Amazon offers the Pebble Time Round 20mm Smartwatch for Apple and Android devices in Black or Silver/Stone for $179.99 shipped. Also available at Best Buy via eBay or B&H. For a pricing comparison, this timepiece originally retailed for $250 and recently received a price drop to $200. Today’s deal is the lowest price that we’ve tracked.
Dubbed “the thinnest and lightest smartwatch in the world”, the Pebble Time Round is 7.5mm thin and weighs in at 28 grams. Features include access to the full Pebble suite of apps like Health with built-in sleep and activity tracking. It is compatible with iOS and Android devices so you’ll receive notifications from either ecosystem. Battery life is slated to last up to two days. Rated 3.9/5 stars by 129 Amazon customers.
Amazon also has the Samsung Gear S2 Smartwatch for Android in dark gray or silver for $249 shipped. That’s a savings of $50 off the original listing, within $10 of the lowest that Amazon has sold it for direct and the best price available. The Samsung Gear S2 has a 1.2-inch display, is compatible with Android 4.4 or later, and offers full access to notifications, apps, and more. Rated 3.9/5 stars.
If you’re not interested in smartphone connectivity, Amazon has dropped the Casio Men’s Tough Solar Watch in black down to $17.48 Prime shipped (Reg. $25+). That’s the lowest price they’ve ever sold it for and the best currently available. Rated 4.4/5 stars.
Pebble Time Round Description:
This is a smart watch? All the easy-to-use, time-saving features that Pebble pioneered to define the smart watch category, now available in a design that’s lighter and thinner than any other smart watch. Its battery lasts for days – not hours – and its bright e-paper display is always on. Check notifications, incoming calls, texts, and your calendar, all at a glance. Includes Pebble Health, a built-in activity and sleep tracker with daily reports and weekly insights. Behind all those smarts, it’s still a great watch. It just also happens to look like one.
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