Add a battery health field to the trade in items for capacity and cycles
Currently I have to put a note of the battery health in the description. I think it would be better to have a dedicated field for this the same as Colour / capacity etc.
James Fenton commented
Sure, adding a battery health field to the trade-in items can provide valuable information about the condition of the battery being traded in. This can help the seller to accurately evaluate the value of the battery just like the Facebook marketplace allows to sell locally and provide a fair price to the buyer.
To include a battery health field, the following information could be collected:
Capacity: This is the maximum amount of charge the battery can hold. It is usually measured in milliampere-hours (mAh) or watt-hours (Wh). The capacity of a battery decreases over time as it goes through charging and discharging cycles.
Cycles: This refers to the number of times the battery has been charged and discharged. Each cycle reduces the battery's capacity and can also affect its overall health.
Health: This is a measure of the battery's overall condition, taking into account its capacity and cycles. It could be expressed as a percentage, with 100% indicating a brand-new battery and lower percentages indicating decreasing levels of health.
By including a battery health field, buyers can have a better understanding of the condition of the battery they are purchasing, and sellers can accurately evaluate the value of the battery they are trading in.
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