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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by vinz420, Jul 14, 2015.
No. As much as possible, I make sure all my iDevices (Mac, iPhone, Watch) gets unplugged from the charger as soon as they reach full charge. Although modern devices have internal mechanisms against any negative effects of overcharging, the fact that the device is still physically connected to a continuous power supply means that any slight failure in those safety mechanisms can immediately cause damage. Plus if the device is exposed to said damage overnight, naku...
So for me I charge my AW as soon as I arrive home. It doesn't take that long to charge so i'm assured it'll reach 100% right before I go to sleep
I have a belkin plug with a timer and cdrking has it already too.
I set it to 3 hours and it it will shut off.
No need to worry on stressing the batteries and when I wake up, every gadget is 100%
^^ Yes.. Everyday. I have the space gray 42mm
not overnight but every night.
Mine is 1.5 days
as much as i like to bring my apple watch out of town i dont bring them because of the battery life... hassle to charge in the airport for long hauls. in the end i use my trusty Gshocks
Mine's about 24hrs... But on weekdays, I charge it every night or every morning before work.
I just got mine today. Charged it around 68%st around 3pm and is almost 7pm and with frequent on and off of screen plus i always measure my heart beat rate and battery is at 53% not bad
or you can place it on Power Reserve in the meantime...
while was at sarbucks:
Mine lasted over 18hrs and still counting.
Model: AWS space gray 42mm
i charge my one every other night (starting around 10pm) and leave it on the charger till around 12am
guys, is this normal? 58 mins of standby?
Not long enough for a day hike..
AW Sports 42MM, mine can last 24hours pero i always charge one i arrived home mga 10PM and leave it overnight
about a day and a half for me.
^if you're AW is draining faster than your morning energy on EDSA, then just reset all your settings and content, set up from backup and you'll have it back to normal battery life, which is around 1-1.5 days...
I use a 42mm running watchOS 2.1. I put it on at 6am and take it off around 1am with about with over 20% battery left, this includes about 45 minutes of workout tracking (continuous heart rate monitoring). I charge every night.
The longest time I've had my 42mm AWS is I think 19 hours and it had dropped down to below 10%. But for my daily use, I have it on for 13-14 hours and with maybe 20-30% charge left when I get home and leave it on the charging dock/stand.