Question. I recently purchased a solar g-shock that was completely dead, I've been constantly charging it under a desk lamp for the past couple days, and putting it in sunlight here and there, when I can. I know the sunlight will charge it up faster (it's currently on a medium charge and proabably will be for a while) My question is, when I have outside in the sun, sitting charging, on the window sill of an open window, the watch gets substantially hotter than if I having charging under a lamp. How long of a period of time can I have the watch outide or on the window sill, before it's too long, and I can do damage to the watch?? (keep in mind it's about 80degrees/very sunny where I am) I've heard about people frying their watches because they left them out in the sun too long, and I want to avoid that obviously.