Basically under Australian Consumer laws with reference to Statutory Remedies, a major failure occurs when
Goods ARE NOTreasonably fit for a purpose disclosed, either expressly or by implication, and relied upon by the consumer;
Weight management is a pre sale function of the watch, for the reason why many consumers purchased the watch in the first place.
Under the ACL, amajor failurewill occur where:
The goods would not have been acquired by a reasonable consumer if they were aware of the issue;
There is a significant departure from the supply description, or sample or demonstration model;
If one of the following occurs which cannot be remedied easily within a reasonable time:
The goods are substantially unfit for their purpose; or
The goods are unfit for a disclosed purpose made known prior to acquisition.
Samsung has returned my two watches three times from their service department stating that the watches are operating within Samsung's specifications.
What that informs me is that I have taken good care of both watches. So no user fault is proven three times. However Samsung completely ignores Australian Consumer Law and is not providing a remedy of either fixing the problem or issuing a refund.
I urge people before purchasing watches from Samsung to understand what they are buying into as Samsung has repeatedly shown to change the pre-sale purpose of both watches as a stand alone Weight management tool and refuse a customer their rights under ACL.
I hope that people who would consider purchasing anything from any company that if for example be it an electric car with a electronic fuel gauge that is later removed after a firmware update. Then the customer purchasing the car should be concerned. So buyer be aware please.