This is life of a general question, but I couldnt find the right subforum so i'll take it here since I am using my Oris Aquis.
Do any of you have any good tips about "charging" the lume so that it will stay bright enough for a whole night? This might be a sign my eyes are getting older (just 42 though, with no glasses), but I general i'm disappointed with the lume when i check the time in the darkness of early mornings in bed. The lume is simply not strong enough for me to be able to easily read the time.
I noticed that when I expose the Aquis - which is only 6 months old - to a bright flashlight the lume will "power up" for a while, but that wont last long enough to get me through til morning.
What i'm looking for mostly are some smart tips on how to easily "charge" the lume on a regular basis so it will last longer, but of course deeper scientific explanations are more than welcome too.
Winter is obviously coming so there will be even less of daily sunlight to charge the lume with.
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