Best Buy to Sell Pebble Smart Watch Starting This Weekend?

Posted July 1, 2013 at 11:42pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 9259 views

According to Best Buy Employees, the company is gearing up to sell the Pebble Smart Watch as soon as this weekend.

Two employees say that they were briefed by upper management regarding selling the Pebble Smart Watch. A leaked inventory screen shows sent to 9to5mac shows an in stock date of 7/7/2013 (This Sunday). The inventory system classifies the Pebble Smart Watch as a "Digital Communication Accessory."

It still is unclear whether this will be a special limited time product or if Best Buy plans to partner with Pebble for future products.

The Pebble was first introduced via Kickstarter project that racked in $100,000 in 2 hours. Featuring an e-paper display and an SDK released earlier this year, it has raised over $10,266,845 to date.

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Lazaro - July 2, 2013 at 12:14pm
Yep looks very true, here is a link to the watch in there online store. Listed as "Coming Soon". http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Smart+Watch+for+Select+Apple%26%23174%3B+and+Android+Devices/9713881.p;jsessionid=DE803D43E6B9B62D33C364F91DF8D24F.bbolsp-app03-110?id=1219034549411&skuId=9713881&st=pebble&cp=1&lp=8
Chet - July 2, 2013 at 7:15am
The watch is a piece of junk, especially on IOS.
Riley - July 2, 2013 at 3:38am
I used to think an Apple iWatch was the dumbest idea ever. Then I saw the Pebble and realized it was one of the best ideas ever. There is so much cool stuff you can do with this thing, it is unbelievable.
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