I replaced the battery on my MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014), after over 2200 cycles, with a new one I bought off aliexpress. I made sure to buy the most expensive version, in order to avoid issues, I paid 75$ for a "NOHON" battery with good reviews.
While I was inside I extradited a ton of dust bunnies, with the result of the macbook now being very quite and seemingly faster. It now probably uses less electricity than before.
I checked coconut battery and it says that the battery is in good condition.
However, it seems to me, that the battery is losing a lot of charge very fast. Only minutes after unplugging with 100% the battery is already at 97%. About two hours cost me almost half the battery.
When I bought this notebook, it would basically go almost the whole day without recharge.
Since I know, that there frequently are issues with these replacement batteries, how can I check if the battery has any? Is there anything more I can do apart from checking the health, which only says "good"?
I didn't bother calibrating the battery, because from what I read, unibody batteries don't need that. I did however charge it fully and leave it plugged in for hours after it was charged.
The data I have access to now: