hardreign_2011
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Overcharging

Just have a bose soundlink on ear headphone, just worried since I left it charging for few minutes after full charge. Will it affect or damage the battery? 

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Vicky_W
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Re: Overcharging

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@hardreign_2011. Your headphones won't be damaged, no. 

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Re: Overcharging

@hardreign_2011When Bose or about any chargeable entity gets fully charged, it either reduces the draw to a trickle or stops drawing completely.  On my various Bose USB charging products, I can use a "powerjive" device (got it on Amazon) in the middle to measure the 'draw'.  I have always seen when the device is fully charged, the draw is 0 amps.

 

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Re: Overcharging

Thanks. But it doesn't damage battery right?

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Re: Overcharging

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@hardreign_2011. Your headphones won't be damaged, no. 

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