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-[* black] Smartwatches might be the next big thing, but—right now—the Pebble is a unique device. We don't have a repairability metric for a watch.
-[* black] In lieu of a repairability score, we'd like to make the point that the Pebble does have a finite lifespan, limited by its totally inaccessible lithium-ion battery.
+[* black] Smartwatches might be the next big thing, but—right now—the Pebble is a unique device. We don't have a repairability metric for a watch…yet.
+[* black] In lieu of a numeric score, we'd like to list a few of our repairability and durability findings:
+ [* green] Low power consumption decreases the frequency of charges, increasing the battery life.
+ [* green] Watch band is a standard size and easily replaceable.
+ [* red] Inaccessible battery limits life of the device to 6-10 years (by our estimates).
+ [* red] It is impossible to open the device without destroying it or at least compromising its waterproofing, making internal repairs infeasible.
+[* black] We got in touch with Pebble's design team and voiced some concerns about end-of-life recycling. We were happy to learn that they currently have a plan in the works for a responsible recycling program for dead Pebbles.