Indian brand Pebble is planning to launch a new smartwatch that looks like the blatant Apple Watch Ultra ripoff. The watch has almost exactly the same design as the Apple Watch Ultra and it looks like it will be available with a replica Ocean Band strap.


At an equivalent price of just $48, the Pebble Cosmos Engage is clearly made with inferior materials than the Apple Watch Ultra. For example, the Watch is advertised as having an LCD display that reaches 600 nits of brightness, while the Apple Watch Ultra has an OLED display that reaches 2,000 nits of brightness. Unsurprisingly, the watch also doesn’t run watchOS, but it appears to offer imitation Apple Watch faces and features like heart rate monitoring, voice assistance, and Bluetooth calling.

Pebble already sells knockoffs of the standard Apple Watch and other generic smartwatches. The brand does not appear to have any relationship with the former smartwatch company Pebble, which was acquired by Fitbit in 2016.

The actual Apple Watch Ultra was released in September and is priced at $799.

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