I'm not going to make any grand claims here. I was just slightly burned. I took the watch off the charger, and immediately upon resting it on my wrist, I heard sort of a slight click and a quick pain. Upon reflexively throwing the watch, I found a small red mark with a white mark in the shape of the watch head surrounding it. There is a very small red mark still, 10 minutes later - the size of a mosquito bite. The skin is raised but doesn't hurt. So, I'm not claiming injury or trying to ride some sort of hysteria regarding that guy who claimed the watch almost burned his hand off. What I'd like to know is how this could've happened. The watch wasn't hot 20 seconds afterward, not even sure it was hot at the initial touch. I don't believe my wrist was wet (it shouldn't have been). Could this still have been some sort of shock? I had the watch on my skin within seconds of taking it off the charge - is this a no-no for inductive charging? Wondering and strongly believing the watch is fine, it was just some sort of environmental condition/fluke that allowed this to happen. And before I get attacked as a liar/opportunist/Google shill (inevitable, I know), I do have pictures that I'd just prefer not to post. Hopefully my post history will speak for itself regarding any agenda. TIA!