Pebble Time Smartwatch REVIEW
Pebble Time Review!
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Past, present and future-at your fingertips. Pebble Time’s new timeline interface respects that busy people want to get. Things. Done. Pebble time lets you act now, reflect on the past, and look into the future – and do it all for up to 7 days on a single charge. Includes Pebble Health, a built-in activity and sleep tracker with daily reports and weekly insights.
With a new color e-paper screen that's always on and always visible (even in bright daylight), and a thin, comfortable ergonomic design, it's easy to wear all the time. The Pebble Time smartwatch is the companion you’ll want with you every moment, every day. Includes: ●USB charging cable ●22mm silicone strap.
If you don’t need to make calls on your watch, this is the one. Best all-around
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I’ve owned so many watches and smart bands/fitness bands, I can definitely give a detailed idea of what makes the Pebble watches shine vs the competition. Let me get this out of the way…if battery life is important and you don’t want to be charging every day or two, this is your watch. Other watches have good battery life (like the Martian Notifier I owned), but they don’t have near the functions/features/capabilities of this watch. This is such a joy to own because it “just works” and you aren’t always charging it. I’ve never had a notification from email/text/phone call not come through in the few weeks that I’ve owned it. I love Android phones and I’ve played with Android Wear watches, but I’m astonished at how well the Pebble OS just does everything I need it without feeling like a smart phone on my arm. Other people have said it, but this watch truly is an extension of your phone.
Its beautiful with a few limitations, I am keeping it (week 2, 5, 9, & 12 edits)
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Let me set the context, I’ve been using Pebble and Pebble Steel for a while. I am a fan of Apple User Interface (Macs, iPhone, etc.) and have several Apple products but I think they failed with Apple Watch.
Replaced My Moto 360 **UPDATE** MARCH 25TH, 2016 W/ PHOTOS
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The Pebble Time improves on everything that bothered me about my Moto 360 while retaining similar functionality. It doesn’t feel cumbersome on the wrist, the battery life is best in class and it does everything a smartwatch should do really, really, well.
Great watch, needs a few small tweaks
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I have had my white Pebble Time smartwatch for over a month now, so I feel that I have gotten to know it rather intimately by this time. It’s my constant companion. Here we go…
A great semi smart watch that wont break the bank!
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I have been using my Pebble Time for about 3 weeks and so far I am very pleased with it and have only had a couple minor issues. In contrary to what some others are posting this watch seems to be pretty darn robust, I have been wearing it daily to work (I am an electrician) and have crawled through attic spaces, gotten it covered in sheetrock dust cutting in boxes, gotten it wet and it has gotten quite dirty from day to day and other than a couple very small minor scuffs it has maintained its finish. I did have a couple issues where it would have to be resynced via bluetooth to my iPhone after a Pebble firmware update and the iPhone app stopped showing daily activity even though the sleep activity still worked in the app until I updated the iPhone app. Bluetooth range is good, backlight is strong and the screen is super easy to read in sunlight. The silicone watch band gets sticky if you sweat but I have had no adverse reactions to the band. My only gripe would be that the charging cable will sometimes have a hard time connecting if the recessed power pads on the watch get dirty, I’ve had to use q-tip swabs to clean the charging pads on the watch 3 times so far. The battery life is only about 3 days maximum when connected to bluetooth but when in airplane mode for extended periods the battery life will get a big boost. I highly recommend putting watch into aircraft mode when if wearing it to track sleep patterns as my phone is 150′ away in another room at night when I would roll over onto the watch it would lose bluetooth connection and the disconnection notification (vibration) would wake me up!
One of the best products I’ve ever purchased.
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I had wanted to wait a few days before I wrote a review to get my full opinion on the watch, here’s what I’ve experienced with it so far.
It lasts through the day!!!
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Ok, so I’ve had an Moto 360 prior to the Pebble. I really like the Android wear capabilities and functionality except for one huge glaring issue… BATTERY. A watch that can’t show me the time whenever I glance at it and make it to the end of the day without the need for charging just isn’t going to cut it for me. So I got the Pebble Time due to the reasonable price and good reviews.