Well now m charging it, has reached 75% of the value, max value I suppose. But that’s true I don’t know how long it’s been empty. The watch otherwise works fine all mode functional. But I don’t want a watch with a defective battery. Yes I can return the watch for any reason here. But from the vendor I bought the window is 2 days. Which ends Tom. On charging from morning till now 10 in night with a strong light. Reached from empty to 75%. Till now.Send it back to the seller. Do not charge it. You don’t know how long it’s stood with an empty battery.
It is still charging I can return it tom. That would be last. As I said earlier it has charged fine from zero to 75% till now and still charging all modes work fine.So, if the watch was made in 2018... and the battery was depleted over 18 - 24 months in deep sleep mode (inside the box), I can't imagine there being a problem. That would mean the battery may have been empty for several months. No biggie. The shelf life of a new battery is 10 years, FWIW. I'd bet this battery will charge right up and last for many years.
Charge that bad boy up and enjoy it worry-free!
Will definitely consider it. But as I have time I am charging it.Return policies in other countries are not as lenient as in the US. There's only a very short period of time allotted for you to return something you deem defective, and unlike in the US, you can't return the item just because you don't like it or need it anymore.
@Malay Dixit I would suggest to return the item for a watch with some charge on it. I don't know about the return policies in India, but it's better to be safe than sorry.