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Pebble Time Round Price in Philippines

Smartwatches don’t have to always look incredibly boxy, nor do they have to look like miniature geeky computers on your wrist. The Pebble Time Round takes the stigma of smartwatches being geeky and throws it out the window by being one of the most attractive smartwatches out there. Read more below!

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Best price for Pebble Time Round in Philippines is ₱ 8,825.00

You can buy the Pebble Time Round at the lowest price of ₱ 8,825.00 from Lazada which is 42% cheaper than the Pebble Time Round that is sold by BigBigPlace at the price of ₱ 15,181.00, you can also buy it from Galleon and BigBigPlace. Alternatively, the Pebble Time Round is also sold in Hong Kong at BigBigPlace with the price of ₱ 15,186.00 and Indonesia at weshop.co.id with the price of ₱ 5,714.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 5,531.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of ₱ 6,560.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of ₱ 2,726.00. Pricing details were last updated at 19 May 2018, 00:57.

Price List by Country for Pebble Time Round

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 2,268.00 PHP 15,186.00
Indonesia IDR 1.539.000 PHP 5,714.00
Malaysia MYR 419.00 PHP 5,531.00
Philippines PHP 8,825.00 PHP 8,825.00
Singapore SGD 167.20 PHP 6,560.00
Thailand THB 1,660 PHP 2,726.00

Specs of Pebble Time Round

Display
Display Size 1.25"
Display Resolution 180 x 180pixels
Always-on Display
Multi-touch
Display Type OLED
Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Windows Phone Compatibility
Body
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Housing Shape Round
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Leather
Removable Strap
Functions
Stopwatch
Messaging
Music Player
Radio
Pedometer
Sleep Tracker
Heart Rate
Connectivity
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
NFC
USB
GPS
Cellular
Features
Dustproof
Water Resistant
Shockproof
Scratchproof
Built-in Microphone
SIM Card Slot
Camera
Built-in Camera
Memory
Memory Card Slot

Pebble Time Round Philippines

Smart & Stunning

Pebble has always been one of the more unique smartwatch makers out there. Their line-up of Pebble smartwatches brings the best of everything together: up to 10 days of battery life, always-on displays, waterproofing, incredibly intuitive interface – all at great affordable prices. The Pebble Time Round is no different.

Leaving behind their iconic squared and rectangular designs, the Pebble Time Round brings back the familiarity of a round watch face that most traditional mechanical watches employ. The Pebble Time Round is the thinnest and lightest smartwatch in the market yet. It’s also available in two different sizes, a variety of finishes, compatible with most standard watch straps, and a versatile choice of watch faces that is found on the Pebble app store.

Fitness through Style

Just because the Pebble Time Round looks like a traditional watch doesn’t mean it has forgotten all about it’s smart features that make it functional. The Pebble Time Round still packs in fitness and exercise features that help you to stay at the top of your game.

The Pebble Time Round can track your steps, your calories burned, the distance travelled – all the standard tracking data in the thinnest smartwatch ever. Because of its long 3-day battery life, the Pebble Time Round can also track the wearer’s sleep (no more worrying about having to charge it almost every night).

Stylishly Functional

The Pebble Time Round lets you stay stylish while you stay up-to-date with notifications delivered straight to your wrist. A microphone built into the slim profile of the Pebble Time Round enables users to reply messages and take notes on the go with the built-in voice dictation feature – truly a hands-free experience.

The round always-on display of the Pebble Time Round is also great for being on-top of your notifications as they come. Got some notifications on your smartphone but it’s inappropriate to check on it? Just pull up your wrist instead and you’ll get all your alerts and notifications in quick glanceable sizes. The Pebble Time Round also feature’s Pebble’s useful timeline that lets you check on upcoming and past events.

Reviews of Pebble Time Round

91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-16
Alwayson display, Decent battery life and quick charging, Customisability, Range of thirdparty apps,  
Lacks heart rate monitor, Proprietary cable
“Worth a look if you're after a practical, usable smartwatch”I remember getting goose pimples when I tried a smartwatch for the very first time, and it vibrated and delivered the first call alert to my wrist. This was sometime in the middle of 2013, and o...
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androidguys.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-03
That isn't to say that the Pebble Time Round is too light . I found that after getting used to wearing it all day, the weight actually strikes the perfect balance between being light and durable. Coming from a 1st gen Moto 36, which weighs nearly twice th...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-01
Charges quickly, Clean, simple user interface, Wonderfully slim and lightweight, Rich watch face and app selection
Battery life could be better, Low colour and pixel count, Small display with thick bezels, Aesthetic combinations can be hit or miss
Pebble Time Round review: Not only is Pebble's latest smartwatch round, it's the thinnest on the market. But are the trade-offs worth it to achieve those looks?Until now Pebble has produced four distinct smartwatches, all of which pack rectangular display...
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geekdad.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-09
Image courtesy of PebbleWhen Pebble announced the Pebble Time Round a few days after my Pebble Time review, I was surprised The Time seemed like such a solid platform to build on, I wasn't sure what a new version of the hardware was going to do for them L...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-10
Slim design is uniquely appealing compared to other smartwatches, Battery easily lasts two days, and charges quickly, Maintains the Pebble character with alwayson, customizable watch faces
Round display lacks app support, even from existing partners, Printed minute markers on some models clash with nonanalog watch faces, iPhone support still far behind Android
One universal truth about consumer electronics is that they never have enough battery life. Instead, gadget makers opt for thinner and lighter designs, and battery is the first thing to go in pursuit that extra curb appeal. Smartwatches might be the rare...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-10
Slim design is uniquely appealing compared to other smartwatches, Battery easily lasts two days, and charges quickly, Maintains the Pebble character with always-on, customizable watch faces
Round display lacks app support, even from existing partners, Printed minute markers on some models clash with non-analog watch faces, iPhone support still far behind Android
One universal truth about consumer electronics is that they never have enough battery life. Instead, gadget makers opt for thinner and lighter designs, and battery is the first thing to go in pursuit that extra curb appeal.Smartwatches might be the rare c...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-01
Stunnin, svelte desig, Compatible with Android and iO, Always-on scree, Text reply for iOS
Shorter battery life than other Pebble watche, Expensiv, Lack of compatible apps
When I first saw pictures of the Pebble Time Round, I was in awe, but skeptical that a smartwatch could be so thin and sexy. But it really is. This is the slimmest and most beautiful smartwatch on the market. To deliver on the slim profile, though, Pebble...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-25
Elegant design is thin, light, beautiful, Round display is Pebble's first, used well for apps and info, Performance snappy and reliable, Battery charges up in very little time, Voice input is still good, leverages Android Wear well, Time OS is still quirk...
Display backlight sometimes tough to trigger, Bright daylight viewing can be a little difficult, Only 2 day battery life, Apps still haven't fully made the transition to round software, Not applicable in as many situations (only splash resistant)
Something we all want from our smartwatches is to have them look as close to an actual watch as possible. Of course, some of the latest Android Wear releases can certainly be considered fashionable, and more importantly, indistinguishable from regular tim...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-21
Sophisticated, ultra-thin design makes the Time Round the prettiest smartwatch Pebble has made yet, Compatible with both Android and iOS devices, Timeline interface makes it easy to see what's going on at any portion of your day
Short battery life compared to existing Pebble devices, You can't filter smartphone notifications to the watch—it will vibrate and light up with every alert that the phone receives, $250 is a lot to ask for this smartwatch
Keeping up with Pebble has been a challenge this year. First, the company released the Time and Time Steel smartwatches, featuring the new "Timeline" watch interface that breaks up your day into past, present, and future events. Then, it added support for...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-20
Attractive, classic design, Always-on screen, Comfortable leather wristband, User-friendly interface
Expensive, Lackluster battery life, Thick bezel, Compatibility issues with apps and watch faces from previous Pebbles
The Pebble family of smartwatches is our favorite of the burgeoning category. The Pebble Time, especially, impressed with its week-long battery life, superior voice support, and charmingly retro color display. The new Pebble Time Round is essentially the...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-20
It's actually a watch. Not a “smartwatch you'll feel like wearing” or a wearable that “puts the watch back in smartwatch.” No, it looks just like a normal watch that happens to have awesome computer brains under an e-paper display, Advertisement, Advertis...
It lacks feature distinction. Pebble's primary appeal was that it could do what other wearables can't–mainly, it worked on iOS and Android, had stunningly long battery life, and was also waterproof. Now, with Android Wear being available on both OSes (tho...
Smartwatches are subjected to many metaphors: “Smartphones on your wrist.” Mmm, not quite. Maybe in a few more years. “A wearable computer.” Depends on your definition of “computer.” Better keep looking. “An extension of your smartphone.” Now, thats an i...
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newatlas.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-10
Pebble has been something of a pioneer in smartwatches, blowing up Kickstarter with its original Pebble watch back when wearable tech wasn't much more than a concept. The company's latest smartwatch has one killer feature, but its pricing puts it in the B...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-09
Looks great, especially on smaller wrists, Waterproof, Battery life is better than the Apple Watch and most Android Wear watches
Limited app and watchface selection, Feels more expensive than it should, Screen not very vibrant
Six months after the release of the Pebble Time smartwatch, Pebble is back with another new smartwatch: The Pebble Time Round .The watch — which goes on sale next week for $249 — is the third watch the company has released this year. It's also its most at...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-07
Thin,lightweight design, Color e-paper is easy to read under bright light, Potential for third-party "smart straps"
Reduced battery life, Less water-resistant than previous models, Expensive for what it is
Earlier this year, Pebble released two new smartwatches: The Time and the Time Steel. Both feature color e-ink displays, an updated "Timeline" interface, support for voice replies, and a new accessory port that promises to increase the watch's functionali...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-05
Compact size, Attractive design, Good build quality
Limited app options, Shorter battery life than other Pebble watches, Display isn't vibrant
Time is a flat circlePebble, the company that had everyone thinking about smartwatches again, has had a busy year. It launched a brand new watch, the Pebble Time, this spring, complete with an entirely revamped software platform. It then followed that up...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-05
You guys, it looks like a watch! Thin and light and small enough to work for almost anyone. Battery lasts days, plural. It doesn't try to do too much
The price still feels like more than the sum of its parts. The screen's dim and soft. This is basically still an Androidonly device
A few days after I started wearing the Time Round, Pebble's ultra-thin new smartwatch , I shut off notifications. This was partly practical—I get too many notifications, and the iPhone offers no filtering control over them—but also a thought experiment. R...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-05
More watch-size like compared to most other smart watches on the market, truly female friendly, fits even small wrists, fun selection of watch faces, truly looks and feels like a real watch, both iPhone and Android friendly, charges up for a full day's us...
Pricey, can't be used while swimming, Prev2 of 2Next
You can pretty much credit Pebble with inventing the smartwatch. Released in 2013, the original Pebble was the first watch that not only packed in lots of tech, but was something you actually wanted to wear. Pebble's latest product is the Pebble Round, an...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-02-29
Very comfy, Simple to use, Ultraslim and light
Disappointing stamina, App support issues, Expensive
Pebble is not like the rest of the big smartwatch names. Where Apple and Motorola use software most people have heard of and big bright screens, and offer limited battery life as a consequence, Pebble has traditionally gone with a much dimmer screen and c...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-12-08
Hey there fact fans, did you know that 50% of the wearable market is female? Anyone who's encountered a chunky smartwatch like the LG G Watch Urbane or Huawei Watch might not have got that impression from manufacturers, but Pebble's different. With th...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-11-06
Smartwatches are subjected to many metaphors: “Smartphones on your wrist.” Mmm, not quite. Maybe in a few more years. “A wearable computer.” Depends on your definition of “computer.” Better keep looking. “An extension of your smartphone.” Now, that's an i...
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