The Pixel Watch might not be an awesome offering on its own, but Google is trying really hard to make it worthwhile. Now your watch will now be able to provide you with in-depth analysis of your sleep with a new feature dubbed Sleep Profiles.
The way Sleep Profiles work is that your Pixel Watch will give you one every month after
closely monitoring how you sleep through several weeks. To get one, you must sleep with your watch on during 14 continuous days, and the more you sleep with it, the more accurate the analysis will be. If you get started today (November 16), you’ll get your first score on December 1.
Sleep Profiles will focus on several factors, including variations in your sleep schedule, sleep disruptions, and time before sound sleep to tell you what kind of “Sleep Animal” (yes, you even get a silly nickname) you are, and how well you sleep. You’ll need a Fitbit Premium subscription in order to get access to this, but once you have that, you’ll be able to get much better insight into how you sleep.
The feature can help you gain insight on how you sleep and make you aware of potential problems that you might want to look out about. This is probably not enough on its own to make you buy a Pixel Watch given its disadvantages, but if you happen to buy one and you have a subscription, you might want to give it a shot.
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