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Google Pixel Watch: the Best of Google and Fitbit

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As part of our latest offering of Google devices, we’re officially unveiling our first full-featured premium smartwatch: Google Pixel Watch. A natural extension of the Pixel family, the Google Pixel Watch combines the smarts and helpfulness you know and love from Google with Fitbit’s health and fitness expertise, all in an elegant design.

Now with Google smarts right on your wrist, you can get things done on the go with Google Assistant, Maps, Wallet, Calendar and Gmail. Plus, with a 4G LTE option available at select providers, you can stay connected on the go, even when you leave your phone at home.1 2

A beautiful design, you can truly make your own

Designed with comfort and durability in mind, the Google Pixel Watch is sophisticated for a night out or a business meeting, can endure your activities and workouts, and is pleasant to sleep in. The bold, circular 3D domed glass blends seamlessly into the stainless steel body giving it a slim look on the wrist. It is both water-resistant (up to 5 ATM/50 metres)3 and scratch-resistant, meant to be worn all day. Inspired by a classic timepiece, the tactile crown controls on-screen scrolling, accesses shortcuts and initiates the app tray to get you the helpful information you need. The side button subtly above the crown opens your most-recently used apps, so favourites are just a click away.

Close up shot of Google Pixel Watch with lemongrass active band displaying the time and heart rate on the watch face.

Wrapped in a stainless steel body and slim, sophisticated design, Google Pixel Watch has your favourite features just a swipe away.

The unique band attach mechanism — inspired by how a camera lens attaches to a camera body — makes it easy to change bands to transform the overall look of the watch. Switch up your style with 20 available band choices, and choose from a wide assortment of classic or modern bands in woven, stretch, active and leather styles, with metal coming next year.4

And the comprehensive family of 19 customisable watch faces, each with many personalisation options – from the colours to the layout and the information you need most – provide thousands of options. You can even set your favourite photos as your watch face with Google Photos.

Google Pixel Watch lineup with a variety of accessory bands, including active, woven, stretch, two-tone leather, crafted leather, and metal mesh and metal links (both coming in 2023).

Whether it’s a new watch face or accessory band, Google Pixel Watch offers thousands of combinations to personalise your look.

A grouping of more than 35 watch faces with various on-screen designs appear in several rows.

Switch up your day-to-day look with a family of 19 customisable watch faces to choose from.

Google help goes with you

Google Pixel Watch is powered with Wear OS by Google (Wear OS 3.5) and delivers the information you need at a glance, making life more convenient and providing help whenever and wherever you need it. Interaction is extremely smooth, responsive and easy to use. With tiles and watch faces that you can easily customise to be information-rich or minimal, the experience is uniquely yours to show you what you need at a glance. With Google Assistant built in, your personalised help on the go is quick and hands-free. You can easily control your smart home devices through the Google Home app or just say “Hey, Google” to your watch to turn on or off the lights, and get notifications from your Nest Doorbell when a person or package is at the door (with compatible smart devices).

Check your notifications from Gmail and Google Calendar, make contactless payments in stores and at transit with Google Wallet, and get turn-by-turn directions with Maps, including an interactive view that makes it easy to see where you are and where you’re going. Enjoy access to over 100 million songs with YouTube Music Premium, and cache your favourite playlists using ample 32GB of on-device storage, or with the 4G LTE model you can stream phone-free. Get access to even more apps with Google Play Store right on your wrist, including Adidas Running, Calm, Spotify, MyFitnessPal and Strava.

  • A man uses his Google Pixel Watch to pay at a train turnstile.

    No matter where you are or where you’re going, Google Pixel Watch is easy to set up and keep you going.

  • A man checks his Google Pixel Watch while waiting at a crosswalk on his bike.
  • A women wears the Google Pixel Watch and Pixel Buds Pro

The Google Pixel Watch is a great companion to the Pixel devices you already love. With Fast Pair, your Pixel Buds will automatically connect to your watch once paired with your phone, and you can start a call on the watch and conveniently transition to your phone once in reach. The same fluid handoff between devices also allows for listening to your music and Maps.

To give you added peace of mind, Google Pixel Watch is equipped with an Emergency SOS feature to alert emergency services or trusted contacts when you’re in an emergency or feeling unsafe.

Health and fitness favourites from Fitbit

Google Pixel Watch has a deep integration with Fitbit to provide leading health and fitness features, including our most accurate heart rate tracking yet. With on-device machine learning and deep optimisation down to the processor level, it gives you an accurate measurement of your heart rate continuously tracking at once per second. The Fitbit experience is completely redesigned on Google Pixel Watch, with 40 exercise modes available to track your favourite workouts and all-day activities including steps, distance with built-in GPS and Active Zone Minutes, to help you push for that extra rep during workouts.

A man in workout clothes sits down, stretching his legs while wearing a Google Pixel Watch.  Alt text: A Google Pixel Watch face shows a user’s heart rate in the morning.

Continuously tracking at once per second, Google Pixel Watch offers an accurate measurement of your heart rate all day long.

It helps you keep tabs on your health with an ECG app to detect signs of Atrial Fibrillation (AFib), better understand your sleep with Sleep Score and Sleep Stages, and receive guidance powered by Fitbit’s 20 billion nights tracked.5 Get insights into key metrics like your breathing rate, heart rate variability and more — all on the Health Metrics Dashboard in the Fitbit app. With the included 6-month Fitbit Premium membership (new and returning users only),6 you get deeper insights and access to features like Daily Readiness Score so you know when to go all-out in your workout or prioritise rest. More than 800 workouts and 400 mindfulness sessions are available to help you take action and approach each day based on what your body is telling you.

Close-up images of health metrics on the Google Pixel Watch face and in the Fitbit app.

Keep your health information right at your fingertips, both on your Google Pixel Watch face and in the Fitbit app.

Getting started is easy

In addition to compatibility with Pixel phones, Google Pixel Watch also works with other Android 8.0+ phones and is available in two connectivity configurations: built-in 4G LTE for phone-free convenience or Bluetooth/Wi-Fi only. Fast Pair makes it easy to set-up your Google Pixel Watch with your Pixel phone, plus existing Fitbit users can pick up where they left off from their current device and won’t lose any stats or personal data.

Google Pixel Watch keeps you going through the day reliably with up to 24 hours of battery life, even with all-day continuous per second heart-rate, and health and activity tracking.7 And when you do need a quick charge, get back 50% battery life in just 30 minutes, ideal for pre-bedtime charging for your sleep tracking.8

Google Pixel Watch starts at $549 (Bluetooth®/ Wi-Fi) and is available at the Google Store, Officeworks and Harvey Norman. The 4G LTE version is available for $649 at the Google Store and Telstra. Accessory bands start from $69.

Beginning today, pre-order Pixel Watch online at the Google Store, and select partners, or pick-up in store from October 13.

More Information


Requires an Android 8.0 or newer phone, a Google Account and Internet access. Paid subscription required for some features. See for more information.


Some features may require a Fitbit account and the mobile app.


Google Pixel Watch is designed to comply with a water protection rating of 5 ATM under ISO standard 22810:2010 when manufactured, but it is not waterproof. Water resistance is not a permanent condition and decreases or is lost over time due to normal wear and tear, repair, disassembly or damage. Dropping your device may result in loss of water resistance. Google Pixel Watch is designed to be used in shallow water and should not be used for activities involving water at high velocity or high temperature. Some Google Pixel Watch bands are not water resistant. See for details. After any exposure to liquid, we recommend drying the watch and band because, as with any wearable device, it's best for your skin if the band is clean and dry.


Options may vary by region and retailer. Accessory bands sold separately.


Some features may require Fitbit account and mobile app. The ECG app is only available in select countries, not intended for use by people under 22 years old. See for additional details.


New and returning Premium members only. Must activate membership within 60 days of device activation (requires valid payment). This membership cannot be gifted. Cancel before end of membership to avoid recurring fees. Content and features may change. See for full terms.


Maximum battery life is approximate and is based on testing using pre-production hardware and software. Charging times are approximate. Use of certain features will decrease battery life. Battery life depends on features enabled, usage, environment and many other factors. Actual battery life may be lower.


Based on use of in-box charger with 18W adapter plugged into a wall outlet. Actual results may be slower. Adapters sold separately. Charging speed based on testing with fully drained device batteries. Charging testing in mid-2022 on pre-production hardware and software using default settings with the device powered on. Charging speed depends upon many factors including battery age and ambient temperature.