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Google's recently launched Pixel Watch ships with a small wireless charging puck in the box, as do many other smartwatches. Unlike some competitors however, the Pixel Watch isn't meant to be charged on anything other than its bundled charger. Coreless Inductor

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The information comes straight from Google itself. The company felt the need to clarify the situation by issuing the following statement sent to 9to5Google:

It appears that, with a lot of fiddling, you can in fact get the Pixel Watch to show that it's charging if you place it on your phone (one that supports reverse wireless charging) or a Qi charging pad. And yet, it lies - what is happening in reality is that it's discharging, as Google mentioned in its statement.

Apparently, the issue might stem from the very small size of the Pixel Watch's internal wireless charging coil. So, it's really best to only use the bundled charger if you don't want to have some nasty surprises.

There is no need for any subscription. It is OPTIONAL. Where did people get the idea that Fitbit Premium was required?

You can plug the USB C puck charger that comes with the watch into the Pixel 7 to charge it..doesn't take long.

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