When the Pebble Time was released around 1,5 years ago, Pebble had a strong competitor in their lineup to succeed in the growing smartwatch segment. But it lacked things like cartier replica step and sleep tracking, a heart rate sensor, and generally wasn’t a viable option for a lot of people who were seeking a fitness smartwatch. Many people don’t care much about those things, but for the ones who do, it’s was a real bummer. Pebble did release a software update to include sleep and step tracking. However it didn’t change the fact that it was still missing a heart rate sensor. And then, along came the TYLT VÜ Pulse, which claimed to fill the void. With the recent release of the Pebble 2 and the soon to be released Pebble Time 2, is there still space for the VÜ Pulse as an accessory for previous generation Pebble models?
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