Skin Conductivity and the Pavlok Zap
Your skin is your body's largest organ and truly an amazing thing!
It even has natural protection against electric shocks called 'breakdown resistance'.
This resistance can affect your usage of your Pavlok device, and cause it to appear that the zap feature does not work on the lower strength l...
General Product Information
All the general info you want to know about the Pavlok!
Wristband Size: The wristband wears remarkably like a watch. It is easily adjustable and fits wrists up to 140-205mm (or 5 1/2-9 inches) circumference.
Zap Strength: 50 to 450 Volts (amperage 4mA).
Other stimuli: Beep &...
How can I tell if my device is fully charged?
What type of plug should I use?
The Pavlok can charge with any standard USB power brick which is around 4.5-5.5V.
We recommend charging your device for 5 hours, especially when its completely out of battery. The charging lights can differ on each device. If the device is completed drained of ba...
How does Pavlok Work?
Pavlok is a behavior training device that works by utilizing aversive conditioning. This is a form of training that uses negative stimuli and association to help reaffirm a specific action as undesirable.
You perform a bad habit at the same time you feel a slightly uncomfortable stimulus, and th...
How do I update my firmware?
Make sure that your Pavlok is paired to the app.
Go to the ‘More’ screen under ‘Device’ you should see your current firmware and underneath that should be an option to upgrade.
Once you click on the pending update, a screen showing the update’s progress will come on and you will see two yello...
Is it safe to fly with my Pavlok?
It is safe to fly while wearing your Pavlok wristband, no matter which one you have. Our Pavlok employees do it all the time!
Like any watch, it is smart to take it off when going through security, as they will ask you to and if you don't, you will likely set off the metal detectors.
Is Pavlok 2 waterproof?
No it is not.
We do not recommend getting your Pavlok wet!
While a little splash of water here and there will not hurt it, do NOT submerge the Pavlok in water, shower with your Pavlok, or spill any liquids on it. Sweat is not a major issue.
Have you gotten it wet and need some help? Read these...
Check out these links to download a pdf copy of the Pavlok and Shock Clock instructions if you lost your paper copy or just want an electronic version.
Pavlok 2 Manual
Shock Clock Manual
Pavlok 1 Manual
Pavlok Productivity: Chrome Extension
You can now integrate your Pavlok with Chrome Extension to help with productivity throughout the day!
Add Pavlok Productivity to Chrome by clicking here!
Once logged in, you can add websites to your blacklist, use todoist, set the max number of tabs you...
What's the difference between the Shock Clock 2 and Pavlok 2?
The Shock Clock 2 includes the following:
The ability to set multiple alarms throughout the day
A timer and stopwatch
Snooze lock (forces the user to do jumping jacks to get out of bed)
Alarm that zaps, beeps, or vibrates the user awake
Which bad habits can I break with Pavlok?
Pavlok has helped users break many habits. Here is a list of some of the most common habits that Pavlok users have reported successfully breaking.
Come check out which bad habit YOU can break for good!
Some of the habits broken by Pavlok users include: