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Stopped by Target looking for the Moto 360 and some of their other smart watches are on clearance.

Pebble 2 HR charcoal/flame or black for $38.98 was $129.99 (70% off)

Link for reference:
http://www.target.com/p/pebble-2-...A-51789229

Charcoal/flame:
http://brickseek.com/target-inven...57-03-0865

Black:
http://brickseek.com/target-inven...57-03-0866


Pebble Time Round 20mm for $59.98 was $159.99 (70% off)

Link for reference:
http://www.target.com/p/pebble-ti...A-50255805

Black:
http://brickseek.com/target-inven...57-03-0611
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Most still at 50% for me. If in stock...
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Thanks. I see some in my area at varying prices but actually none are saleable.
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thanks!
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I only see the Pebble Round at $98.00

No luck. The Pebble Round is still $98.00.
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I saw the price at $64 yesterday in local target, and still not changed..
I can see some stores far have $38 thou..
Not sure should wait until local store drops the price or buy at $64..
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Are people still thinking of buying these even after their support was cut? Even $40 seems too much for that but I am happy to be wrong!
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Anyone know what "saleable" quantity refers to? Are the ones that aren't "saleable" displays?
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Anyone know what "saleable" quantity refers to? Are the ones that aren't "saleable" displays?
Here's an explanation from Brickseek:

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On Hand is based on the quantity of an item that a store has in stock regardless of the condition, or the item being on hold. Saleable is the quantity that the store has on record as being available for sale. Often when the Saleable Qty can be less than the on hand Qty because of returns, display items, or damaged goods. If it says there are some on hand, but 0 saleable it is still worth a shot to go in and look.
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Are people still thinking of buying these even after their support was cut? Even $40 seems too much for that but I am happy to be wrong!
Yes, I just bought a Time and Time Steel. I need the water resistance and the always on display is now something I can't go without. The watch does all that I need. Shows me the time, date, local temperature, steps taken, live scores for my teams and all my notifications. I can easily send a text using voice too. If the watch gets banged up, I don't care, I'll just wear the other one (I have 3).

I am selling my Gear S2 now and I'm not looking back.
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I was in my local Target this weekend, and they had the black Pebble Time Steels down to $68, 70% off. None of the other Pebbles were discounted though. I already have a Round, but decided to snap one up for the extra battery life.

As for why you should or shouldn't buy these. I've owned Pebbles since their first Kickstarter, and last year decided to try my first Android Wear watch. I couldn't go back to my Pebble fast enough. I realized I don't want or need a watch that just duplicates battery sucking apps from my phone or makes me a wannabe Dick Tracy, I just need it to simply display notifications, and lets me dismiss them as needed. I'd also like it to have a display that can stay on ALL THE TIME so that it can actually be, you know, a WATCH, without having to charge it before the day was over. It should also have a display I can actually see in broad sunlight so that it can once again, be a watch.

The Pebble OS also is just nice and snappy to get around, without having all the extra overhead of a full blown OS that really belongs on a different class of device. And having actual physical buttons is a godsend, especially if you're attempting to use it in situations where you can't or shouldn't be looking at the screen, like when driving, or in the middle of a conversation. The battery life is also just miles ahead of any other smartwatch out there.

So yes, I'd say it's well worth buying a Pebble still...I still haven't seen any other smartwatch worth a damn personally compared to it.
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I was in my local Target this weekend, and they had the black Pebble Time Steels down to $68, 70% off. None of the other Pebbles were discounted though. I already have a Round, but decided to snap one up for the extra battery life.

As for why you should or shouldn't buy these. I've owned Pebbles since their first Kickstarter, and last year decided to try my first Android Wear watch. I couldn't go back to my Pebble fast enough. I realized I don't want or need a watch that just duplicates battery sucking apps from my phone or makes me a wannabe Dick Tracy, I just need it to simply display notifications, and lets me dismiss them as needed. I'd also like it to have a display that can stay on ALL THE TIME so that it can actually be, you know, a WATCH, without having to charge it before the day was over. It should also have a display I can actually see in broad sunlight so that it can once again, be a watch.

The Pebble OS also is just nice and snappy to get around, without having all the extra overhead of a full blown OS that really belongs on a different class of device. And having actual physical buttons is a godsend, especially if you're attempting to use it in situations where you can't or shouldn't be looking at the screen, like when driving, or in the middle of a conversation. The battery life is also just miles ahead of any other smartwatch out there.

So yes, I'd say it's well worth buying a Pebble still...I still haven't seen any other smartwatch worth a damn personally compared to it.
Haven't seen one YET. Innovation always comes at a cost, but in order to achieve that we have to get through all of the junk first.
All those smart watches that you referred to are getting us to that point, aren't they?
I remember a time not too long ago people were saying the same thing about smart phones and how they didn't want to move away from a flip phone, now look at where we are.
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none near me. but thanks
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Are people still thinking of buying these even after their support was cut? Even $40 seems too much for that but I am happy to be wrong!
They're still online and fully operational for another 10 months or so, and as long as you get all the watchfaces and apps you want ahead of time it will do everything you need even when the servers go down. I have one and they're great, though I'm currently rocking the Moto 360 that I fleeced Target for last week. Pebble watches definitely have a lot going for them that higher tech watches lack. I may go back to it eventually.
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Are people still thinking of buying these even after their support was cut? Even $40 seems too much for that but I am happy to be wrong!
Got a classic when the refurbished was on sale for like $10. Can't tell you how much I love it. Have a "pebble" deal alert to grab them when they get low on price to stock up!
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