Battery life is the amount of time your device will last before needing to be recharged. Battery lifespan is the amount of time your battery lasts before it needs to be replaced. Follow these simple tips to maximize your long-term battery lifespan to get the most out of your TickTalk. We have multiple ways to help maximize the long-term battery lifespan:
- Do not allow the battery to fully deplete. When you notice your TickTalk battery is low, plug it in as soon as possible. If you consistently allow the battery to drain completely, over time the watch battery will degrade and will not hold its charge.
- Don’t leave your battery fully depleted for long periods of time. When the watch battery is left dead for long periods, it makes it difficult for the battery to hold a charge in the future. Charge your TickTalk to 50% and then turn off for long-term storage--this is easier on the battery than charging to 100% or letting it drain to 0% before storing. Try to turn on the watch to charge every few months to top the battery to 50% for maximized battery lifetime.
- Avoid extreme temperatures. Like many batteries, the TickTalk battery shouldn't be exposed to extreme heat or cold. Temperatures over 95°F/35°C or in extreme cold can permanently damage the battery by decreasing its capacity. TickTalk’s battery comfort zone lies between 62°-72°F/16°-22°C.
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