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Mine's on default settings. Always lots of notifications. Easily get two days. been sick and bedridden; left it sitting on table and connected and it lasted three and a half days

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it's first day use:

Unplugged at 6:00 AM. it is no 6:32PM and the battery is at 56% so 1 day as in 24 hours seems to be correct.


My only worry is when the battery starts to degrade.....
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it's first day use:

Unplugged at 6:00 AM. it is no 6:32PM and the battery is at 56% so 1 day as in 24 hours seems to be correct.


My only worry is when the battery starts to degrade.....
Not sure if you've seen the iFixit teardown, but it looks like the battery would actually be pretty easy to replace. Only a few torx screws and adhesive-free components.

http://ifixit.org/blog/6594/wearables-teardown/
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Not sure if you've seen the iFixit teardown, but it looks like the battery would actually be pretty easy to replace. Only a few torx screws and adhesive-free components.

http://ifixit.org/blog/6594/wearables-teardown/
And IP67 is gone, I think.

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And IP67 is gone, I think.

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Why? You just screw it back together tightly. There is no adhesive seal used either to hold it together or internally.

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Not sure if you've seen the iFixit teardown, but it looks like the battery would actually be pretty easy to replace. Only a few torx screws and adhesive-free components.

http://ifixit.org/blog/6594/wearables-teardown/
the problem with that is the problem im having with my gear 2 neo. where do you purchase these batteries?
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Got mine yesterday, today was my first full day of use. Off charger at 7am, it is now 10:41pm and at 37%. Brightness was at 3, but switched to 5 around noon and left there.



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