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You do realise the battery is going to be about 3 years old & this watch will last about 1/2 a day before you need to recharge it!!!!
Tabintab16/09/2019 21:44

You do realise the battery is going to be about 3 years old & this watch …You do realise the battery is going to be about 3 years old & this watch will last about 1/2 a day before you need to recharge it!!!!


Not really...I have a 1st gen apple watch and it lasts a couple days just fine..even if it lasted a day itll be fine as I charge it overnight
I’ve just sold a gen 1 and the battery on that lasted over a day too.
Edited by: "checkley73" 16th Sep
Tabintab16/09/2019 21:44

You do realise the battery is going to be about 3 years old & this watch …You do realise the battery is going to be about 3 years old & this watch will last about 1/2 a day before you need to recharge it!!!!


My 1st gen watch is running really good
I would check whether it will run the upcoming operating system first. I have a feeling it's series 3 onwards. There are lots of series 3 ones around for not much more than this.
My 2nd gen last me a couple of days of notifications and going for a run in the evenings?
Raheel710216/09/2019 21:45

Not really...I have a 1st gen apple watch and it lasts a couple days just …Not really...I have a 1st gen apple watch and it lasts a couple days just fine..even if it lasted a day itll be fine as I charge it overnight


I was probably a bit harsh because apple quote the i-watch was good for 18hrs from new. Maybe you can get more if you only use it a little.

Depending on the quality of the battery you can expect about 2-3 years before it starts to degrade, these watches are at that point and its downhill from here on.

The typical estimated life of a Lithium-Ion battery is about two to three years or300 to 500 charge cycles, whichever occursfirst.Onechargecycleisaperiodof use from fully charged, to fully discharged, and fully recharged again. Use atwo to three year life expectancy for batteries that do not run through completecharge cycles

Over time, this process wears out the cathode, which results in reduced capacity. A high-end lithium-polymer battery can lose about 20 percent of its capacity after 1000 charge cycles. Another way to think of this is to imagine that every time you recharge your laptop, you shave a few seconds off its maximum battery life. Erratic charging and heat speed up this degradation.
checkley7316/09/2019 21:47

I’ve just sold a gen 1 and the battery on that lasted over a day too.


Who in their right mind would buy a gen 1?
osrick16/09/2019 21:57

I would check whether it will run the upcoming operating system first. I …I would check whether it will run the upcoming operating system first. I have a feeling it's series 3 onwards. There are lots of series 3 ones around for not much more than this.


All apart from series 0 will run the new watch Os.
Raheel710216/09/2019 21:45

Not really...I have a 1st gen apple watch and it lasts a couple days just …Not really...I have a 1st gen apple watch and it lasts a couple days just fine..even if it lasted a day itll be fine as I charge it overnight


My first gen from new lasted 12 hours then at 5% from new.
Tabintab16/09/2019 22:13

I was probably a bit harsh because apple quote the i-watch was good for …I was probably a bit harsh because apple quote the i-watch was good for 18hrs from new. Maybe you can get more if you only use it a little.Depending on the quality of the battery you can expect about 2-3 years before it starts to degrade, these watches are at that point and its downhill from here on.The typical estimated life of a Lithium-Ion battery is about two to three years or300 to 500 charge cycles, whichever occursfirst.Onechargecycleisaperiodof use from fully charged, to fully discharged, and fully recharged again. Use atwo to three year life expectancy for batteries that do not run through completecharge cycles Over time, this process wears out the cathode, which results in reduced capacity. A high-end lithium-polymer battery can lose about 20 percent of its capacity after 1000 charge cycles. Another way to think of this is to imagine that every time you recharge your laptop, you shave a few seconds off its maximum battery life. Erratic charging and heat speed up this degradation.


So what's an I-watch
Me thinks Tabintab doesn’t really know anything about Apple Watches, probably never owned one, and really just speculated on battery performance to make this deal sound crap.
Edited by: "holidaymann2" 16th Sep
madmaxpayne16/09/2019 22:20

Who in their right mind would buy a gen 1?


I’ve sold 2 recently for almost £100 each. Nothing wrong with them. Work fine and hold their charge.
madmaxpayne16/09/2019 22:20

Who in their right mind would buy a gen 1?


Not a gen 1 but I've had the series 1 for over 3 years now, warn every day and still going strong

These things still hold a value to a certain degree
Edited by: "windta1ker" 16th Sep
ec9wrr16/09/2019 22:25

All apart from series 0 will run the new watch Os.


Fair enough. In that case why not? I love mine and use it all the time for all sorts of things. I had it on from 0700 till 2300 yesterday and it still had 75 per cent left when I took it off. I can’t see why you would ever need another watch.
I often use my Apple Watch to stream music over Bluetooth whilst also running Strava.

The gen 2 model was quite laggy. The music app would take forever to launch and the start / stop on Strava would be a bit unresponsive from time to time. I replaced mine with a gen 4 and these issues have disappeared.

If you’re just going to be using your Apple Watch for time and perhaps some weather info then gen 2 will be fine.

However, if you are looking at running a few more apps then I would suggest paying a bit more and getting the gen 3 or newer.
holidaymann216/09/2019 22:40

Me thinks Tabintab doesn’t really know anything about Apple Watches, p …Me thinks Tabintab doesn’t really know anything about Apple Watches, probably never owned one, and really just speculated on battery performance to make this deal sound crap.



I did quote several sources that inform about battery technology. I even quoted apples 18 Hr expected. What more do you want!!!!!!
checkley7316/09/2019 22:57

I’ve sold 2 recently for almost £100 each. Nothing wrong with them. Work fi …I’ve sold 2 recently for almost £100 each. Nothing wrong with them. Work fine and hold their charge.



Define.. "Work Fine" & "Hold their charge".

My old Ford Escort Mk2 "Worked Fine", it had an engine, it moved, it stopped. Anyone interested in a 30 year old bag of rust, cracked windscreen, bold tyres, selling for £100?
osrick17/09/2019 07:14

Fair enough. In that case why not? I love mine and use it all the time for …Fair enough. In that case why not? I love mine and use it all the time for all sorts of things. I had it on from 0700 till 2300 yesterday and it still had 75 per cent left when I took it off. I can’t see why you would ever need another watch.



The new OS has most probably a lot more requirments that need a faster CPU and memory. Even if you did install the new OS onto the apple watch 0, it would run like a 3 legged dog.
Tabintab17/09/2019 16:59

I did quote several sources that inform about battery technology. I even …I did quote several sources that inform about battery technology. I even quoted apples 18 Hr expected. What more do you want!!!!!!


When someone goes to the trouble of finding and posting what was a perfectly good deal they and others don’t need someone immediately adding an unfounded deflating comment designed to put anyone off the deal. To state “battery is going to be about 3 years old..... will last about 1/2 a day before you need to recharge it!!!!” was completely speculative and unfounded. Had you ever owned any of the watch series you would know that is garbage.
Tabintab17/09/2019 16:59

I did quote several sources that inform about battery technology. I even …I did quote several sources that inform about battery technology. I even quoted apples 18 Hr expected. What more do you want!!!!!!


Apples 18 hour expected is with usw. Most people dont constantly use their watch for 18 hours a day. The standby is much much longer.
Raheel710217/09/2019 17:42

Apples 18 hour expected is with usw. Most people dont constantly use their …Apples 18 hour expected is with usw. Most people dont constantly use their watch for 18 hours a day. The standby is much much longer.



You dont need to tell me, tell Apple. Here is a quote from Macworld.

Apple said the watch would offer an "all day battery life" - that's up to 18 hours of normal use, which it defines as "90 time checks, 90 notifications, 45 minutes of app use and a 30-minute workout with music playback from Apple Watch via Bluetooth, over the course of 18 hours".
holidaymann217/09/2019 17:32

When someone goes to the trouble of finding and posting what was a …When someone goes to the trouble of finding and posting what was a perfectly good deal they and others don’t need someone immediately adding an unfounded deflating comment designed to put anyone off the deal. To state “battery is going to be about 3 years old..... will last about 1/2 a day before you need to recharge it!!!!” was completely speculative and unfounded. Had you ever owned any of the watch series you would know that is garbage.



I guess you dont/cant read. This is fact & most people will agree. Go ask anyone you want & most will say batteries will show signs of degredation after about 2-3 years depending on how they are used. This is ideal conditions by the way. If you use a battery in very hot conditions it harms the battery a lot more, as does repeated charging.

You dont need to own a an Apple Watch to know what happens to a battery.

Anyone own an Apple Phone 6 or 7? Your going to tell me there is no issue with those batteries?

I know the truth hurts, so here it is. Batteries start to degrade from the moment you start using them. FACT. Get used to it.
Edited by: "Tabintab" 17th Sep
Tabintab17/09/2019 17:05

Define.. "Work Fine" & "Hold their charge".My old Ford Escort Mk2 "Worked …Define.. "Work Fine" & "Hold their charge".My old Ford Escort Mk2 "Worked Fine", it had an engine, it moved, it stopped. Anyone interested in a 30 year old bag of rust, cracked windscreen, bold tyres, selling for £100?


All over a watch. You need to find a new hobby
Tabintab17/09/2019 18:16

I guess you dont/cant read. This is fact & most people will agree. Go ask …I guess you dont/cant read. This is fact & most people will agree. Go ask anyone you want & most will say batteries will show signs of degredation after about 2-3 years depending on how they are used. This is ideal conditions by the way. If you use a battery in very hot conditions it harms the battery a lot more, as does repeated charging.You dont need to own a an Apple Watch to know what happens to a battery.Anyone own an Apple Phone 6 or 7? Your going to tell me there is no issue with those batteries?I know the truth hurts, so here it is. Batteries start to degrade from the moment you start using them. FACT. Get used to it.


Tabintab17/09/2019 18:16

I guess you dont/cant read. This is fact & most people will agree. Go ask …I guess you dont/cant read. This is fact & most people will agree. Go ask anyone you want & most will say batteries will show signs of degredation after about 2-3 years depending on how they are used. This is ideal conditions by the way. If you use a battery in very hot conditions it harms the battery a lot more, as does repeated charging.You dont need to own a an Apple Watch to know what happens to a battery.Anyone own an Apple Phone 6 or 7? Your going to tell me there is no issue with those batteries?I know the truth hurts, so here it is. Batteries start to degrade from the moment you start using them. FACT. Get used to it.


You have no idea how this sellers product will perform and my point is, before you later began to copy and post some “facts” probably after doing some online research to back up your guess work (because you’ve no personal experience of using an Apple Watch yourself) you jumped in by making some ill judged comment with no other point than to drag down the Ops post.
holidaymann217/09/2019 18:51

You have no idea how this sellers product will perform and my point is, …You have no idea how this sellers product will perform and my point is, before you later began to copy and post some “facts” probably after doing some online research to back up your guess work (because you’ve no personal experience of using an Apple Watch yourself) you jumped in by making some ill judged comment with no other point than to drag down the Ops post.



And you have no idea on how the sellers product will perform, it works both ways. I previously gave the best case performance, not the worst!

Whats wrong with facts, does the truth hurt so much? Go ask anyone if they want the facts based of science & reasearch or just your one off experiance with a single product.

Looks like i've upset an ardent Apple Fanboy.
Edited by: "Tabintab" 17th Sep
Tabintab17/09/2019 18:10

You dont need to tell me, tell Apple. Here is a quote from Macworld.Apple …You dont need to tell me, tell Apple. Here is a quote from Macworld.Apple said the watch would offer an "all day battery life" - that's up to 18 hours of normal use, which it defines as "90 time checks, 90 notifications, 45 minutes of app use and a 30-minute workout with music playback from Apple Watch via Bluetooth, over the course of 18 hours".


The only reason apple say that is to not over compensate. Their quote is the least the battery will last. Real use is better fact than that quote. I use one and it comfortably lasts a couple days
checkley7317/09/2019 18:40

All over a watch. You need to find a new hobby



It is not real, its an example. Just because someone tells you something, does not necessarily make it a fact. You just can't help some people. Anything else you want me to explain for you. Maybe you want me to draw you a picture?
Raheel710217/09/2019 18:58

The only reason apple say that is to not over compensate. Their quote is …The only reason apple say that is to not over compensate. Their quote is the least the battery will last. Real use is better fact than that quote. I use one and it comfortably lasts a couple days



So, what you telling me is that Apple are underselling there product & have not done enough research with there Billions of dollars of R&D and that your one time ownership of thier product makes them out to be wrong. Nice one, go pull the other one.
Tabintab17/09/2019 19:04

So, what you telling me is that Apple are underselling there product & …So, what you telling me is that Apple are underselling there product & have not done enough research with there Billions of dollars of R&D and that your one time ownership of thier product makes them out to be wrong. Nice one, go pull the other one.


Yes that is what I'm saying. If apple oversell their product saying 100 hours of battery would nobody notice? They could get sued for false advertising
Raheel710217/09/2019 19:06

Yes that is what I'm saying. If apple oversell their product saying 100 …Yes that is what I'm saying. If apple oversell their product saying 100 hours of battery would nobody notice? They could get sued for false advertising


Tabintab likes to be negative on apple products, I'd honestly save your breath
Edited by: "windta1ker" 17th Sep
Raheel710217/09/2019 19:06

Yes that is what I'm saying. If apple oversell their product saying 100 …Yes that is what I'm saying. If apple oversell their product saying 100 hours of battery would nobody notice? They could get sued for false advertising


Is a fair comment, I guess only Apple will ever really know the answer.
windta1ker17/09/2019 19:17

Tabintab likes to be negative on apple products, I'd honestly save your …Tabintab likes to be negative on apple products, I'd honestly save your breath


Tabintab likes to quote the truth & the whole truth. Just because your an Apple Fanboy, does not make you correct. But I guess once a sheep, always a sheep.

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I do own an Apple product, its an i-phone 6s. Great phone with a battery capacity now of about 80% Bought in the days when all phones were affordible & a 12 month contract was the norm.

Anyone recognise this, I guess it still exists

Reality Distortion Field (RDF)
The term was coined by Apple employee Bud Tribble to describe former Apple Inc. co-founder, CEO and chairman Steve Jobs' ability to encourage his team to complete virtually any assigned or delegated task.
Edited by: "Tabintab" 17th Sep
Does the Reality Distortion Field (RDF) .The force appears to be strong on this product, maybe it uses essence of steve to keep it going and is imune to any known threat from reality, science & phisics.
Tabintab17/09/2019 19:31

Tabintab likes to quote the truth & the whole truth. Just because your an …Tabintab likes to quote the truth & the whole truth. Just because your an Apple Fanboy, does not make you correct. But I guess once a sheep, always a sheep.[Image] I do own an Apple product, its an i-phone 6s. Great phone with a battery capacity now of about 80% Bought in the days when all phones were affordible & a 12 month contract was the norm.Anyone recognise this, I guess it still exists Reality Distortion Field (RDF) The term was coined by Apple employee Bud Tribble to describe former Apple Inc. co-founder, CEO and chairman Steve Jobs' ability to encourage his team to complete virtually any assigned or delegated task.


I have two phones, one for work purposes an XR (for which I use the watch) and an s10+ for personal use

I switch products depending on what I fancy at end of contract, does using the same old regurgitated unoriginal sheep remarks make you feel good?

Now when you've used a product on a day to basis then I'll listen, just because you think a product is either too old, too expensive, does not make you right...you have no experience of using a watch, just things you've read on your iPhone 6 at milk time
Tabintab17/09/2019 18:59

It is not real, its an example. Just because someone tells you something, …It is not real, its an example. Just because someone tells you something, does not necessarily make it a fact. You just can't help some people. Anything else you want me to explain for you. Maybe you want me to draw you a picture?


No. What I would like is for you to stop irritating everyone on this forum with your juvenile and ill informed comments.
checkley7317/09/2019 20:58

No. What I would like is for you to stop irritating everyone on this forum …No. What I would like is for you to stop irritating everyone on this forum with your juvenile and ill informed comments.


Who made you the moderator? I feel the Reality Distortion Field is strong in this one
Edited by: "Tabintab" 17th Sep
Tabintab17/09/2019 17:09

The new OS has most probably a lot more requirments that need a faster CPU …The new OS has most probably a lot more requirments that need a faster CPU and memory. Even if you did install the new OS onto the apple watch 0, it would run like a 3 legged dog.


I suspect so. I have a series 3 so I think it will be ok
windta1ker17/09/2019 20:13

I have two phones, one for work purposes an XR (for which I use the watch) …I have two phones, one for work purposes an XR (for which I use the watch) and an s10+ for personal useI switch products depending on what I fancy at end of contract, does using the same old regurgitated unoriginal sheep remarks make you feel good?Now when you've used a product on a day to basis then I'll listen, just because you think a product is either too old, too expensive, does not make you right...you have no experience of using a watch, just things you've read on your iPhone 6 at milk time


I think you have gone off in the wrong direction from my first post about battery life. "you do realise the battery is going to be about 3 years old & this watch will last about 1/2 a day before you need to recharge it!!!!"

Maybe I should have said 12hrs instead of 1/2 a day and that would have been easier for some to understand and make a comparrison to Apple's stated battery performance of 18 hrs.

The basic facts still stand that these watched are old for this type of tech. The batteries will continue to degrade.

Another thing that has become evident is that the watch is slower and laggy if newer apps are used. You would be better off with something slightly newer if you intend to use anything other than the basic installed apps.
Edited by: "Tabintab" 17th Sep
Tabintab17/09/2019 21:42

I think you have gone off in the wrong direction from my first post about …I think you have gone off in the wrong direction from my first post about battery life. "you do realise the battery is going to be about 3 years old & this watch will last about 1/2 a day before you need to recharge it!!!!"Maybe I should have said 12hrs instead of 1/2 a day and that would have been easier for some to understand and make a comparrison to Apple's stated battery performance of 18 hrs.The basic facts still stand that these watched are old for this type of tech. The batteries will continue to degrade.Another thing that has become evident is that the watch is slower and laggy if newer apps are used. You would be better off with something slightly newer if you intend to use anything other than the basic installed apps.


This is where you fall short, reading about and not using...I have a 3 year old watch on right now and have done since 6.30am, an hour in the gym, reading emails and I'm on 40% exactly

All cells degrade, that's fact, but spouting half a day is just utter rubbish
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