu which includes music control, alarm, and settings. A simple tap on the watch or flick of your wrist will illuminate the backlight. To charge Pebble, simply connect it to a computer using the included custom USB cable.
Make It Your Own
Pebble is easy to personalize to reflect your style and personality. Choose from a variety of downloadable watchfaces, and even swap in a standard-sized 22mm watchband of your choice for a custom look (sold separately).
With notifications, you can get discreet updates on the information that is most important to you. In addition to Caller ID, email, text message and calendar alerts, you can choose to receive notifications from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more.
Enjoy Your Favorite Music on the Go
Control your favorite music apps--including iTunes, Spotify, and Pandora—from your Pebble without missing a beat while running, cycling, or just playing music from a dock at home.
Works with iPhones and Android Phones
Pebble connects wirelessly via Bluetooth with iOS and Android devices. Pebble works best with iPhone (iOS6 and up) or Android devices (OS4.0 and up).
Pebble 1.5 Red- Retail
NOTE:If you are experiencing any display issues with your screen (e.g. dead pixels), please try doing a factory reset on the watch first, to remove any potentially harmful apps. To restore your Pebble to factory settings, select Settings from the main menu, then choose Factory Settings, which is the very last option.
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-Durable (despite rumors)
-Notification ' Genius
-Battery ' Life
-Gorgeous e-ink display
-High tech look
-Simple phone ' Integration
-App Store ' Selection
-Black and white
-Pictures look horrible
-Charging cable is proprietary (don't lose it!)
Note: My watch is paired with an Android phone, I don't have experience with iPhones unfortunately.
The most amazing thing to me is that this was one of the first smart watches available and it truly is one of the best. I have broken down highlights (and some low points) of this product based on category. Enjoy!
Screen - The e-ink display is brilliant. Those who own a Kindle are familiar with e-ink displays and this one is the same kind of awesome. The display can be seen in all brightness levels except low to dark. But, with a flick of your wrist in the dark, the Backlight turns on, problem solved! The screen and watch are both durable, more so than some reviews suggest. You do have to be careful about scratching the screen as you will be looking at it a lot. I typically scratch the face of my watches through normal wear and tear so I instinctively slapped a screen protector on.
Interface - I used to think that I didn't need a smart watch ', that it would get in the way. But, immediately after putting on the Pebble and pairing it to my phone, instantly my world transformed. Notifications would pop up and then vanish with a push of a button. Text messages that required a yes/no/Ok were sent at the blink of an eye. All of a sudden, the issues that I was having with my phone disappeared magically and the phone became smarter and more useful to me. It's quite literally that the inventors of this crazy watch knew exactly how to solve the smartphone problems that we never realized existed!
Design - Not quite there as blocky electronic products go. Mine is a very fashionable red which does not offer smooth styling as a traditional timepiece might. However, you get past the looks quickly once the watch is on and doing its thing. Pebble has addressed the ugliness of this product in newer models especially the Pebble Time Round. Although, when it comes to getting things done, you barely notice that your watch looks a little out of place. The buttons (three on the right, one on the left) were something that I believed would be an annoyance especially with such nice touchscreen interfaces on our phones. But, these buttons were practically thought out and have multifunctional capabilities. So much that you really do forget that there is no touchscreen to navigate. And, it actually gives you a break from all the swiping, typing and (sometimes) jabbing that come with a touch screen.
Apps and Watch Faces - Not entirely sure how much memory is on the watch, but it holds up to eight apps/faces which can be downloaded and loaded onto the watch through the Pebble app on the phone. Apps and watch faces are a must for this product as they personalize the gadget to your needs. Would you like a clock that tells you the weather? There are tons of them. Looking for an app to give you turn by turn directions? It's available. Pebble has created a community and an app store which is highly useful and open to developers. Which means that this watch will evolve over time based on your needs. Much like finding out that the painting you bought from a garage sale was worth a million dollars, this watch keeps getting better.
Also, for those using Runkeeper, the watch automatically switches over to exercise mode, showing current workout stats and allowing you to pause/start the activity. Really useful especially when you don't want to mess with your phone during a jog or long walk.
And that is on top of the ton of features that already made me a Pebble believer. Enjoy.
What ends up happening is that you start using your phone when you absolutely need to instead of simply to dismiss notifications. Which leads to Facebook, then email, then chatting, etc. Oh no, where did the time go!!??
Pictures - Ahh pictures. Don't even bother as depth and shading appear as a pixelated mess on the tiny B&W screen. THAT requires a smartphone. Although, there are a couple Pebble apps that act as shutter releases for your phone camera, which is nice.
One final thought on the lack of a touchscreen. Android Wear, Samsung and Apple watches all have this feature. And, as a result cost more. The Pebble offers a unique blend of usability and is a more than capable alternative. However, if touch is something you need to do, I would say the Pebble line is not for you.
Battery life - They say the watch will last 7 days without a charge. This is actually very conservative as my watch easily surpasses this time frame. Quick tip: Turn off the Bluetooth at night as this extends the battery life.
Recommendation: Buy, but buy it really cheap and refurbished if possible. Pebble offers newer color e-ink display models that are sexier and by all means better (especially with voice recognition). But, if you don't want to spend too much, the original Pebble is still worth the purchase.
I have a very cheap android phone ($50) and installed "Pebble OLD VERSION" from Goggle play. That immediately synced with my Pebble and allows me to install apps. Most apps have not been updated since 2015, and if they require dynamic content from a developer (such as maintaining a web hosting service to push data to the app) it seems as most of the dynamic content has been abandoned. So most apps that display weather or something current with apps for this classic pebble are often unable to sync data from the intended developer. I'm actually OK with that and anticipate this as Pebble was intended as an open source development community. So most classic apps seem to be made by hobbyists and people just having fun.
I am extremely happy with this watch for the following reasons:
It syncs with the Amazon Music Android App and allows me to control the tracks remotely.
There are pedometers and sleep monitoring apps available that standalone on the watch (do not need an active connection to your phone) and can work in the background while running other apps (meaning you are always counting your steps)
I can easily setup notifications from ANY android app and usually dismiss the notification from my watch (great for setting up reminders).
I can reply to texts (with formatted responses) without getting my phone out of my pocket.
I can set alarms to vibrate my wrist so only I am aware of them
The battery lasts for days and can usually charge completely while I get a shower.
So the people that review this product as a defunct piece of junk, are likely the folks wanting a professional app ecosystem fully supported by developers funded by millions of R&D (like various Google, Apple, Amazon, Samsung apps). The old version of Pebble is NOT that. It is more like a Linux/Open Source experience where you need to be accustomed to working with beta software that can be a little buggy at times. But I personally enjoy that experience.
I love this one so much. The only thing it is missing that the U80 has is the ability to use the watch as a speaker phone. Other than that it has so much more, including the ability to see my text notifications which was the whole reason I wanted a smart watch. I just started working outside of the house after being a work at home mom for 12 years and I wanted my kids to be able to reach me in an emergency when I didn’t have my phone on.
It does that part great.
My favorite watchface so far is Fair Weather (the one you can see in the picture). My most used apps so far are Misfit (an app kind of like the Fitbit), Morpheuz (I have a sleep study coming up, I thought I’d get a jump on it, turns out I sleep like crap), and Music For Pebble. I actually like the watchface more than anything else. I’m a bit of a “how full is the moon because I want to know if my kids are going to be crazy tonight” kind of superstitious. I’ve looked through a lot of apps but I’m waiting for ones that I see that say you must have me, I will make your life simpler.
I would really like to get the Pebble Time next because of all of the new features but that is something that will have to be put off until another day. I’m giving this 4 stars because the cheapie smartwatch I bought had speakerphone capability. If a $25 dollar smartwatch can do that, a Pebble in the $100 range should be able to also.
I bought the Pebble Smart Watch myself. Amazon verified purchase.