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What would be the consensus, of a solar watch in a big rotation; so that, it would be sitting, getting fully discharged, sometimes even for months; then charged, used for a few days, then back into into sitting, for an undetermined amount of time.

Figure, used maybe two to three times per year; sometimes for just a few days, the rest of the time, sitting and getting fully discharged, then even up to a few months later, charged and used for a few days... and so on...


 

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Not a good idea to let it fully discharge, but they are easy to keep topped up. I have one that I don't wear very often anymore and I just put it in the sun or on a windowsill occasionally. It doesn't take much light - 5 hours in the sun will give a solar watch a full 6 months of charge (on average).
 
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