Kickstarter Pebble Watch finally gets FCC approval

The Pebble Watch was very much in danger of becoming vapourware, however a recent FCC approval for the device could mean the smart watch will be shipping sooner rather than later.

The Pebble first appeared on Kickstarter in May 2012, where it was funded by backers in no time and looked set to launch in September. However, due to numerous delays the kickstarted project looked to be in danger of becoming nothing more than a start-up dream.

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Thankfully for all those wanting to get their hands on a Pebble, plus all those hundred of backers, the Pebble has now turned up at the FCC where it received approval. The FCC were also kind enough to post photos of the watch internals too which feature a 32bit Cortex M3 CPU, a Sharp LCD display and Panasonic Bluetooth.

Thanks to JaySea for the tip!

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  1. January 8, 2013

    Nice reviews andi..!

  2. January 8, 2013

    I just bought a Sony Smartwatch few weeks ago, I don’t like a lot this Pebble. It’s very expensive Vs other smart watchs

    • January 8, 2013

      How is it? worth buying?

  3. JaySea
    January 9, 2013

    the sony smartwatch is about the same price but not usefull in dunny day, not waterproof and with Sony no warranty to be uptodate… I had a liveview (the previous version of the smartwatch) and it was a real piece of crap….and only 1 year of follow from sony with 2 firmware update…

    The Pebbles will start to be shipped the 23 january…. waiting waiting… 😛