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Looking into getting a pebble, does it still work with the nightscouter and the dexcom5?

Living with type 2 diabetes since 2014.
St Augustine, FL
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I'm a dad supporting a child with type 1 diabetes since 2016.
Webster Groves, MO
Yes. Just bought my wife and I one. Just worried about what Fitbit will do with support. Nightscout support is fantastic, lots of options for apps.

I'm a dad supporting a child with type 1 diabetes since 2016.
Webster Groves, MO
Favorite app : pinit (does care portal to enter carbs and boluses)

Living with type 2 diabetes since 2014.
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Hi****thanks for the reply, Fitbit is now in Financial distress according to the recent news report. So it's a catch 22 with anything these days that's not Apple.

I'm a mom supporting a child with type 1 diabetes since 2013.
Irving, TX
I'd get a Pebble anyway. It will keep functioning for quite awhile and for the much lower price than the Apple Watch, it's worth it.

St. Louis, MO
Yes, there's actually been commitment to keep the Pebble apps running if something happens to the Pebble servers the apps will keep running independently, so we can use them risk free.

St. Louis, MO
Candidly, my wife did get an Apple watch, but we had a couple Pebbles before that. They do the job well, but can be a bit quirky to use. I'm using a Samsung S2 with an Android phone right now to display Nightwatch on my watch, it works pretty well, but also quirky at times.

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