However, since their late March update (2.9.1) for iOS 8.2, the watch has been "combat ineffective". Essentially, they 'improved' its ability when missing updates to figure that out and ensure you have them. However, in practical reality if confuses itself, reloads all of the updates that I have already seen, which both frustrates and bores me. Then when I stop looking, it overloads the buffer and reboots. After 3 re-boots it goes into re-pairing mode (which also kills the battery quickly).
I have reached out to Pebble multiple times but they keep telling me I need to remove a "buggy app" loaded into the watch. Having removed all apps, I know it is the 2.9.1 update. In fact, the "hot fix" or "work around" is to turn-off BluTooth - which keeps it from overloading...and makes it just an ordinary (dumb) watch.
My Apple Watch arrives next week, so my guess is that this is an untimely error from Pebble (and poor customer support) which will remove the dilemma I worried about (which watch to wear).