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The Pebble Time is now available for pre-order

In case you were one of the 78,000 people who backed the Pebble Time on Kickstarter, here’s your chance. Starting today, all non-backers can now pre-order the Pebble Time.

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The Pebble Time will cost $200 USD. If you are in the US, you’ll only be able to pre-order the smartwatch through Best Buy’s website. For everyone else around the world, you can pre-order through Pebble’s website: getpebble.com.

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It is worth noting that the Pebble Time is currently on back order, meaning that it may take several weeks for your watch to arrive, even if you choose the free shipping option. Pebble is still in the process of fulfilling their Kickstarter backers’ pledges. However there is a $25 shipping option which brings the shipping time to 3-5 days (but that could change as well).

 

The Pebble Time is available in red, white and black.

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Source: Pebble




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