One of the first and most popular smartwatches to ever grace the wrists of techies, is coming out with some brand new exclusive colors that may appeal to more than just hipsters and anyone that loves bright, and bold pastel like colors that pop off your wrist. The original Pebble Smartwatch is adding some limited edition colors to the lineup, so red, black, orange, and grey are joined up by the three new additions of Fresh Green, Fly Blue, and Hot Pink. The colors feel like they lend themselves wonderfully to anyone calling Miami a home and immediately reminds us of something that you might find people wearing in the game Vice City, that is… if they had smartwatches back then.
Pebble is accompanying these new watch colors with a new slogan of Get Fresh, Get Hot, Get Fly, because that is apparently exactly how we'll all feel if we decide to put any one of these on and wear them around. Everything else about these smartwatches is the same when compared to the original set of pebble colors, so don't think you're missing out on anything if you decide to go one way or the other unless you really dig the bright hues. Just like the other watches these have changeable watch faces, a 5-7 day battery life and are 5ATM water resistant so you can wear them while you exercise or if it's raining and they'll be just fine.
The displays are also extremely readable in sunlight since they have the same display as the original colors, and they cost just $150 to pick up. You can grab any one of these new colors immediately as Pebble already has them up for sale as of now and they'll ship as quickly as next day via Fed Ex if you have to have it as soon as possible. You can also choose the standard shipping at a 3-5 day timeframe through standard post, or 3 flat business days also through Fed Ex. Are you loving these new colors or do you prefer the ones that were already available? I am still partial to anything with a silver or black casing and face myself, although I'm a little more flexible on the band. Is anyone going to pick one of these up?