I love my Pebble´s – at least the one that works!

– I love my Pebble! It keeps me updated anytime and everywhere!

Well, at least I love the one that works. The other was dead on arrival. It will be fixed. Pebble support is onto it.

I have had my Pebble on my wrist since saturday last week. And I have loved every minute and every second. Especially in meetings where I set my iPhone in silent mode and keep it inside my pocket.

When the Pebble vibrates discreetly on my wrist, I just give it a short glimpse in less than a half second, without the customer noticing, and I am updated. May it be a text message, an email, a todo or a incoming call. Without a sound. Without any disturbance.


Earlier this week I was doing a presentation for sixty people in Bergen, Norway. I asked the participants to ask questions during my presentation, but without putting their hand up in the air. Not everybody like to talk or ask querstions publicly.

So I asked them to ask me via text messaging. And they did! Questions popped up on my left wrist and I answered them promptly. The participants thought it was sooo cool. And so did I..!

I will be experimenting with the daily use of my Pebble as the weeks go and I will publish what I learn here.

And if YOU have any user ideas or experiences – please share in the comments here!

Pebble on!


    1. Well, it is not perfect in every way. Not many functions yet, But nice enough. I did not buy them, but invested some small money in the kick start project, so it has been a long time waiting and some disappointments.

      I think Pebble need six more months development, more functionalities and a better business infrastructure like logistics, support etc.

      And when that is in place it may be too late. Then Apple will probably be on the market with a wrist watch, their excellent business infrastructure, distribution, market share, marketing machine and support.

      In the meantime, myself and many others has got Pebbles that are defect and a very slow support that is not able to tell us what to do with our dead Pebbles.

      But I love the one that is still alive. So far.


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