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Pebble is a customizable watch. Download new watchfaces, use sports and fitness apps, get notifications from your phone.
Pebble is a customizable watch. Download new watchfaces, use sports and fitness apps, get notifications from your phone.
Pebble is a customizable watch. Download new watchfaces, use sports and fitness apps, get notifications from your phone.
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Something Special Coming This Way to CES...


Hello Pebblers and happy new year!

It's finally time to show off some of the work that Team Pebble has been working furiously on. Please join us Monday, 6 January at 11 AM Pacific (2 PM Eastern) for an announcement from Eric, streaming on

Pebblers who were part of our CES announcement last year can tell you: you won’t want to miss this! Eric will be sharing news for people new to Pebble, as well as long-time supporters and developers.

Visit Monday after 10am PT for a link to the event. We'll also post a recording of the stream following the event.

As always, thanks for your support and Pebble on!

Team Pebble

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    1. Missing avatar

      Erik on January 6, 2014

      I was thinking the new pebble would implement 2 way communication finally. I do not see any incentive for early adopters as of yet to upgrade to a watch that has, for the most part, the same internals.

    2. Ben Campbell on January 3, 2014

      A machined aluminium pebble?! I can't wait!

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      Maikel Lodewijk on January 3, 2014

      @Graig Cozze Bluetooth 4.0 is already there...

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      Sven Johannsen on January 2, 2014

      Hoping for WP support, but figure the WP OS architecture will make that hard. Would be happy with just basic, mail, text alarm stuff.

    5. michaelheffron on January 2, 2014

      I'll be at CES. Hope to see you there!

    6. Diane Piché on January 2, 2014

      J'espere que nous pourrons voir la jauge de la batterie! Hope that we will see how long it is need before need to charge!

    7. David MacDonald on January 2, 2014

      I'm hoping for a Pebble 2 and a Fitbit partnership. Too much?

    8. Jagdeep Sangha on January 2, 2014

      My pebble has stopped charging, haven't been to get in touch to get this resolved

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    10. Diana Elzinga on January 2, 2014

      My son is thrilled with his pebble, hè is using android. Now the bad part was that hè had to pull two of our dogs apart, by which hè damaged the watch. Its still Alive but the software is acting up. Is there a point where they can look if they can fix the watch?

    11. Connor M. on January 2, 2014

      The real question is: Will Eric be blue again?
      If no, I'm not watching.

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      Craig Weems on January 2, 2014

      I expect the CES announcement is about the Pebble / Mercedes Benz watch which was reported on Autoblog Since the cat is out of the bag why not share?

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      Herpaul Lee on January 2, 2014

      I can not connect my phone to my pebble. I have tried everything in the help menu. I have asked for help through pebble support but I have not received any help. I would really like if someone could help me. It has been 3 weeks now since I don't have the use of my watch and it's very frustrating. I think this is very poor customer service.

      I have 1.13.0 and it will not update to 1.14.0. Let me remind you I have tried everything in the help menu.

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      Dennis Simonin on January 2, 2014

      I was hoping .... Congratulations. I would hope for two features I loved from from now retired ZOMM: cell out of range alarm and 911 access (I am 70 BTW) But I'm betting on the more marketable exercise stuff, which will be useful to me too

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      Dwayne D. on January 2, 2014

      I care less about Windows Phone and more about granular push notification support or better yet! fitbit support! But, if there's gonna be new hardware, let's hope it has a heart rate monitor and the same battery life. I'd love to see that data on Pebble's web-based dashboard #quantifiedself

    16. Matt M. on January 2, 2014

      How can us attending CES be there for the event?

    17. Jeremie Lariviere
      on January 2, 2014

      Looking forward to the news! I'd vote on finalized 2.0 firmware & updated software.

    18. Moskus on January 2, 2014

      Pebble 2 comming up. I'll promise to upgrade if you give us Windows Phone support.