I upgraded from the series 1 to the series 4 in October. I was expecting a massive increase in battery life. Everything I’ve read points to approximately double battery life (especially because the series 1 battery was already aging). Honestly, I don’t think the battery life is any better than my series 1... At first I thought maybe it was an anomaly, but I have been continually disappointed with it. Note that I sleep with my watch so I don’t charge it overnight. But I’ve been doing this for about 3 years. I’ve speculated that perhaps I just charge it less, because I am expecting better battery life.... but I am really starting to doubt that hypothesis. For example, last night I charged my Apple Watch to 95% before going to bed. Didn’t charge any this morning. I worked out for about 1.5 hours over lunch while listening to (downloaded) podcasts on my Apple Watch. At 1pm I get the 10% battery notification. I turn on theater mode. 2pm it’s 5%. I turn on airplane mode. Aside from my workout I really haven’t used it for anything at all today. Haven’t been getting notifications, messing around with it, or anything. I’m sure the listening to podcasts from it played a large role in this, but 90% decrease in 17 hours where I wasn’t using it outside of that 1.5 hours seems awfully bad... What kinds of experiences do you all have with battery life? Any suggestions to help? I’ve calibrated it a few times, restarted numerous times. When I first got it I set it up as new, so it shouldn’t have had weird issues from backup. Of course I could always try to set up as new again, but I don’t know how much that will do. Do you think there’s any way for Apple to check the battery and maybe even do a swap if it’s bad?