Accidents happen, and for those of us that carry tech devices on us at all times, these accidents can often become very costly. This becomes even more impactful when the piece of technology involved is out of warranty or when you have to jump through hoops to get a warranty repair or replacement done. Fortunately, Google is doing something about it and simplifying this process in both scenarios when it comes to the Pixel Watch.
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Pixel Watch 2 replacements get a much better option
This process involves filling out a form in the Google Store’s “Repair” section, which will request for you to enter the device’s serial or IMEI number. Once you have accepted the terms of the mail-in option and confirm shipping address and form of payment — and once the broken device is received by Google — a new device will be sent to you.
Although the version of the Pixel Watch that needs repairs or a replacement makes a big difference in the type of service you will receive, it is good to see Google streamlining the procedure. In the past, users had to physically visit a Google Store or contact the support team, potentially requiring the sacrifice of hours from your day in order to resolve. Now, things get a bit easier.
Source: Phone Arena