How to build a smart watch without using your phone and still use it?
I’ve never done that before, but that’s the kind of question I’m hoping to tackle when I try out the coxwatch tnd on the Pebble Time 2, Pebble Time 3, and Pebble Time 4.
The coxco watchtnt is a watch that has no screen at all.
Instead, the Pebble watch is used as a “skin” for the Pebble’s own watch face.
That’s a big deal, because Pebble’s watch faces are very customizable and can do pretty much anything you can imagine.
The Pebble Time series has a ton of great options to choose from.
It has an option to switch from your watch’s native Android app to the Pebble app, and the Pebble has a lot of smartwatch apps that work with your Pebble Time smartwatch.
This is where the cozwatch comes in.
The Pebble Time has a large display that can be used as an indicator of the battery life.
The cox watchestnt’s screen is the same size as the Pebble.
It can also display battery level, but it’s not an easy indicator to read on the wrist because it doesn’t have any buttons.
The screen is also the only part of the Pebble that has an on/off switch.
I was able to use the coxswatchtnt to test out how well it works with the Pebble, but I’d love to see a coxwatches watch that actually used a phone to communicate with Pebble.
I think Pebble’s smartwatch developers will find a way to make it a lot easier to use with a phone, but for now, the coxeswatchtnd is the best thing Pebble has to offer.
The $79 Pebble Time2 is available for preorder right now on Amazon.
The $89 Pebble Time3 is on sale now.