Watch 47 battery recharge necessary more often

No category for “Watch”, so I wind up choosing “Home” Huh? Same thing with “Pick a category” no watch on the list at all, so I pick “room-sensor”. I guess Wyze doesn’t want to hear about the Watch anymore.

[MOD NOTE: Watches fall into the #lifestyle category. This post has been moved there. The reason you didn’t see the watch tag is because tags are only available for products in their category. This post has been retagged accordingly]

When I first got my Wyze Watch 47, I was hugely impressed that the battery level didn’t get near 20% for two full weeks with everyday use! Now, about 18 months later, it drops fast, and lasts about ONE WEEK! Normal? Am I expecting too much from a battery of this type: typical for these? What’s next - level off or rapid decline? How soon will it be unusable? Will I have to just buy a new one? Planned obsolescence, or just shut up and appreciate the great purchase?

It’s there. Just Under Lifestyle>Watch

I have had the Wyze Watch 47 since pre-order and have not experienced this. I often find myself wondering what is buzzing around me and it is the Wyze Watch getting notifications that I hadn’t worn in a few weeks. I will admit though, I do not wear it daily. As I rotate though a number of watches.

I have had my share of smart watches since their existence, and at some point, usually around 2 years, you start to see the battery go. Small battery constant charge as discharge. I can tell you this. I sure wish my Apple watch series 7 stayed charged for a week. Since Day 1 and with limited features running I am lucky to get a day and a half on it.

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Yea, I have also gone through many watched from many brands, and battery powered devices in general loose their longevity over time