I ordered the Skinomi Techskin from Amazon for $7 + $3 shipping.
When I opened the box up I was surprised by all of the pieces: the screen protector, a cloth, a rubber applicator, a spray bottle, and several cards with info on them. The instructions were sorta lengthy and involved spraying the screen on both sides before applying. I was intimidated by this bc I had only used screens on my iPhones that you just lay on the screen.
I actually pushed the box and the pieces aside for a couple of days bc I was not in the mood to tackle this task. But yesterday I sat down and did it. The first problem was that the written instructions are not specific to the Pebble, and the video instructions link they mention are not for the pebble either. I searched for any video tutorial specific to the pebble but could not find any. So I forged on and just followed the written instructions step-by-step. It was not that bad at all, took about 15 minutes.
Once I finished applying it, it was still really wet but that was helpful bc you can slide it all around to get it into the perfect location.
The next problem was that the short, narrow ends of the screen protector that follow the curved top and bottom of the The Pebble were not fully adhered to the watch, they sorta curled up. The instructions had a further note at the bottom about using a hair dryer on low heat to speed up the adhesion. So I placed my watch in front of a small space heater (a few feet away) on low heat for a few minutes, and sure enough as the wetness went away I could press those ends down and they stay adhered. I then left the watch in front of the heater for about 20 more minutes, pressed on the ends again to make sure they were stuck down then let it dry without a heater overnight.
Well, today the screen is fully adhered down at all edges and is completely invisible! No bubble, no dust, no loose edges...I am actually impressed.
I did read another post in this forum that those ends came loose for someone else, so I will watch them and report here if any problems arise with my screen protector. I do wonder if my method of getting those ends to stick down may have prevented those ends from not sticking down well enough...time will tell.