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Adam, FWIW, when I first got my Sea Pro, it also did the same thing. I think maybe it takes a bit to get it to full reserve capacity. Now, I find that it just about makes it for roughly 40 hours when not on my wrist - which is rare. It varies from time to time (no pun intended) but is usually pretty consistent. Wear it running, if you're so inclined, and I think you'll find it to keep ticking for right around 40 hours +/-.