Pebble Smart Watch


See who is calling or get the most important emails and texts without having to pull your phone out in the middle of the meeting.


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pebble2How it works
Pebble connects by Bluetooth (2.1+ EDR and 4.0) to your iPhone or Android device. Setting up Pebble is as easy as downloading the Pebble app onto your phone. All software updates are wirelessly transmitted to your Pebble.

iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, 5 or any iPod Touch with iOS 5 or iOS 6. (iOS 5 and iPhone 3GS have restricted feature sets). Android devices running OS 2.3 and up. Works great with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)!

Unfortunately Pebble does not work with Blackberry, Windows Phone 7, or Palm phones at this time.

The Main Menu is where you can scroll through to select which app you would like to use or setting you would like to manage.

Pebble has four buttons. The left button is called the ‘back‘ button, which is used for returning to the previous screen or entering your watchface app from the main menu. On the right side, the top and bottom (‘up‘ and ‘down‘) buttons generally are used for scrolling through lists. The center button is used to ‘select‘ an item in a list or start an app on Pebble. It can also be used to get to the main menu from a watchface.
The charger connects magnetically with the charging port on the left side below the back button.
   The Pebble App is the smartphone app that must be downloaded on your Android or iPhone.

Battery Life
Pebble’s battery should last between 5-7 days, depending on the number of notifications received per day, type of apps used, and the use of the backlight. The indicator can be found in the top right corner of the menu screens and notifications. The low battery indicator is not visible on watchfaces.

Here is a breakdown of the different symbols you will see:

 - The battery is full
 - The battery is low: when you reach this symbol you will have ~ 12 – 20 hours left for this charge
 - The battery is empty: you will need plug Pebble in to charge immediately
 - Your Pebble is plugged in and charging from a low battery state
 - Your Pebble is plugged in and approximately halfway through a complete charge cycle
Charge your Pebble until the battery indicator shows it’s full  . Charging from a depleted state to a full battery should take approximately 3 hours.


Please note: the icons will only be present at those levels; ie. if your battery has more than 20 hours remaining but is not at full charge, there will not be an icon present.
Pebble Settings

The settings menu will allow you to customize Pebble’s features.
To access each of these settings, press Select while the item is highlighted in the list of settings.

To make Pebble discoverable to your smartphone, the Bluetooth must be “ON” in your settings. To disable Bluetooth, press Select while ‘Bluetooth ON’ is highlighted. When “Airplane Mode” is on, you will not be able to receive notifications and time will not be synced.

Date & Time
While your Pebble is not connected to a smartphone, you can manually update the date and time on your Pebble.Display
From the Display screen, you can enable/disable the backlight, notifications, and vibration. You can also choose what triggers the backlight and which font size you would prefer for notifications.About​
The About screen contains Pebble hardware and software version information.Shut Down
Shut down turns off your Pebble. In Shutdown mode, Pebble will still keep time.
To turn Pebble back on, press and hold any button for 3 secondsFactory Reset
If you are having difficulty with Pebble, it may be necessary to restore Pebble to Factory settings. For more information, please click here.Features


One of the best features about Pebble is the ability to customize it. Watchfaces can be found within your Pebble app or you can visit 3rd party sharing websites on your phone to download from there.
You can easily download and scroll through up to 8 stored watchfaces.

To learn how to download or create your own watchfaces, click here.

Music Controller

Select the Music controller from main menu to control music playing on your smartphone. Currently, Pebble can control the default music app and Google music on Android, and  Pandora, Spotify and any other music app that implements default music controls on iOS.

For more information about setting up your music app, click here.

Phone calls
Pebble vibrates when you receive an incoming call and displays number if you have caller-ID. If the caller is in your address book, Pebble will display the name instead.
On iOS, you can accept (Up button), reject (Down button), or dismiss the notification (Back button).
On Android, you can silence the call (Down button) or dismiss the notification (Back button).
Pebble does not have a speaker, so the call will be accepted on the handset, Bluetooth headset or car kit.

For information about setting up call forwarding, click here.

​Message Notifications
Receive SMS, iMessage, email, and compatible social media messages right to your wrist. If the content of the message is more than can be displayed at once on the Pebble screen, you can scroll through the message using the Up and Down buttons.
To exit the app or dismiss the message, press the Back button.
If Pebble is not displaying or notifying you when a SMS is received, please see iOS Notifications troubleshooting or Android troubleshooting

NOTE: Pebble ONLY supports Messages (SMS) and iMessage on iOS 6 (no other SMS or messaging services at this time) On Android, Pebble only supports native SMS, Google Voice SMS and Google Talk notifications at this time.

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