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My iPads get heavy use too. In fact we use iPads as document distribution for things we build and design. They are amazing for this ( good reader)   but they are plugged in enough while not being used, and simply not charged 7 nights a week, habitually like you do. The watch is strapped to my wrist - so its not going to get plugged in to something as frequently - if you can deal with charging a watch nightly - great - many people will dislike the pain.
Rocket science isn't that difficult to comprehend - now rocket engineering can get pretty tricky...I think I can just about grasp that routines would have to change, they WOULD, thats obvious (not being rocket science and all) but my point is that having to do that to something strapped to your wrist, and having to take a charger every time you travelled is a big pain in the ass.I believe Apple will NOT ship, until that can get several days of moderate use between...
pebble steel - I do not charge every nightsony NEX / Nikon cameras I do not charge every night,  
NO - Everyone does NOT do it with every battery device they own. Thats an absurd statement. Does everyone even on this forum charge their iPad every night? I have a lot of battery (chargeable) devices - most do NOT need an overnight charge.Worse is having to take off something strapped to my wrist to charge every night.
Not convinced at all. Many people don't charge their phones every night - I for example have it plugged in (charging / syncing ...) a lot during the day at work, and in the car when I travel. At weekend I charge at night.If Apple can get 2 or 3 days (modest usage) then fine, requiring nightly charge - not fine.
right but its not charged. Don't forget to take the charger with you when you stay overnight anywhere. As daily pebble steel user ( useful at what it does for me) I would pay double if it lasted 2 weeks instead of 4 days. 
I agree with your second sentence.Notwithstanding - and time may prove me correct, but nightly charging is hardly a feature. Its a PAIN, and will (in the unlikely event Apple actually releases it that way) result in lowered sales, and buyers remorse when they end up leaving it unused in a drawer
I dont - i use my iPad Ir frequently through the day, and evening, ( i have a couple) and I don't need to charge them nightly.When I go on a couple of day business trip, i too take my cordless toothbrush, but i don't need to take the charger.nightly charging of the watch would be ( & I doubt apple will let it happen) a reason that many people will either not buy, or buy, then neglect it in a draw after the novelty wears off
What on earth has that go to do with having to charge something strapped to your wrist every night?
Im impressed so far with the watch - & i expect Apple will keep working to get the between charges to several days. Otherwise, I for one will be deterred.What kind of BUM is going to sleep with watch on ? You really said that - I sleep with my watch on, so do many other people. and we are not bums - you think 10 seconds for the routine ???? ( take it off, charge it in 10 seances or less - WOW
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