With that sort of support, Migicovsky revised the scope and breadth of the project, including additional features for the device and plans to retail the watch to non-backers. After many delays—not surprising with Kickstarter projects, but wholly appropriate for the new scope and scale of this one—a Pebble was delivered to my eager hands.
|The friendly box design
|Inside the spartan box: Pebble watch & its USB power cord
|Status and tips
|App & Watchface Loading
|Built-in Watch Face Options
|Additional Menu Options
|Default Watch Face
|Two faces instead of one
|Text Alert on phone
From a cosmetic standpoint, I've found that wearing the Pebble on the inside of my wrist is most comfortable; I've found other watches to work better that way, too, but there's the real potential for badly-scratching the watch face.
|Watch "rolls away" on back of wrist.
|Inside wrist, face stays in a good place.
Overall, I'm satisfied with the Pebble, and am looking forward to the improvements in the functionality as time goes on.