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Pebble Time 38mm Smartwatch for Android/iOS Devices (black)

daisybeetle 12,376 69,424 April 25, 2016 at 05:43 AM in Smart Watches & Wearables (9) More Monoprice Deals
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Promoted 04-26-2016 by brisar at 05:20 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: Now available for $99.99 w/ free shipping. Promo code START20 has expired.

Monoprice.com has Pebble Time 38mm Smartwatch for Android/iOS Devices (black) for $117.99 - $20 w/ promotion code START20 (Expired) = $97.99. Shipping is $2.99. Thanks daisybeetle

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Written by brisar

  • Our research indicates that this Pebble Time Smartwatch is $21 less (17% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $122. - brisar
  • This price matches the price of our recent 49-TU Front Page Deal for this Smartwatch. - brisar

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Edited May 20, 2016 at 10:30 AM by daisybeetle
Pebble Time 38mm Smartwatch for Android/iOS Devices [monoprice.com]
$117.99 - $20 w/ code START20 = $97.99. Shipping is $2.99.
Now $99.99 with Free Shipping

Features:

Notifications at a glance: calendar events, text and emails, incoming calls, and more.

Includes Pebble Health, a built-in activity and sleep tracker with daily reports and weekly insights.

Built-in microphone for voice notes and quick replies (sending voice replies works with AT&T iPhone accounts and most Android apps including SMS, Hangouts, Gmail, Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp and hundreds more. iOS voice features for other carriers will be available in a future software update)

9.5mm thin chassis with curved, ergonomic profile.

Marine Grade Stainless Steel bezel with PVD coating, matte and polished finishes.

Tough, 2.5D glass display

Tactile buttons for easy, eyes-free control.

Magnetic charging with cable that works in any USB port.

Vibrating motor for discreet alerts and alarms (wake yourself, not your loved ones).
Includes 22mm Silicone Strap and USB Charging Cable.

Battery life up to 7 days

Water resistant to 30 meters
Always on, color e-paper display with LED backlight
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Apple has more restrictions on pebble usage since the iWatch came out.

Android can use it to send texts, either prewritten or via speech recognition. The prewritten are handy in meetings or at loud places.

Uses for a pebble:

Winter. Pebbles buttons work with gloves.

Unobtrusive. After a while you can work it without looking at it, just like the radio in your car.

Event tracking. This seems obvious but most of the other watches expect a net connection. Pebble caches the next 48ish hours on the watch. So you can take a day trip without a phone and still have a complete itinerary on your watch.

navigation. It takes a 3rd party app but it can show you directions (big arrow, distance to turn) on your wrist and will Buzz as you approach turns. Surprisingly convenient in a car, great walking around a strange city.

Prioritizing notifications. I don't send email alerts to my pebble, only texts and calls because they are "real time" to me.

Silent alarms. The watch vibrates but is almost entirely silent so you can use it in meeting a or to wake up without disturbing your spouse.

Audio control. I can control my podcasts and Pandora at the same time. Even do thumbs up and change stations.

As an android user I can do other tricks via tasker, like control my thermostat. You might be able to use apps like Verascenes to do the same thing.
I have this watch in white (since 10/2016) and it works great. Some thoughts:

Pros:
-Battery life (4-5 days)
-Water resistant 30m (I shower with it everyday).
-Wearable alarm, pedometer (NO heartrate)
-Keeps me from unnecessarily staring at my phone (cuz i get lost online just about everytime i unlock).

Cons:
-No touchscreen
-iPhone integration is basic: notifications; music control
-Plastic easy to scratch.
-Does not look sophisticated

Got it for $120 then; Not the best deal but I'd consider rebuying at this price point.

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#3
Is this black only? Waiting for a deal for the white. Good price though, thanks for sharing!
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#4
What makes this better then the zd09 or the 30 dollar Bluetooth watch?
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#5
I would definitely pay $30 for this thing to try and put aside after week or two. But ~$100 - NO WAY.
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#6
Price showing as 117.99 for me. Total came to 100.98 w/shipping.
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#7
I have the Time Steel variant and it's awesome. Lots of satisfied owners of this watch on the Google+ and Reddit group for Pebble.
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#8
I have this watch in white (since 10/2016) and it works great. Some thoughts:

Pros:
-Battery life (4-5 days)
-Water resistant 30m (I shower with it everyday).
-Wearable alarm, pedometer (NO heartrate)
-Keeps me from unnecessarily staring at my phone (cuz i get lost online just about everytime i unlock).

Cons:
-No touchscreen
-iPhone integration is basic: notifications; music control
-Plastic easy to scratch.
-Does not look sophisticated

Got it for $120 then; Not the best deal but I'd consider rebuying at this price point.
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#9
Would this work with IOS ??? Like to send text messages and messenger?
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Apple has more restrictions on pebble usage since the iWatch came out.

Android can use it to send texts, either prewritten or via speech recognition. The prewritten are handy in meetings or at loud places.

Uses for a pebble:

Winter. Pebbles buttons work with gloves.

Unobtrusive. After a while you can work it without looking at it, just like the radio in your car.

Event tracking. This seems obvious but most of the other watches expect a net connection. Pebble caches the next 48ish hours on the watch. So you can take a day trip without a phone and still have a complete itinerary on your watch.

navigation. It takes a 3rd party app but it can show you directions (big arrow, distance to turn) on your wrist and will Buzz as you approach turns. Surprisingly convenient in a car, great walking around a strange city.

Prioritizing notifications. I don't send email alerts to my pebble, only texts and calls because they are "real time" to me.

Silent alarms. The watch vibrates but is almost entirely silent so you can use it in meeting a or to wake up without disturbing your spouse.

Audio control. I can control my podcasts and Pandora at the same time. Even do thumbs up and change stations.

As an android user I can do other tricks via tasker, like control my thermostat. You might be able to use apps like Verascenes to do the same thing.
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Quote from katototo View Post :
, pedometer (NO heartrate)
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FYI TYLt is producing a heart rate monitor smart-strap. If I read the last kick starter update right, they will be shipping beta units next month. I forget what retail will be.

Hopefully it doesn't look too dorky with my steel PT.
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Quote from kigmatzomat View Post :
Apple has more restrictions on pebble usage since the iWatch came out.

Android can use it to send texts, either prewritten or via speech recognition. The prewritten are handy in meetings or at loud places.

Uses for a pebble:

Winter. Pebbles buttons work with gloves.

Unobtrusive. After a while you can work it without looking at it, just like the radio in your car.

Event tracking. This seems obvious but most of the other watches expect a net connection. Pebble caches the next 48ish hours on the watch. So you can take a day trip without a phone and still have a complete itinerary on your watch.

navigation. It takes a 3rd party app but it can show you directions (big arrow, distance to turn) on your wrist and will Buzz as you approach turns. Surprisingly convenient in a car, great walking around a strange city.

Prioritizing notifications. I don't send email alerts to my pebble, only texts and calls because they are "real time" to me.

Silent alarms. The watch vibrates but is almost entirely silent so you can use it in meeting a or to wake up without disturbing your spouse.

Audio control. I can control my podcasts and Pandora at the same time. Even do thumbs up and change stations.

As an android user I can do other tricks via tasker, like control my thermostat. You might be able to use apps like Verascenes to do the same thing.
I have the classic for almost a month now. You are spot on. I don't want to charge daily or have to turn my watch on to see the time. I like it, my only complaint is the look. Pebble are cheaper looking and have a 1st Gen Gameboy graphics. Better screen, better materials, this would be even better. I was considering a Zen since a friend liked theirs, but happier I bought this.
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Quote from Marwin View Post :
I would definitely pay $30 for this thing to try and put aside after week or two. But ~$100 - NO WAY.
if you're not going to use something don't buy it SD lifestyle 2002
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Quote from Friendlyx View Post :
Would this work with IOS ??? Like to send text messages and messenger?
Nope!
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#15
I just want a watch with a customizable face so I can do all those sweet Pokémon mods to it. I don't need texts or any of the other functionality.
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