An opposite point to this conversation is that my G-Shock has been in my watch box going on 5 months now in the pitch black dark of my safe and it is still showing a full charge.
Call sign: Wit
Si vis pacem, para bellum
Forgive me if I forget to add 'IMO' after every post.
I can only express my opinion and if you don't like it tough!
Buy a Coolfire charger...$20 US on Amazon
I have been trying reaallllly hard to keep it below 20, but have just given up now.
Watches - to many
Brand - lots
How it went from Australian summer to LED chargers? It will sort itself out for OP with minimum intervention.
It will take very short time outside in full sunlight. After that it all smooth sailing.
It should be special!
Hi Colt, best to put it facing outward in a relatively sunny window in your home (Not in your car). Leave it alone, and resist the urge to check it or fiddle with it for a week to 10 days. You want to get it to the maximum within the ‘H’ range, not just to the lower part of the ‘H’ range. Once you have done this , you will likely be pretty well set just wearing it and letting it charge naturally. Enjoy your new watch, it’s a beauty!!, judg69
Life is short. Enjoy the ride!
I usually check the charge on my bluetooth square only about once a week, if it needs a charge, I'll leave it outside on a sunny weekend. As long as this watch sees some light, I don't think it will ever drop enough to show "Low" on the LCD. I don't think I would worry much about it unless you live somewhere or do something with no natural light for extended periods.
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