Pebble Smart Watch Is Sold Out In Best Buy Online Store

Posted: Jul 3 2013, 2:42am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 3 2013, 2:35pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Pebble Smart Watch is Sold Out in Best Buy Online Store
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The Kickstarter funded Pebble Smart takes another major step by entering retail chain Best Buy. The watch is already sold out on Bestbuy.com, but will be in stores on Sunday.

The Pebble Smart Watch is now available through Best Buy. Best Buy offers the jet black version starting on July 7 in stores. The online store had the watch up since yesterday, but it is already sold out.

The Pebble watch sells for $149.99. Best Buy will also get the red Pebble starting August. You can also pre-order a Pebble watch direct on GetPebble. The Grey, Orange and White Pebble will only be available direct.

Pebble watches are in high demand. It could be the fastest way to get one if you visit a Best Buy store on Sunday.

Via Pebble.

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