Pebble Time is the follow-up to the popular Pebble and Pebble Steel. Pebble Time is 20% thinner than the original Pebble, and features a stainless steel bezel, scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass screen, always-on color e-paper display, and up to 7 days of battery life. It launched on February 24th 2015 via a Kickstarter campaign, where early birds were able to back the device for $159 in one of three colors.
Pebble Time also features a quick-release strap with a smart accessory port, which allows for third-party developers to create new straps with sensors that interact directly with the watch.
The device is also sporting a new version of Pebble OS dubbed Timeline, which organizes and displays contextual information like weather, news, flights, and reminders chronologically on your watch. In addition to seeing current notifications, you'll be able to read through previous notifications at any time. All of the current Pebble apps and watch faces are compatible with Pebble Time as well.
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Pebble Time 2
On May 24, 2016, a new Kickstarter was launched for the Pebble Time 2 (along with the Pebble 2 and Pebble Core). The Time 2 is available in gold, black or silver and features a new design with 53% more screen space. It retains many of the same features as the previous version, adding an always-on heart rate monitor, better fitness tracking and longer battery life.
More info and pre-order info can be found on Kickstarter
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