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# 243506 14-Dec-2018 22:44
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Diehard Pebble fan after trying out Wear OS and disliking it greatly, looking for any model other than the original, ideally in good condition. Located in East Auckland

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  # 2145597 14-Dec-2018 22:50
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Bummer, I just threw my Pebble Time out last week :(

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  # 2145645 15-Dec-2018 08:05
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I have a pebble 'steel' in black somwhere. (not colour screen). 


Perhaps not what you are looking for. Purchased 2014 or 2015... cant remember. 


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  # 2145748 15-Dec-2018 13:11
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My daughter has a premium one. Pebble time round in polished gold (kickstarter special edition). Not sureif she wants to part with it and not sure what its worth but i personally think that she would be better off with something like a first gen apple watch.

If this is of interest pm me and i can ask her.

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  # 2145761 15-Dec-2018 14:06
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Have you also tried the Fitbit OS? It has roots with Pebble and has a tonne of apps and watchfaces.


Would recommend it over the Pebble these days. Take a look at the Fitbit Versa.

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  # 2145843 15-Dec-2018 16:16
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Yeah the Versa is very much the spiritual successor to the last Pebble, you can tell from the aesthetic.  

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  # 2145902 15-Dec-2018 18:56
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I have a pebble in white.


Also have a pebble 2 in white - only used for a month then put back in original box

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