Amazon Offering the Pebble Smartwatch for $120 with Amazon Prime Shipping!

Those looking to pick up a new smartwatch, but don't want to pay $300 or more for the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Gear or Qualcomm's Toq. You've probably had your eyes on the Pebble for quite  a while. It actually made quite the splash back at CES in January of this year. With many other tech enthusiasts excited, and they literally couldn't shut up about it. Well the smartwatch finally came out earlier this year and launched on Amazon, and Best Buy a few months ago for about $150. That's not bad for a smartwatch, right? But hey, they've got it even cheaper right now. Amazon and Best Buy are both offering the Pebble for just $120. Best Buy is offering free shipping, while Amazon has this as one of their Amazon Prime products. So that if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can enjoy free 2-day shipping on this product and get it on Tuesday. Or if you want to pay the extra $4, you can get it tomorrow.

We don't know, as usual, how long this sale is going to last. So you better get in there quick. I mean it's only $30, but then again a Chromecast is only $30 right now at both Amazon and Best Buy as well. This price is only available for the Red and Black Pebbles it appears. Which isn't a huge deal. Still pretty cool. The Pebble really doesn't do a whole lot, but it is compatible with both iOS and Android. It allows you to see your Text Messages, phone calls and more on it's display. You can also change the clock face, which is pretty cool, but then again most smartwatches allow you to do that. The battery should also last longer than the Galaxy Gear, as Pebble is touting about 5-7 days of battery. Which means you should get about a week out of it. Remember it does connect to your phone via Bluetooth. For those interested, we've got links to both Best Buy and Amazon down below.

Amazon - Pebble Smartwatch $120

Best Buy - Pebble Smartwatch $120

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