• EEVblog #758 – Pebble Time Smartwatch Unboxing & Review

    Dave unboxes and gives his first impressions review of the new Pebble Time Smartwatch.
    They raised $20M on Kickstarter for this!

    Forum: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog/eevblog-758-pebble-time-smartwatch-unboxing-review/

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      • Hasitier

        First 😉
        I have the old Pebble Steel and setting up and connecting to it was simmilar like with the new one you showed. But Battery really lasts 5 or 6 days so much better than Apple Watch or all the Andriod watches around.
        They claim its waterproof so your mud run won’t destroy it but i think you won’t be able to open it up without destroying it. Surely the used a lot of glue to hold it together.

        • Nice to know I wasn’t the only one who had issues setting it up.

      • Austin T

        All that trouble – I would not call it a SMART watch. Seems like another PIA device.

      • kELAL

        It’s now 5 years since Sony Ericsson brought out its LiveView (a.k.a. Smartwatch 0), but its successors still won’t do jack before it can connect to its smartphone app…
        Some ‘progress’ indeed *sigh*

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