Frequently Asked Questions

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Select Your Watch
Pebble Time Collection (Time, Time Steel, or Time Round)
Classic Pebble (original Pebble, Pebble Steel)

 



Pebble Time Support Help

  1. Pebble Time Settings
  2. Pebble Time Features
  3. Pairing / Connection Help: iOS or Android
  4. Notification Help: iOS or Android
  5. Battery Life
  6. Not Charging / Turning On
  7. Warranty / Return Policy
  8. What's new about Pebble Time Round?


Device Compatibility

Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steel, and Pebble Time Round 

  • Android: OS 4.3 or newer 
  • iOS: iOS 8 or newer
  • Windows, Blackberry: not currently supported


Pebble Specs
Pebble Time and Pebble Time Steel 

  • Scratch resistant 
  • Water resistant up to 3ATM
  • Rechargeable batteries which can last up to 7 days on a single charge, depending on use.
  • 64-color e-paper display and backlight

Pebble Time Round 

  • Scratch resistant
  • Splash resistant with an IPX7 rating
  • Rechargeable batteries which can last up to 2 days on a single charge, depending on use. Recharging is extremely quick, gaining another day’s worth of charge with only 15 minutes charging
  • 64-color e-paper display and backlight


All models are operational in temperatures between -10 and 60 degrees C / 14 and 140 degrees F, with a maximum altitude of 10,000 feet or 3,000 meters.
 



Classic Pebble Support Help

  1. Pebble Settings
  2. Pebble Features
  3. Pairing / Connection Help: iOS or Android
  4. Notification Help: iOS or Android
  5. Screen Issues
  6. Battery Life
  7. Not Charging / Turning On
  8. Warranty / Return Policy


Device Compatibility
Pebble and Pebble Steel

  • Android: OS 4.1 and higher
  • iPhone 4s, 5, 5s, and 5c, running iOS 6 or higher


Pebble Specs

  • Scratch resistant
  • Water resistant up to 5ATM 
  • Rechargeable batteries that last for up to 7 days depending on use.
  • All Pebbles have an e-paper display and backlight to make Pebble visible in virtually any setting (including dark, direct sunlight, and underwater).


All Pebbles are operational in temperatures between -10 and 50 degrees C / 14 and 122 degrees F.

 


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