The Pebble smartwatch has been around for quite a long time compared to the wearables put forth by other manufacturers. It was one of the earliest devices in the smartwatch category. However, that isn’t to say that the Pebble has remained the same since it first came out. The Pebble app store is now home to over 1000 applications, and the original design was improved with the Pebble Steel earlier this year at CES. The original Pebble watch is still available for purchase though, and today a new trio of limited edition Pebble watches in new colors are being put up for purchase on the Pebble website. Pebble is naming these new color schemes Fresh, Hot, and Fly for the green, pink, and blue options respectively. 

In addition to the new color schemes, Pebble is shipping some new watchfaces to match each new watch. A new application from The Weather Channel is also being added to the Pebble app store. Both of these are available now to all Pebble users.

As stated above, this is a one-time production run of these limited edition colors for the Pebble smartwatch. All three new models are available now on the Pebble website for $150 while supplies last.


Source: Pebble Blog

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  • Medallish - Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - link

    I actually just got a Pebble, it really shows just how simple it needs to be in order to work well, I knew something like the Galaxy Gear wouldn't work, it's just overkill, all you really need is simple display tech that works in the sun, color isn't even needed, and a Bluetooth connection and an open platform so we can have cool apps.
    Only thing I wish was that I wouldn't have to shake it around like I'm having a seizure, in order to get it to light up.
  • Tarkhein - Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - link

    Pressing any button lights up the watch and the back button doesn't do anything while you're on the watchface. If the motion sensor isn't working, you can always just use the back button.
  • mgl888 - Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - link

    Great...tackiness just tackier. I'd consider it for a 5 year old girl, but not for $150.
  • teddyboyd - Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - link

    Pebble is indeed a nice smartwatches, one of the top rated but there are other high rated smartwatches in the market (see for example...)

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