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Pebble Time Smartwatch - US$127.88 (~NZ$205.08 Delivered) @ Amazon US

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From Amazon:
Notifications at a glance: calendar events, text and emails, incoming calls, and more.
Includes Pebble Health, a built-in activity and sleep tracker with daily reports and weekly insights.
Water resistant to 30 meters
Built-In microphone for voice notes and quick replies
Choose from thousands of watch faces and apps in the Pebble App Store with more added every day. (Please note that sending replies works with AT&T iPhone accounts, and most major Android apps including SMS, Hangouts, Gmail, Facebook Messenger, Whatapp and hundreds more. iOS voice features for other carriers will be available in a future software update.). WORKS WITH ANDRIOD 4.3 OR ABOVE

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  • +1

    Good price. Beats the Pebble site even with the 10% off they give you with newsletter signup.

  • +1

    My previous deal is still cheaper:

    • Agree but I don't have an iOS device.

      • In the app it loads up a website. If I could somehow use a VPN or look at my router to find out the domain which I could then share. It would be simple enough to change the user agent to smartwatch pro (if required). I'm going to look up any possible of finding out the domain, do you of any ways to do this that I could use?

        • Not too sure. Maybe there is an iOS app that can record outbound links?

        • @neil: I think I might be getting somewhere with this, i'll let you know if I find the domain.

        • @ClipIt: did you end up finding out how to do this?

        • @Aaron: Not yet im still trying,.

        • +1

          @ClipIt: i found this after a quick google… which looks like it should work.

        • @Aaron: Trying it right now, thanks.

        • @ClipIt: I have figured out how to get the URL. I have tried the proxy but it didn't really work. I know of a public free Wi-Fi I can connect to which blocks shopping websites and comes up with a notice telling me the exact URL even if it is inside an app. The blocking is powered by Fortinet so I sent in a submission asking for to be categorized as shopping. I just received a response saying yes. I should be able to post the URL soon.

        • +1


          So you are the one who keeps getting all the wrongly categorised websites blocked! Ha, just kidding, but nice effort.

    • I nearly bought a Pebble Time from your deal! Im trying to force myself NOT to get a 2nd Pebble :p

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