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Thanks for adding that bit of information. It may help others, assuming it is correct.

To put it in context, all the mobile alerts have rechargeable batteries, and the time between charges is what is most relevant, and we think that is an important differentiator.

The time at which the battery needs replacing is an interesting piece of data. We think it would be important to compare how this differs from product vendor to product vendor befor deciding what is good and what is bad, and we have not done that.

The framing of your comment makes it sound like the overall lifetime of the battery in the Philips product is somehow a bad thing. The right question to ask is how this compares with the competitors. I note you dont mention that at all. I think you should do that before drawing any conclusions.